Category Archives: UK partners

Exercise 3

And finally, two examples of Exercise 3, from Lithuania and Legsby, Lincs, both featuring roundabouts, but different weathers.  Legsby had watched clips on the recommended list from Les 400 Coups, and The Little Fugitive – especially the sequence on the … Continue reading

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St Margaret’s Withern Wink Murder

Exercise 1 from St. Margaret’s deserves a post of its own.  Headteacher James Siddle has been in the programme for a few years.  For Exercise 1 though, he hd to leave the group to go to a meeting, and left … Continue reading

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Comparing Exercise 1 in Brussels

On 25 Feb around 25 of the participants in this year’s project spent the day at the Cinemathek in Brussels, generously hosted by Freddy Malondo, to share Exercises 1,2 and 3.  We had St Margarets Withern and Legsby from Lincolnshire; … Continue reading

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Lincolnshire, Exercise 2

Our 10 Lincolnshire primary partners came to BFI last week to exchange ‘meteo work’: Exercise 2, on ‘sensations’ of weather, and Exercise 3 – a dramatic situation, repeated in different weather conditions. Gainsborough Parish Church Primary put together this montage … Continue reading

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Lincoln Meteo Minutes

A couple of Meteo Minutes shot outside Fosse Way Academy primary on Thursday (thanks to Rob Cowling).  Two things about the compositions: in one, where the focus switches half way through rom fore- to background (reminiscent of last year’s Intervalle … Continue reading

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LNS week 2

Things getting out of sequence here… in Week 2 of the programme, LNS boys went out with our DSLRs (the better to film in low evening light) and experimented with some ‘staging’ in outdoor, open spaces.  Three here for consideration: … Continue reading

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Nautical 4 shot exercise

Last week the boys shot, and this week edited, their four shot exercise ‘to film the same situation in three different sites.’  The situation was an awkward meeting between three people: a pair, and another character about whom one of … Continue reading

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