Yesterday, a group of teens joined us for a whirlwind afternoon of filmmaking. We learned about a few ways to create interesting special effects like magically disappearing and floating objects in our hands with the help of iMovie. We even created some Instagram videos and watched some cool ones online. The last part of the program was spent creating stop motion videos using Stop Motion Studio Pro with Wikki Stix (our DIY Kit for the month) and Legos serving as our props.
This program, as well as our Pop-Up Video program next week are filmmaking programs to help you prepare for our Mini Teen Film Fest next month! Learn about how to submit an entry, film categories, prizes and more about the Mini Teen Film Fest here.
Want to see what we made? Check out the video of the films teens made at Mini Movie Madness below. They're all good candidates for the Mini Teen Film Fest!
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