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TEDxSpokane: Tales of a Teenage Filmmaker | Zachary Maxwell
If you are looking to make change in your community you can learn a lot from this talk. This teenage film maker can give you insight on how to make significant change from behind the lens of a camera. Zachary Maxwell is a fourteen-year-old documentary filmmaker from New York City. His award-winning films “Yuck!” and “Anatomy of a Snow Day” have drawn international media coverage. His films and workshops encourage young people to use creativity as a method of civic engagement and a way to spark meaningful change in one’s community. Zac’s talk will be about young people effecting change in the government. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Instead of only watching and playing, encourage kids to make, code, and craft their own content.
By Christine Elgersma 1/24/2018
During a typical day, kids and teens check out YouTube, watch TV, play video games, scroll through social media feeds, and listen to music. Overall, they're passive consumers of the content they love -- which is fine. But with a little nudging -- and the right tools -- they can be using that time to build creative skills while sharing their stories, opinions, and...
Continue your Film School education online with our extensive online resources that cover the many demands and skills required of aspiring and working filmmakers. From in-depth articles looking at the current realities of the film industry, insightful Q&A’s and interviews, and helpful how-to guides, you will find the answer to your many filmmaking questions.
Nigerian teens make sci-fi films with smartphones
In a compound in Nigeria's north-western state of Kaduna, Godwin Josiah and his cousins hang green fabric on a gate as they get ready to shoot a movie scene. Using a smartphone and a tripod made from a broken microphone stand, they start. A blower generates air and buffets the actor who, in the film, will be flying through the air. These days, sci-fi films are made using sophisticated software. But the films created by these boys use everyday, recycled items and their works have catapulted the… READ MORE : http://www.africanews.com/2019/08/14/...
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By Andrew McIntosh
You would like to play a game with the kids, but you’re not quite sure what to do with the camera. Then you remember this article. You remember it because we are about to list six great ways to combine kids, camcorders and fun. Along the way, we’ll share tips to help you make kids feel more comfortable under the gaze of the lens.
Home Video Idea #1:The Disappearing Act
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Film Making Basics: Everything you need to know in 8 minutes!
RETRO TECH: CAMCORDER
The JVC GR-C1 Camcorder was the first all-in-one handheld video camera. I trace the history of homemade videos back to the release of this iconic piece of tech and shows how its popularity led to the videos we watch on YouTube today. Fellow YouTube creator Casey Neistat shows me how to film and edit videos on this piece of retro tech. Spoiler alert: It’s not easy.
Kids Guide to Making Movies | Seat Up | Beginner's Guide
Lights! Camera! Action! Seeing a movie used to mean going to the theater, buying a ticket for a seat, and watching a movie on a huge screen.
Film project for kids
A Montreal filmmaker is creating a film by kids, for kids, about human rights. The film will be featured at the United Nations Association Film Festival this fall in Montreal. Iman Kassam has the story.
HOW TO MAKE A VIDEO! FILM & EDIT TIPS FOR KIDS!
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How to Help Your Kids Make Amazing Movies on Tablets and ...
Are your kids interested in making movies? Help them take their videos to the next level with these tips and tricks.
Steven Spielberg's Advice to Kids Who Want To Make Movies
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8 Best Video Editing Apps for Kids
These video editing apps engage kids to write narratives, create storyboards, organize productions, and collaborate with peers, all of these being concepts that kids are encouraged to learn in school.
It's not uncommon for kids to use tablets or phones to create videos, creating stunning videos that are compelling, well-produced, innovative, truly social, and/or something worth sharing with the world isn’t so easy.
Making videos is a natural medium for this generation of students. Using video creation apps can really spice up the classroom and take the pressure off as a teacher. Having students make their own videos helps them to be in charge of their own learning. As an added bonus, using videos in the classroom helps school get just a little closer to a kid's real life.
The All-American High School Film Festival is the premiere showcase for talented high school filmmakers and media arts enthusiasts from around the world. Our mission is to connect the filmmakers of the future with the rewards, respect, and recognition they deserve. Each year, in the heart of New York City, we present the world's largest high school film festival. We offer a grand stage for the next generation of talented filmmakers where they can: screen their amazing creations, learn from top industry professionals, connect with the latest technology, explore myriad higher education opportunities, receive scholarships and technology prizes, and, perhaps most importantly, create a community of shared passions and lifelong relationships. Submit to the All American High School Film Festival! www.hsfilmfest.com
2019 All American High School Film Festival Highlight Reel
Our 2019 Festival was our biggest yet. 2020, here we come! Submit your film today for a chance to be an Official Selection in our 2020 Festival. See your film on the big screen in the busiest movie theater in America! Submit YOUR film NOW: www.hsfilmfest.com/submit Follow and subscribe for more content and updates: Instagram/Twitter/Facebook: @hsfilmfest #AAHSFF2020
Explore classroom filmmaking with this video playlist of resources for teachers and students.
I'll admit I'm a bit biased here since I'm a filmmaker by trade, but I truly believe the process of planning and making videos can offer tremendous learning opportunities for students of almost any age. Not only is the idea of telling stories with video really engaging for many kids, filmmaking is ripe with opportunities to connect to almost every academic subject area. As the technology to shoot and edit films becomes more ubiquitous, where is a teacher with no experience...
Anyone who grew up before the Digital Age remembers that filmmaking for kids was nothing more than a dream. Reel to reel film was a magical technology that required expensive equipment, projectors, film development. Maybe one day we would grow up to be Alfred Hitchcock, but, in the meantime, all we could do is pretend to make movies.Today, a ten year old can create multiple short films in one day using a smart device and editing apps. It is amazing! As parents, teachers, and homeschoolers...
Tech Education is Our Tradition
Born on the campus of Stanford University in 1999 and given accreditation by Stanford University Continuing Studies in 2002, Digital Media Academy has been designing, developing, and delivering STEM education to students of all ages ever since. From day one, we have set out to provide world-class tech education that sets students up for future success in learning and creating.
The Ultimate Guide to Filmmaking for Kids - iOgrapher
Tell a Story. Urge them to film it and create a storyline. Filmmaking helps children to pay attention to details and appreciate that small things can be big with a different perspective.
Adventures in Filmmaking - Digital Media Academy
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Filmmaking tips for Children - Telling your story through video
Telling your story through video. These are some tips for making films in particular for children interested in making films on topics that are interesting for them. It has been created with content filmed by children that are part of the ChildFund Connect Program. For more information on ChildFund Connect you can visit www.childfundconnect.org. ChildFund Connect is partly funded by Australian Aid, managed by ChildFund Australia on behalf of AusAID For more information on ChildFund Australia you can visit www.childfund.org.au
Film Making Process
How to Teach Screenwriting to Kids - ScreenCraft
Ken Miyamoto offers simple ways that parents and teachers can teach screenwriting to children of all ages.
Writing a screenplay - Mensa for Kids
This lesson guides children through the fundamentals of format required to write an actual movie screenplay. Guiding Questions. What are the key features of a ...
The Complete Guide to Screenwriting for Children's Film ...
The Complete Guide to Screenwriting for Children's Film & Television - Kindle ... Animation Writing and Development: From Script Development to Pitch (Focal ...
Screenplays: Crash Course Film Production #1
If you want to make a movie, generally you're going to want to start with a script. In this episode of Crash Course Film Production, Lily Gladstone talks about the basics of screenplays and how to get started thinking about and actually writing your movie.
How to Pitch a Movie Idea and Sell Your Script With Style
Learn how to pitch a movie idea like a professional screenwriter and give your ... Using screenplay pitch examples and our step-by-step guide. ... This group of kids are funny, upbeat and athletic all in their different ways, but ...
7 Keys to a Great Pitch - Script Magazine
Learn how to pitch your project in a way that succinctly, emotionally and ... my screenplay WHERE'S MY KID? is about a single parent who must ...
Pitching and Pre-Production: Crash Course Film Production #2
Pitching your movie to people can be hard. A studio, a friend, your mom... each of these entities will have different stressed and give you different results. But, what's important in a pitch? And what happens after the pitch? How do you get your movie ready to film? In this episode of Crash Course Film Production, Lily gives us some advice on both.
A storyboard is a graphic organizer that consists of illustrations or images displayed in sequence for the purpose of pre-visualising a motion picture, animation, motion graphic or interactive media sequence. Wikipedia
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1. Launch Canva on your desktop or through the mobile app. Sign up for Canva using your email, Facebook or Google or log in if you’re already a user. Search for the “Storyboard” to get started.
2. Find storyboard templates for every theme. Narrow down your search by adding keywords that fit what you’re looking for. Many storyboard templates come with several pages, including illustration and speech bubble sets.
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Intro to Storyboarding
Storyboarding is all about clear communication of your vision. Storyboards can help you construct your film, plan your shots and your edit, and visually communicate what you want to the rest of your team.
How to draw A-grade storyboards (even if you can't draw!) | Media studies tutorial
In this video I share how to storyboard for coursework in media or film studies. I offer two ways of doing this depending on your artistic skill - both examples follow the same rules.
Storyboarding Film, Videos ...
Storyboarding your short films, movie, or YouTube video has never been easier. This software has a storyboard template and is great for buisness videos & film ...
The Filmmaker's Army: Crash Course Film Production #3
Who does what on a film set? And how many of them are there? What is HMU? What is a Scripty? In this episode of Crash Course Film Production, Lily gives us A BIG OVERVIEW on the Production Team. Who they are, who they report to, and why they're important.
Dissecting The Camera: Crash Course Film Production #4
Sometimes the most intimidating part of making a movie is that little box of concentrated technology called "The Camera." But, FEAR NOT! In this episode of Crash Course Film Production, Lily helps us dissect the basics of modern movie cameras so you can have an easier time getting started... hopefully!
Sound Production: Crash Course Film Production #5
Good sound is easy to miss because, usually, you're not paying attention to it. You're just simply, "in the story." But, sound recordists and engineers need to have a lot of technical know how as well as an instinct for story to help immerse us in the world of the film. In today's episode, Lily talks to us about Sound Production.
Producers: Crash Course Film Production #6
So... what do Producers even do? It's a hard question to answer because there are so many different kinds of producers on a movie. In this episode of Crash Course Film Production, Lily Gladstone talks us through the different kinds of producers and what they do in the movies.
The Director: Crash Course Film Production #7
So... what do Directors even do? That's not an easy question to answer but today Lily will do her best. Generally, directors are the driving creative force behind a movie, deciding what kind of cinematic world the story will take place in, how the performances will fit into that, and how the camera will capture that world. But, there's a lot more to discuss on this episode of Crash Course Film Production.
The Cinematographer: Crash Course Film Production #8
Who takes the pictures in a movie? Who is responsible for making a movie look good, or creating meaning with light and shadow, or make an action scene clear and thrilling? A lot of the time, that's the job of the cinematographer. In this episode of Crash Course Film Production, Lily Gladstone talks to us about the role of the Cinematographer, their tools, and what they do on set.
Designing the World of Film: Crash Course Film Production #9
Literally, ‘mise-en-scene’ means “placing on stage.” But in film, mise-en-scene encompasses everything the camera is capturing. The artists and crafts-people who work in Production Design, Wardrobe, and Hair and Makeup are responsible for setting the stage of a film and making sure the characters fit on that stage. In this episode of Crash Course Film Production, Lily talks us through the roles involved in designing the world of a film.
Grip and Electric: Crash Course Film Production #10
It's time to look at some of the most under-sung heroes of the film world, Grip and Electric. Doing everything from setting up dollies and tripods, to helping the cinematographer shape the light with flags and silks, the Grips are there to make it work properly. And when working with electricity (as pretty much ever film set does) you need experienced technicians to make sure you are doing it safely and that you'll have the power you'll need. Which is where the Electric department comes in.
Special Effects: Crash Course Film Production #11
Chances are, when you hear the phrase "Special Effects," you may have images pop into your mind. The Hulk smashing a city, a lightsaber fight, or maybe an alien world. But effects can be much more subtle and have been around really since the beginning of filmmaking. In this episode of Crash Course Film Production, Lily Gladstone talks about the basics of special effects.
13 Best Video Editing Tips for Beginners - 42 West, the ...
Are you a beginner in video editing? Here are a few tips that might prove to be useful the next time you edit your videos.
Basic Editing Principles for Filmmakers - Learn About Film
Tips for editing your film or short video so it keeps the audience's attention and makes the story clear.
13 Best Video Editing Tips for Beginners - 42 West, the ...
Are you a beginner in video editing? Here are a few tips that might prove to be useful the next time you edit your videos.
The Editor: Crash Course Film Production #12
The Editor is yet another unsung hero in the filmmaking process. For a century of film history, Editors have taken raw footage and worked to transform it into a cohesive whole. Basically making one thing from many. But, how do they do it? In this episode of Crash Course Film Production, Lily walks us through the editor's process and talks about some of the guidelines different editors use to make movies great!
Stop Motion Videos
How to Make Stop Motion Videos
Stop motion is actually a really easy thing that everyone could integrate into their videos. Here, I start out with a broad overview of where you could start and then where you could end up. I also provide a really easy way that everyone can create great stop motion videos for cheap! If you want to test out this technique, it'll probably take you about 3 hours to do your first one. The cost is ... free if you have an iPhone. Music I Used In This Video (+ You get 2 Months Free and help support the channel ) - https://tinyurl.com/wzhvc2u If you want 52 Things to start on right now to improve your filmmaking and photography - we have videos on them all here: http://www.untamedscience.com/blog/52... A big thanks to all current and future patrons who are helping fund this science and filmmaking outreach via Patreon: http://bit.ly/2Sfmkph Don’t forget to follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/untamedscie...
How to make a Stop-Motion Basic Tutorial
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What Is Stop Motion Animation and How Does It Work? | Mashable Explains
Stop motion is an animation technique that's been around for over 100 years, so you're probably familiar with at least a few stop motion films. But do you know how it's done? Here are the basics. What else would you like to know? Mashable Explains it all: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5srU... Written and hosted by Alisa Stern Filmed and edited by Armand Valdes
How to Film Lego Stop Motion
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The BEST way to make a TIME-LAPSE!
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Filmmaking Tips and Advice for Young Aspiring Filmmakers
We discuss story lighting, acting, cameras, production, editing and Filmmaking resources. principals of drama https://youtu.be/sWbZZdmSCD8
189 Useful Videos for Filmmakers and Video Creators
Here are 189 videos filmmakers and video creators may find useful. I'd be impressed if someone watched the whole video! Its real use is in the video description to find what you need. Get your free assets, files, courses, and more here: https://bit.ly/BFMUniversityMain #basicfilmmaker #useful #videos Due to YouTube constraints, I was unable to fit all the 189 video descriptions and links here. They can be found directly on my Blog with no blah-blah. :) https://www.basicfilmmakeruniversity....
Easy Filmmaking Project For Kids
Kids are natural story tellers. Let them tell their story by using their favorite toys! All you need is a smart phone or iPad, some toys, we downloaded the free app OSnap! and some creativity! If your kids create a video, I would ABSOLUTELY LOVE to see it! I adore seeing creativity! Tag me on social
Kids React and Corridor Digital!
The Fine Bros made a Kids React featuring our work, and it got us thinking about how valuable it is to have feedback for our work!
Kids React to Corridor Digital
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10 Tips For Kids Who Want to Be Filmmakers! : FRIDAY 101
This week's video links: Filmmaking Tips: Becoming a Film Director: http://youtu.be/djWMl3ACHfo Kevin Smith - Great Filmmaking Advice: http://youtu.be/WL-PRLEM3To Ken Burns' Advice to a Young Filmmaker: http://youtu.be/eBzwPvCa62o On this week's episode, Russell addresses the many, MANY young viewers who write in to our email, or ask us during the live show, "I want to be a filmmaker; What do I do?" If you have a question, are seeking advice (FILMMAKING advice, Russ is NOT, in fact, a licensed therapist), or were just wondering about anything at all film or video related, send an email to: FRIDAY101MAIL@Gmail.com Or tweet Russell @RussellRules, hashtag: #Friday101 Even quick, simple questions will do.
How to Start a Short Film Project
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In 16 episodes, Craig Benzine will teach you about film history! This course is based on an introductory college level curriculum, with A History of Narrative Film by David A. Cook as its reference text. By the end of the course, you will be able to: * Understand that cinema is an illusion and how our brains make meaning out of still images placed side-by-side in rapid succession * Discuss the birth of the moving picture and the innovations that made sound and color possible * Explain how the studio system rose to power and then collapsed * Contextualize the many uses of film around the globe, including as propaganda
Movies are Magic: Crash Course Film History #1
Well, they're not really "magic." Maybe "illusion" is a better way to say it. As we begin this journey of the history of cinema, we need to understand how movies trick our brains into even understanding that a movie is a movie. In this episode of Crash Course Film History, Craig takes us down the road of the very first inventors of motion pictures. Produced in collaboration with PBS Digital Studios: http://youtube.com/pbsdigitalstudios Want to know more about Craig? https://www.youtube.com/user/wheezywa... The Latest from PBS Digital Studios: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...
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