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A conference to encourage K-12 educators to rethink the notion of what literacy is and how it can best be taught in the digital media age.

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Saturday, May 13 • 12:45 - 14:15
Developing visual literacy through narrative filmmaking

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"If one wants to reach younger people at an earlier age to shape their minds in a critical way, you really need to know how ideas and emotions are expressed visually"

~ Martin Scorsese, director and filmmaker

This workshop will focus on developing visual literacy through narrative filmmaking. We’ll look into film grammar and how a film can be read as carefully and consciously as a story or poem. We’ll then cover practical approaches to film production and postproduction that have been democratised through the mobile technology available in our classrooms.

The session will cover:

  • How to read a film: an introduction to film grammar and interpreting images using examples from cinema.

  • Production: how to shoot a simple scene using a mastershot/coverage approach with a small production crew.

  • Post-production: the magic of the edit.

  • Resource considerations for filmmaking in the classroom

Audience: Anyone interested in using film and learning aboit how to empower groups of student filmmakers.

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Speakers
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David Procter

Junior Technology, Tanglin Trust School
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Saturday May 13, 2017 12:45 - 14:15
Classroom 409 High School and Administration Block, Level 4

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