Monthly Archives: March 2013

togetherness

attempt to manipulate the space through the lens/frame – using an open space but carefully framing it in a closed way.

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Friendship

explanation in blog below L0ng Benningt0n

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Dressing the frame – another example

The children were exploring open/closed spaces.  This was an attempt to manipulate the space to see if we could use an open space but frame it/the characters in a closed way…

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LEARNING TO DRESS THE FRAME…

Example of dressing the frame from Long Bennington.  The title: Friendship  This example sh0ws h0w the children have used the backgr0und t0 create links as well as a physical link between the characters.

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Weston Hills

Karl Genert, one of the Lincolnshire project co-ordinators, writes: Hi all. We are the Weston Hills Primary School film club. I have four fabulous (and fabulously keen) Year 5 students who go out of lessons for an hour on a … Continue reading

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St. Andrew’s explore open and confined spaces

These clips taken by the St Andrew’s Cinémathèque club provoked some interesting discussions of what  a ‘wide open’ or ‘enclosed’ space actually is. The group decided that they wished to film two students playing chess outside (a straight forward concept) but could … Continue reading

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Baby Boy!

Edward Michael was born, my wife was in labour!

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