Cinematic Storytelling with iPad 2014

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This presentation shows how you can integrate movie making in classrooms of all levels using iPad and iPod Touch devices. This covers basic elements of cinematography and editing, project ideas and …

This presentation shows how you can integrate movie making in classrooms of all levels using iPad and iPod Touch devices. This covers basic elements of cinematography and editing, project ideas and best practices. The hands-on demo of iMovie is not included in these slides.

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  • 1. C I N E M AT I C S T O RY T E L L I N G W I T H I PA D Michael Hernandez cinehead3@gmail.com @cinehead
  • 2. O V E R V I E W • Why & How • 5 Minute Film School • iMovie Demo • Project • Sample Lessons
  • 3. “What goes through the mind is forgotten. What goes through the heart and then the mind is remembered forever.” Alfonso Arau Director, Like Water for Chocolate
  • 4. W H Y C I N E M AT I C S T O RY T E L L I N G ? • Authentic • Interdisciplinary • Utilizes multiple intelligences • Involves all students
  • 5. iPod Touch iPhone iPad iPad Mini M O B I L E D E V I C E S
  • 6. A P P S & A C C E S S O R I E S W R I T I N G E D I T I N GR E C O R D I N G S H A R I N G Pages Google Drive DropboxCamera iMovie Filmic Pro Videoliscious Vimeo 8mm YouTube Evernote Pinnacle Studio
  • 7. A P P S & A C C E S S O R I E S M I C R O P H O N E T R I P O D O R S TA N DA D A P T E R
  • 8. C I N E M AT O G R A P H Y T I P S R U L E O F T H I R D S & L E A D S PA C E
  • 9. C I N E M AT O G R A P H Y T I P S R U L E O F T H I R D S & L E A D S PA C E
  • 10. C I N E M AT O G R A P H Y T I P S E X P O S U R E
  • 11. C I N E M AT O G R A P H Y T I P S W I D E , M E D I U M , C L O S E
  • 12. C I N E M AT O G R A P H Y T I P S W I D E , M E D I U M , C L O S E
  • 13. C I N E M AT O G R A P H Y T I P S W I D E , M E D I U M , C L O S E
  • 14. E D I T I N G T I P S • Less is more • Avoid long takes • Divide big topics into chapters or separate movies
  • 15. S O U N D T I P S • Use a microphone • Get close to sound • Avoid noisy locations • Music to enhance drama
  • 16. D E M O iMOVIE
  • 17. #edtechBling R E Q U I R E M E N T S wide, medium, close shots one interview (with title) rule of thirds voice over Extra Credit: Use 3 sound effects
  • 18. P L A N N I N G • provide enough time • practice • define realistic goals • how to form groups • expectations for students
  • 19. P L A N N I N G • research • outline & script • shot list & storyboard • scheduling the shoot • deadlines for footage & edit
  • 20. S A M P L E L E S S O N S • music video (editing, original music) • existing plays or books (interpretation, analysis) • original scripts (creative writing, elements of story) F I C T I O N
  • 21. S A M P L E L E S S O N S • interviews (camera & sound) • how-to (show a process) • public service announcement (PSA) • political campaign ad (persuasion, propaganda) N O N - F I C T I O N
  • 22. C I N E M AT I C S T O RY T E L L I N G W I T H I PA D Michael Hernandez cinehead3@gmail.com @cinehead