TEACHERS
  • Ram - Ramath Page, Youtuber
  • Don & Katha Cato - Queens World Film Festival , Executive Directors
  • Elizabeth Pasieczny - Pickleman Productions, Youtuber

STUDENTS:
Ellis spica, Sulamon Abbasi, Marco Fabian, Francesco Prete, Jaime Ramirez, Joseph Rojas Fragoso, Blake Tunstull, Darvin Almanzar, Kendrick Estipular, Andrew Heras, Alejandro Agudelo, Jack Goodwin, Deechen Sherpa, Jacqueline Villalba, Jacob Cadavid

GROUP NAME:
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OBJECTIVES:

  1. Apply basic video production skills - increase basic vocabulary and skill set (12 basic shots, crew positions).
  2. Edit videos using editing software.
  3. Attend Professional Lecture/Workshop @ Queens World Film Festival (Katha & Don Cato - film producers)
  4. Visit Museum of Moving Image
  5. Produce a 3 min entertaining youtube video with a Social Justice theme

ONE WEEK IN A SLIDE SHOW:

FINAL VIDEO PROJECT:



TIME TABLE:
Date
Activity
Objectives / Resources
Things to do / prepare
M,Oct 23

℅ Ram and Victor ( 9-10:15am)


10:15-11:00 lunch
Basic Skills in production and editing

Viewing Youtube videos


AFternoon: Katha and Don
(11:00-1:00pm)
Survey of video production experiences of the students

Youtube videos with Social Justice Theme ex. “What will you do?”


Explore Social Justice Themes
-being treated equally
- through words
- also through actions/physical
- non discrimination in terms of age, sexual orientation, faith, race, gender, weight
- being obedient
- equality - mostly related economic distribution of wealth

Same scenario looked various perspectives

QUESTION:
  1. How is social justice practiced or not practiced in your school/community (be specific)


MAN ON THE STREET VIDEOS

Group A: Marco, Deechen, Alejandro, Jacqueline, Darvin

Group B: Ellis, Jacob, Joseph, Andrew, Kendrick

Group C: Francisco, Solanon, Jaime, Blake, Jack

FORMING, STORMING, NORMING

News magazine format for vignettes
Details ℅ Katha and Don
  • Basic survey done 9/26/17
__https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdjAbvdVRNRBmYjbNC2OPn3PBfe6X18gkWc_aF7QRHF_wipTA/viewform?usp=sf_link__


  • Identify videos to watch
  • Critiquing forms to use

Filming with Iphone
__https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8a4F6mVX64__
Film making basics
__https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQnYwsehvs8__
What is Social Justice
__https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtBvQj2k6xo__
What would you do video.
__https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKjci2LVBN8__
__https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6i_8ZWBE-5U__
__https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=plaqunpTzvM__


Venue: TRCS
Early lunch


Photo release forms - get forms from Katha
T,Oct 24
With Katha and Don
Professional Lecture/Workshop
(5 hrs - 9-12; 1-3)

9:00am
Video Production day
Details ℅ Katha & Don


Review and critique of Man on the Street Footages

Group A: Research Team
Deechen, Francisco, Jacob, Andrew, Kiendrick, Jaime, Jack, Alejandro,

Group B: Artistic Team
Blake, Darvin, Francisco, Deechen

Group C: Editing Team
Jacqueline, Solamon, Ellis, Joseph

W,Oct 25
With Katha and Don
9-12pm

Professional Lecture/Workshop
(3 hours - 9-12)


12:00 -travel time/lunch


1:00-3:30
Video production day
Details ℅ Katha & Don

  • Finish graphics
  • Record video footages
  • Produce Artistic materials
  • Record on a green screen
  • Edit raw videos
  • Prepare invites for Friday presentation


Museum of Moving Images

Behind the Screen Tour & Screening Program

2 hours, 10-150 students, $8/student ($3/student for Title I)
Along with a guided tour of the Museum’s core exhibition, students experience a historic film or television episode in one of the Museum’s state-of-the-art movie theaters as part of the Screening America program. These screenings, which include a post-screening discussion, use historic media to help teach English, English as a Second Language, and Social Studies, with a focus on American history.
Groups looking for an introductory experience with historic film or television may choose either an episode of I Love Lucy ("Job Switching," 1952),
  • Hardware and Software
  • Audio/Video materials


Permission slip
Bus/Train Trip
Request check
Late home
http://www.movingimage.us/education/visit


$8 x 15 = $120


36-01 35 Ave, Astoria, NY 11106
718 777 6888

Tue-Thu: 10:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Fri: 10:30 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
Sat-Sun: 10:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Th, Oct 26
Professional Lecture/Workshop
(5 hrs - 9-12; 1-3)
Video Production day
Details ℅ Katha & Don

  • Final production shoot
  • Practice for Friday presentation
  • Thank you letters
  • Movie Critiquing
  • Backdrop for photo wall

Fr, Oct 27
℅ Ram and Victor only
Presentation
Presentation
  • Final Rehearsals
  • AM Presentation
  • PM Presentation







Monday
11:00 – 11:30am
Production meeting:
Chipaway/Queens World
Three projects
Camera Etiquette
11:30 – 12:15pm
Break into 3 groups
Man on the Street
12:20 – 1pm
Work on three projects
#1 – Video collage w/DPC factoids, did you know, graphs, pictures, DPC
Note: when looking up online material look for the largest file of the image we can find. 900 x whatever and up
#2 – Man on the Street:
EP has a few kids working with her to load, time line, etc.
#3 – What Would You Do? w/KFC
Writing/casting scenarios
Location scout, etc
Tuesday
9am – 12pm
Production meeting
Review Man on the Street
Assignments/Stations

9:30 am
Review man on the street together – Smart Board
10:00am – 12:00pm
1 group: on editing
1 group: WWD
1 group: video collage
12 – 1
Lunch
1:00pm – 2:45pm
Divide into two groups
#1. Shooting Video collage
#2 Rehearsing and camera rehearsals for
What would you do?
2:45pm
Production Meeting
Recap, reflection planning for tomorrow
Wednesday
9am – 12pm
Production meeting
Review Work
Assignments/Stations


9:30 am
Divide into production groups to shoot, edit and prep for Thursday
11:45am
Production Meeting
Recap, reflection planning for tomorrow


12:00
Travel to Museum of Moving Images
Lunch on the way
1:00 - Museum Tour
THURSDAY
9am – 12pm
Production meeting
Review Work
Assignments/Stations


9:30 am
Shoot pickups, voice overs, bumpers, graphics
Invites, posters
11:45am
Production meeting
Wrap up/prep for editing.
1:00 pm
Editing, Polishing
2:45pm
Production Meeting
Recap, reflection planning for tomorrow.
Friday
9am – 12pm
Production meeting

9:30 am
Final polish
Rehearsing presenting
Rehearsing Q & A
Check tech & Reflection

12 – 1 Lunch
TBA
Screening – files via computer


Photo-Videos/ Blogs/ Reflections/ Links/ Final Product: