Foundation's Filmmaker Program is a fun and exciting course for students aged 8-11 years. The program enables students to unlock their creativity through the filmmaking platform. While donning the hat of a filmmaker and preparing to act and direct, the students simultaneously develop various cognitive skills and receive a boost in their self-confidence.
In the program's filmmaking classes, students will be learning how to make their own short films through hands on training in:
The filmmakers will learn the following skills over three levels, Filmmaker 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0! The students can look forward to a filming experience for the entire academic year.
Drawing Story Boards
Mise en Scene
Learning How to Present Information Visually
Writing Effective Dialogues
Basic Camera Operation
Framing and Composition
Panning, Tilting and Tracking
Building Stage Confidence
Refining Body Language
Practising Varied Expressions
In Filmmaking 1.0, our students will learn filmmaking skills like plotline, camera composition, acting and directing and then straight into creating two short films. Directed and acted by the students.
Filmmaking 2.0 will look to build on some of these skills and introduce new things such as camera movement and angles, script adaptation and storyboarding along with completing a much longer and more challenging film which they have adapted themselves.
Filmmaking 3.0 challenges the students to use all the skills they’ve already learnt from the previous two terms and create their very own film project; written, storyboarded, directed and acting by them!