A blooper from Team Blue’s “Ceramic Lanterns”.
An outtake from Film Schooled Episode 1 Premiere – Scary Movie. Team Hazard’s producer, Tanner, quickly explains one of his film ideas to the team.
Alex from Team Blue reacts to having a camera in her face the whole weekend, while Syd warns the camera crew.
Ethan and Kyle from Team Blue talk about what it was like to have the camera in their face the whole weekend.
An outtake from Film Schooled Episode 1, teen producer Brandon Burns explains leading lines to the audience.
Leading lines are used to help direct the audience’s attention. Use them so the audience doesn’t miss anything. In addition to leading lines, also use light, motion, position, and depth of field to direct the audience’s attention. Can you think of any other techniques?
Tell us what aspect of filmmaking you need to learn more about, and we’ll try to cover the topic in an upcoming episode. It can be anything from pre-production through post-production.
Do your shots seem boring? Do you miss important shots? Do you know how to hook the audience? Do you know how to make your cuts less apparent in order to retain the suspension of disbelief?
Simply comment below or tell us on the Film Schooled Facebook page. Do it now before you forget.
Sorry, we no longer have any slots available for episode 1. If you are interested in being a backup, or applying for episode 2, please continue. Thank you.
Are you creative? Do you enjoy making short films with your friends and family? Have you always wanted to make a film, but you never got started?
Does that sound like you?
The weekend for episode 1 will be:
Friday, March 25th through Sunday, March 27th, 2011
Friday April 8th through Sunday, April 10th, 2011
We start Friday evening, after school and work, ideally around 5 PM, and wrap up by Sunday evening before bedtime, ideally by 8 PM.
You must be at least 16 years old, have a parent or legal guardian as a chaperon, have at least three friends or family on your crew (not including yourself) who are at least 16, and have your own camera (can be your iPhone, or anything that shoots full video and sound).
Get your parent’s permission, line up your crew, and email the producer today:
Do you know a teen who might be interested? Please share this link.
Questions? Call or text Marcus Adams at:
We no longer have any paid slots available for episode 1. If you’d like to apply as a backup or for episode 2, please continue.
We need two production assistants per day. The locations will be in the Cincinnati area.
Here’s the schedule.
Friday, March 25 – 4 PM to 10 PM
Saturday, March 26 – 8 AM to 10 PM
Sunday, March 27 – 8 AM to 8 PM
Friday, April 8 – 4 PM to 10 PM
Saturday April 9 – 8 AM to 10 PM
Sunday April 10 – 8 AM to 8 PM
PAs will charge batteries, log footage, fetch food, transport the crew between locations, and provide hands on support for their assigned camera operator. PAs must provide their own car, and have proof of valid car insurance.
This is non-union. Pay is $25 per day, plus food and mileage. There will be plenty of time for breaks, and it will be tons of fun.
Call or text Marcus Adams