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We're thrilled to present our brand new series of mini filmmaking guides, which highlight a wide variety of roles involved in the film industry. From director, producer and screenwriter, to foley artist, costume designer, and editors, discover the countless different jobs that are involved in the filmmaking process.
Each guide provides professional filmmaking techniques and tips, including practical tasks to help you practice the techniques and further develop your understanding of filmmaking.
This great series of resources explains the film production process from development to distribution, explores the many different roles within the film industry, and offers filmmaking tips to young people creating their own filmmaking projects.
Get your students/film club members to create their own short film and enter it into our Film of the Month competition below:
You can follow the guides from beginning to end, or alternatively, if you already have some knowledge, just select the mini guides that are most relevant, or that you need to fill any gaps in your understanding.
Get started with our Introduction to Mini Filmmaking Guides below:
A mini filmmaking guide to support young people through the initial stages of developing ideas for a film
A mini filmmaking guide to help young people to flesh out their film ideas and test these with peers
A mini filmmaking guide covering the essential crew members for a short youth made film
A mini filmmaking guide with tips for young people on selecting the best locations for their short film
A mini filmmaking guide to support young people to develop their script into a storyboard
A mini filmmaking guide covering the main elements of using lighting effectively for a youth made film
A mini filmmaking guide to support young people to put in place all of the elements for filmmaking before the camera starts rolling
A mini filmmaking guide covering a range of different camera techniques
A mini filmmaking guide with tips on achieving good quality sound in a youth made film
A cross-curricular resource that explores primary pupils' skill sets and applies them to a range of film industry careers.
A teaching resource to support Secondary students' exploration of careers in the film industry.
A glossary of some of the most frequently used terms in Film Language, with examples and key-codes from classic films to help demonstrate their meaning.
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