Judah S. Harris Photo Workshops presents
A Summer Filmmaking Workshop
(for kids ages 11-15)
10:00am - 1:00pm
(Limited to 10 students)
Students learn how to create a film with their phone or camera, including finding the idea, writing a basic script or outline, using video settings, 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 to be shared with family and friends.
Enrollment with permission of the instructor. Camera with manual controls or smartphone with quality camera required for course. Consult instructor for guidance, Judah S. Harris (E: [email protected], WhatsApp: 050-301-1648).
More photography and filmmaking classes for kids:
The Basics of Digital Photography - August 20-23 (ages 10-16)
Photoshop - Private Lessons (ages 8 and up)
Photographing Square Photos of Jerusalem with a Smartphone (fall dates TBA)
Judah S. Harris Photo Workshops, founded more than a decade ago by photographer and filmmaker Judah S. Harris, offers visual arts insights and education, including live and virtual photo classes and private lessons, for kids and adults.