Following a successful three-year sojourn utilizing facilities elsewhere, the popular Indie Filmmaker's Bootcamp is returning
to Alliant International University's San Diego campus, where it debuted to critical raves and capacity enrollment in 2003.
In what is anticipated to be a long-term commitment, the move signals the further commitment to media arts education
opportunities by AIU's Center for Undergraduate Education.
IFB director and AIU Filmmaker in Residence Michael Steven Gregory heralded the announcement. "We're very excited to be
conducting the next bootcamp at AIU. Beyond the beauty of the campus and wide variety of locations available for shooting
a movie, participants coming in from across the country now have affordable lodging available to them, on campus and within
walking distance, which is essential after working 16 or 18 hours on the shoot and having only a two- or three-hour break
before starting all over again."
For more information about the IFB, a total immersion program in which aspiring filmmakers make a quality short film in
nine days — from concept to rough cut — under the guidance of Hollywood professionals, visit The American Academy of Arts
(www.AAArts.com) or Indie Filmmaker's Bootcamp (www.IndieFilmmakersBootcamp.com).
WHAT: Indie Filmmaker's Bootcamp
WHEN: June 23–July 1, 2007
WHERE: Alliant International University
10455 Pomerado Road
San Diego, CA 92131-1799
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