This is a hands-on, self-paced Film-making class for your students, honing skills in camera handling, sound effects, lighting, screenwriting, and much more!
Students will learn:
- how the Lego Movie is made
- to produce an original, short creative video with a cellphone
- screenwriting skills, efficient editing skills, and foley sounds production skills
- basics of cinematization: framing, planning, lighting, sound recording, etc.
- digital storytelling skills
- and much more!
Time: 9:00-11:00 A.M. ET
Date: Monday - Friday, 8/2-8/6/2021 (week 8)
Grade (2021 Spring): Grade 5 - Grade 8
Class size: 6-8
Online Course Requirements
*It is not required to prepare everything in this list; any substitutions are welcome. Yet, a lack of course materials can lead to project failures and instructional difficulties. Teachers may add more materials later (will email enrolled students).
- colorful paper
- color sharpies
- some lego human figures
- cardstock paper
Fine Arts at Duke University | Teaching Artist & Filmmaker
Lily Frame is a filmmaker and teaching artist in the city of Durham, North Carolina. A believer in the arts as a form of transformative healing and a cultural worker for social change, Frame enjoys practicing art as a labor of love with others. Her personal work explores the mode of documentary and experimental filmmaking and the significance of first-person filmmaking. She has been recognized with awards and screened nationally and internationally at Cucalorus Festival, NC Museum of History, Mindfield Film Festival, etc. She enjoys being a teaching artist because it’s her joy to watch students discover new ways to express themselves and embrace new ways to create. She wants to help her students realize success is always possible and there are no wrong answers. Her goal is to fuel confidence and purpose through art-making, which students can carry through all endeavors.
Born and raised in Charleston, West Virginia, Frame earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Film Studies at the University of North Carolina of Wilmington in 2020. She is currently a full-time student earning her Master of Fine Arts at Duke University’s Experimental and Documentary Arts program.