Students use summer camp film lessons in everyday life

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From a TV studio to the classroom, one group of Bronx students are using what they learned at summer camp and applying it to everyday life. From a TV studio to the classroom, one group of Bronx students are using what they learned at summer camp and applying it to everyday life.

From a TV studio to the classroom, one group of Bronx students are using what they learned at summer camp and applying it to everyday life.

Kids First Film Critic Boot Camp is run by HITN, a television station based in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

"Most people just think that when you go to interview someone, it's just holding a microphone and asking questions," Genesis Flores says. "But no, there is a lot more to it. From the camera work, where you hold the microphone, what hand you place it in."

On Wednesday HITN debuted a new reel that highlights everything the students achieved during their summer at camp.

The students say the most important thing they learned, is to continue to go after their dreams.

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