In this episode we learn a few basic tricks of film making that little learners who have an interest in film making can practice in order to make better videos. Kai Honeck, who is a freelance videographer and film maker, teaches the kids some simple tricks to create dramatic looking effects.
As a class or family, brainstorm together and script a video using one of your own family members as the main subject. Share about your project in the comments and tell us why you filmed what you filmed and what tricks you learned from Kai that you tried to implement.
+Teachers/parents ask kiddos:
1) Did you like your role in our family movie? Why? How could we do it better?
2) What person or place would you like for our family to go visit and make a short video about?
3) How can I help resource you with tools you need to experiment with video making just like Kai was able to do when he was younger?
+Kiddos ask teachers/parents:
1) What is your favorite family movie of us? Why?
2) Share one of your favorite memories of your family when you were growing up.
3) Is there a movie you like simply because of the film making style used?