Look, you could cre8 a silent film like this:
Step into the time machine and journey back to the transformative era that shaped modern cinema: the genesis of filmmaking and the birth of moving pictures. During the 1910s, 1920s, and 1930s, slapstick films emerged as a significant genre, with Charlie Chaplin’s iconic works etching an indelible mark in the annals of film history.
In this course, you’ll unravel the origins of film history and explore a unique form of storytelling—crafting narratives solely through images—an invaluable skill for any aspiring film director. Get ready to create your own silent short film! Will it be comedic, poignant, or enchantingly mysterious?
Here’s a glimpse of what awaits you:
- Delve into the dawn of filmmaking
- Gain insight into the life and legacy of Charlie Chaplin
- Master silent film techniques
- Learn how to structure a silent film
- Discover video editing tricks
- Craft your own short silent film
What’s required to join this live course?
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Suitable for kids and teens aged 10 to 16.
If you have no or only very little experience in filmmaking, then this course won’t be suitable for you. Please join the Cre8 Your First Film workshop first. Don’t worry about missing this one for now, all live courses take place a few times per year.
Course = 6 live sessions. One live sessions runs for about 60 minutes.
Next course dates: Fridays, 19th, 26th January, 2nd, 9th, 16th, and 23rd February at 3.00pm GMT (10.00am New York EST; 3.00pm London, Dublin, Lisbon; 4.00pm Berlin, Paris, Madrid CET; 7.00pm Dubai GMT+4)
All live sessions will take place on Zoom. Students will receive the session link prior to the course.