Mobile Workshops are short term (3-part), hands-on, learning experiences focused on a “deep-dive” into a specific element of digital production (i.e. screenwriting, cinematography, animation). The workshops provide up to 30 students and teachers of all ages with project based learning to increase quality digital storytelling taught by creative professionals.
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Mobile Workshops provide students and teachers of all ages with project based learning to increase quality digital storytelling.
- Format: Three, 90 minute sessions led by an industry professional
- Serves up to 30 students
- Program can be adjusted and implemented for middle or high school-aged students
- Curriculum covers Common Core ELA Literacy and Arts, Audio-Video Technology & Communications Career Cluster Audio & Video Technology & Film I, II and II
Mobile Workshop Options (each Workshop includes 3 parts)
- Cinematography 101
- Part I: Storytelling & How video is used today (interactive lecture and photo exercise)
- Part II: Technical Aspects to Cinematography (concept development for project students can do during session)
- Part III: Show and Tell (students shoot their films)
- Improv & Screenwriting
- Part I: Introduction to Del Close, the Harold, and improv. introduction to Joseph Champbell, The Heroes Journey, and The Hero with 1000 faces.
- Part II: Video review Heroes Journey via youtube video. Guided long form improv, write and revise script.
- Part III: Film script
- Part I: Theory of Video Editing
- Part II: Organizing Workflow and Using NLE software
- Part III: Editing Techniques
- Animation & Storyboarding - NEW Summer 2018
- Podcasting - NEW Summer 2018
Cost: Value is $5,260. Mobile Workshops are roughly ~$128 per student per session (class of 30). Sliding scale available. To learn more or book your workshop, contact us with the button below.
re:imagine/COMMUNITY is a long term (4-8 week) program developed to use film to raise awareness about a social issue in their community. Three to eight students learn film production while applying the design thinking model to develop a call to action and solution to a local issue.
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re:imagine/COMMUNITY utilizes digital service learning (application of technology for local community service) as students produce a video project that will help advocate for or raise awareness of a social issue. From identifying an area of discontent within their communities, to ideating, prototyping, and executing a proposed solution, students will learn that change starts with individual executable action.
- Format: Twelve 90 minute sessions over the course of 4-8 weeks, along with field experience (filming day on-site or in-school).
- re:imagine film Producer and TA lead sessions
- Small group of 3-8 students participate in all sessions
- Curriculum: Includes Common Core ELA Literacy and Arts, Audio-Video Technology & Communications Career Cluster Audio & Video Technology & Film I, II and II (see reverse). Program can be adjusted and implemented for any age level (elementary, middle, and high school)
- Student Outcomes: Write song and/or screenplay, Certificates (Grip & Electric, Camera Operation), Produce a short video (1-3 minutes), Present to local leaders and community members
- Creative Hack Weekend: Event with all schools participating in program. Students pitch design innovation solutions and screen video in front of local leaders and investors
Cost: Value is $10,000 which includes curriculum, and on-site implementation with Producer over course of 12+ sessions. Sliding scale available. To learn more or book your workshop, contact us with the button below.