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Film Challenge Club (Ages 7-9)
Practice your filmmaking skills with fun weekly film challenges and discussions
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Filmmaking is a craft, an art form, a mode of expression. The only way to get good at anything is to practice. In this class you will receive weekly film challenges to help you enhance, understand, experiment and learn the craft of filmmaking. Every week students will be given a challenge to make a 60 second (or less) film that must follow certain rules. The rules will vary from week to week. The following are a few examples of the weekly rules: Film challenge rule - Include an animal...
Students will gain confidence and knowledge in making films, become better communicators and learn their style of expression through filmmaking.
I have been a substitute teacher for six years for pre-k to high school students in all subjects. I am an avid movie fan and love all things film related. I have been an actor and filmmaker for the past seven years and enjoy teaching young people about the movie industry.
Every week students will have the option to participate in a weekly challenge where they must film and edit a short film that is 60 seconds or less. They will show their film in class every week.
In order to participate in the optional film challenges, the student should have a phone, tablet, camera or device that will allow the student to film a 60 second video.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Ashley DavidsonJoy and inspiration are my superpowers
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481 completed classes
Hello, my name is Ashley Davidson and I love working with kids! To be able to encourage, inspire and further kids on an educational level is a privilege, an honor and just a ton of fun! I am passionate about education and enjoy a great many...