Learn Adventure Filmmaking from the Pros

Mar 18, 2010
Outside Magazine

You love adventure. What if you also love film? Learn how to merge those two passions in one of the upcoming Serac Adventure Film Schools, where you'll study directly with Michael Brown, Serac's founder. See an example of a student film, above, made by Sam Bricker during the Outside Serac Adventure Film School this past October.

If you want to learn adventure filmmaking abroad, check out the Mount Kenya film school, July 5 to 17, when you can be part of producing the documentary One Subject, Two Hearts, Five Perspectives. You'll follow heart-transplant recipient Kelly Perkins as she attempts to summit.

You can also go to Bhutan June 14 to 25, where you can trek, raft, mountain bike, and experience the local culture as you create your film.

And if you're looking for something closer to home, check out the Teva Mountain Games film school, June 2 to 9 in Vail, Colorado, when you can get up close and personal with the athletes. It's the most popular offering, so book a spot while you still can.

--Aileen Torres


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