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Make-a-Movie Challenge for RI Kids
The Media Education Lab is delighted to co-sponsor this educational adventure for children ges 8 - 12.
2014 MAKE-A-MINUTE-MOVIE Challenge
PCFF presents GiveMe5 Youth Film Lab
in association with GiveMe5 and The Media Education Lab
October 18, 2014 from 9:30am – 4:00pm
FREE. REGISTRATION and RELEASE forms REQUIRED. Limited first-come, first-served basis! Space is limited, Pre-reservation is mandatory to complete applicaiton. (Click here to download forms. Return by email or mail.)
Rhode Island youth (age 8-12) are challenged as a team to make 1-minute films in a five-hour workshop with a professional coach and/or educator, while participating in a research study being conducted by the URI Media Education Lab, followed by a screening of the finished films!
YOUTH FILM LAB DETAILS
WHO: Open to Rhode Island youth ages 8 – 12. No previous filmmaking experience required!
(Please note that the GiveMe5 Teen Film Lab will continue to be held in March for older youth.)
WHAT: Youth will be assigned to a team, based on filmmaking skills. The teams will have 5 hours to make their 1-minute films with the guidance of a coach, and then screen and discuss their work at the end of film lab. Parents and caregivers are invited to attend the screening. Work produced at the Film Lab will be considered for broadcast on the RI PBS show, Teenage Critic, and eligible for submission to the 2015 Providence Children’s Film Festival.
ADVANCED OPPORTUNITY: If you are an experienced youth filmmaker, you may sign on to become part of the Documentary Team. Instead of making a 1-minute film, this team will document the Film Lab and the resulting film may be screened at the 2015 Providence Children’s Film Festival.
WHEN: Saturday, October 18, 2014 from 9:30am – 4:00pm (includes pizza lunch)
Families are invited to attend the 3:30pm film screening / discussion of 1-minute films
WHERE: University of Rhode Island, PVD campus - 80 Washington St, Providence, RI 02903
COST: FREE. REGISTRATION and RELEASE forms REQUIRED (Forms attached). Limited first-come, first-served basis! Space is limited, Pre-reservation is mandatory.
DEADLINE: September 30, 2014
NOTIFICATION: Confirmation of registration will be sent by Monday, October 6, 2014, with further details and Research Release form.
CONTACT: For more information, please contact Anisa Raoof: e Anisa@pcffri.org v (401) 316-5827