What's new with Vermont 4-H Science?
Filmmaking Studio and Workshop
Studies show American students are not taking enough interest in engineering and technology to maintain our country's ability to lead innovation in the future. 4-H hopes to reverse that trend via its engaging programs in filmmaking.
The work of scientists and engineers impacts our daily life on so many levels, but sometimes it's hard to isolate just how those professionals contribute to programs we watch on television or items we see in stores. Modern technology is now able to put the power of filmmaking into the hands of anyone with a computer and a video camera. The 4-H Filmmaking Studio and Workshop gives even the most novice producers the tools to make basic films. The curricula is a step-by-step journey from camera operation to storyboarding and post-production. Soon 4-H members will be making short films all over their community.
Visit the 4-H Filmmaking Studio and Workshop, the online space to learn about filmmaking, digital storytelling, and videography. There you'll find video workshop modules to assist you with making your own films. Practice with your camera and tripod, learn about filmmaking tricks, find your passion and voice, tell your digital story, and upload your film to share with others.
Last modified May 14 2013 04:03 PM