Traditionally, horror films are written and directed by and for men. In 2018, the 50th anniversary of Night of the Living Dead, this two-week intensive camp invites high schoolers who identify as female to reimagine the genre. Students will receive instruction in the history of horror cinema and in basic filmmaking techniques. Then, instructors who also work in the field as professional filmmakers and horror writers will guide students through the process of writing, shooting and editing a short horror film. The final product will be presented as part of Pittsburgh’s celebration of George Romero and Night of the Living Dead in October.