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Filmmaking 101 - So You Wanna Make a Movie? (Kids)
This 7-week flexible class will introduce learners to the various roles and tasks required in a real movie production, allowing them to practise some of the skills themselves!
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Every week, learners will be introduced to a new aspect of how films are made. They will be introduced to the different roles involved in making a film and get to try out those skills themselves. They will be given hands on tasks to practise their new skills and knowledge, while getting started on their journey to discovering their own questions and style along the way. Each skill will be presented in a cumulative fashion so that the previous skill and industry role builds on the previous...
Students will learn, in detail, the many steps involved in making a film, including the different roles that work together, while giving them a chance to practise the skills themselves.
After graduating from the University of Toronto Peace and Conflict Studies program, Ms. Shiren continued her studies in Film Production at the Toronto Film School and later at the New York Film Academy in Los Angeles. She has worked in the film industry for over ten years in various capacities, and understands the medium and the industry intimately. She has also mentored youth previously in this industry.
Learners will be working on assignments throughout the course related to each week and may also have the opportunity to collaborate with their "industry peers".
Learners are required to have access to some form of camera, such as the camera on a smartphone or tablet, as long it is also equipped with a video format. Learners will practise on editing software, but free online versions can be provided for those without access to their own. Learners may want to take notes throughout the class, and are encouraged to keep all of their notes on both the class and their project in one place. It is always encouraged to have a project notebook.
Assessment will take place through feedback on assignments and creative and peer feedback will be provided for individual learner tasks. Please advise ahead of time if you would like a grade to be assigned to your learner.
No live meetings, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Your Teacher of African Diaspora Studies and Languages (French, Spanish, English and some Mandarin)
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
33 total reviews
62 completed classes
I am a graduate of the University of Toronto Peace and Conflict Studies program (now Peace, Conflict and Justice), with a specialization in African Studies, and minors in Spanish and East Asian Studies. In addition to Spanish and Mandarin Chinese,...