Reel Camps

The Reel Camp is a one-week long filmmaking program where participants, working with real equipment, write, direct, edit, and produce a short film on social justice issues. The Reel Camp for Girls is a brave, safe and creative space and time where girls (cis/trans), femmes, non-binary, gender-fluid and gender-queer youth and any other youth outside the gender binary  unleash their creativity, build confidence, and initiate a long-term individual transformational journey from passive recipients of content that others create, to active creators and makers of their own stories - stories that need to be heard and seen. 

Register Now to Our Upcoming Summer Programs

A week-long filmmaking program to learn about social justice issues, the skills and tools of filmmaking, and make media that matters.

About the Registration Process

All programs are for girls(cis/trans), femmes, non-binary, gender-fluid and gender-queer youth and any other youth outside the gender binary. Age 12-19.

  1. Please have the following available at the time of registration: a valid address that is owned by you and your guardian/emergency contact name and phone number.

  2. Click on the registration link to sign-up for the class you are interested in. A new browser window or tab will open with the registration form.

  3. Complete the registration form by entering all the required fields. Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

  4. Click submit and you are all set! A seat in the course will be reserved for you immediately, and you will receive an email confirmation at the email address provided in the form. 

  5. Please email aloha@hawaiiwomeninfilmmaking.org if you have any questions about your registration.

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Youth Mental Wellness Reel Camp

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Environmental Justice Reel Camp

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Reproductive Justice Reel Camp

Past Programs by Year

We have offered youth filmmaking programs since 2012.