sites.google.com This behind the scenes video on the HenHaus Film Society was edited by the students of the class. The HenHaus Film Society and its Creativity Initiatives partners, KidVision and Global Media Education, have the common purpose of promoting the media industry and media education in classrooms and curriculums for all schools throughout the world. This class, called PreProPost HD, was a 4 day introductory class designed to teach students the basics of how to create a high quality video from start to finish. Students ranged from 12 to 40+ years of age from both Japan and Hawaii. Day 1 – Preproduction – Teachers Mark Wolf and Henry Mochida taught the students an overview of the elements involved in preproduction, from scheduling and budgeting, to the value of media ethics and a spirit of collaboration. The Red Cross Hawaii appeared to give the students their mission: to create a PSA for the Red Cross. The students collaborated and created a strong concept together. Day 2 – Production Teachings – We brought in the Panasonic HVX with lens adapter and the RED Camera, along with Director Osler Go and Director of Photography Shawn Hyatt to give the students a taste of the best in High Definition equipment and the people who know how to use these tools. Day 3 – Production Shoot Day – The students went out of the classroom and onto location to shoot the PSA for Red Cross. Students received an opportunity to experience the major positions of a production including …
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Vancouver is a hard town to live in if you’re an overeducated slacker and addicted to apocalyptical political theory — but maybe it only seems hard to me because I’m the one who has to do it. Dilettante is a word often applied to the narrator as I have made efforts of varying degrees in virtually every artistic profession possible — and the last hurrah of parental education cake was digital film production. I needed to make a biographical short-film – but instead of documenting a filmmaker’s life as it is, this is how I wish it was. The New Age Idiom that whatever you think and feel attracts more of the same has left most people exhausted – carrying new levels of guilt because of the negative thoughts and feelings they can’t stop themselves from having. But a film isn’t a story about real places and people — it is real places and people — a parallel reality or alternative dimension that may re-create itself through the magic of cinematic dream projection into this consensus reality of dollars and doughnuts. Or is it the imagination masturbation of a delusional underemployed narcissist destined for a bone-crushing mid-life crisis? Judge for yourself — but deep down I know you want everything to work out for me!
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