The folks behind the International Family Film Festival in Burbank, California are providing a unique Hollywood-style filmmaking experience next month in Philadelphia as part of the NAMLE 2011 Conference. Whether you’re a teacher, administrator, home schooler, or media literacy activist—you can learn how to create a stop motion animation film through integrating several art mediums as the basic storytelling elements. This technique can be easily taught to children as young as 6 and integrated into media projects being created in high school.
Workshop participants will each create an original story, sketch and plan storyboards, shoot and edit the film (including credits and sound track). They provide all cameras, computers and materials! Bring your own portable memory device so you can download and take your completed project with you. When: Friday, July 22nd 9:00-1:00pm. Where: Sheraton Society Hill, Philadelphia, Ballroom E1. Cost: $145 (includes a 1-year membership to NAMLE). [Click here to register] Select “Pre-Conference Only” option.