1. Film as an Educational Tool
Why is film such an engaging medium in the classroom? How can it be used effectively as a learning resource? We will discuss successful examples of how film can be implemented in your own context.
2. Foundation Film Theory
Every successful film has a structure: even a 10-second sketch has a beginning, middle and end, and uses visual grammar to get its message across. Learn to analyse films and understand the important elements that will make your own projects more effective.
5. Showcase and Feedback
The final session allows each participant to show their final film, get valuable feedback from the tutors and group, and reflect on the learning process and their further development.
Now the footage needs to be turned into a final film. Learn the basics of editing and bring the footage to life. After the editing workshop, the editing of each participant’s personal film continues in his or her own time, during which the editing tutor will be available to give advice via email.
3. Practical Skills and Knowledge
The idea of making a film can be intimidating: a solid grounding in basic practices demystifies the process and gives confidence. Guidance is also given for each participant’s personal film proposal. Key practical steps covered include:
Script, storyboard, schedule;
Camera, Sound, Lighting;