Filmmaking class for ages 11-18 during lockdown

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Filmmaking class for ages 11-18 during lockdown

Your kids can learn filmmaking during the new lockdown. This workshop is taught by photographer and filmmaker Judah S. Harris.

Classes take place on Zoom with two additional in-person sessions when the lockdown is over.

Filmmaking for Teenagers (limited to 10 students)

January 11-14

9:30am-11:30am (half hour break) on Zoom

Two additional 90-minute in-person sessions (in Jerusalem, after lockdown)

Class fee includes licensed copy of Nero video editing software

1000 NIS

(scholarships available)

This creative arts class is for ages 11-18

Students learn how to create a film, including finding the idea, writing a script or outline, using a camera, recording audio, lighting techniques, basic intro to editing, using stock clips and music. We also take a brief look at acting and directing and interviewing subjects on camera. In this hands-on course, the class will create a short film related to Jerusalem. Each student will also create a short film about their personal life, be it individual or family. One lesson component will be on stop-motion animation, a creative movie-making genre that students can work on using model toys, objects, letters, or clay. Completed films will be posted on social media and premiered to family and friends at a scheduled movie night online.

Enrollment with permission of the instructor.

Camera with manual controls required for course. (For those with smartphone camera only, please contact the instructor for additional class options.)

Live class sessions meet in Jerusalem outdoors, in keeping with proper health guidelines.

For information about future photography classes for youth or adults, send an email to:

Judah S. Harris

[email protected]


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