Making Movies Make Sense is an all-new interactive resource to help you run film viewing and filmmaking activities with children and young people.
“Superb…should be in every school”
Jack Kenny, Agent for Change
“Every school should have this app”
iPad in Education
“A really excellent resource and very teacher friendly”
Bernard McCloskey, Head of Education, Northern Ireland Screen
Making Movies Make Sense shows you
- what equipment you need
- Key principles: camera, lighting, sound and editing
- making a film step by step: planning, filming, editing
- practical activities for classroom and out-of-school contexts
- what films to use
Making Movies Make Sense is illustrated with dozens of video clips and still images. The DVD-ROM version also includes printable PDFs and unedited films for users to edit.
Making Movies Make Sense is available as an interactive DVD-ROM for Mac and Windows, or as an iPad or Android tablet app. You can copy the resource from the DVD-ROM onto individual computers. Click here for system requirements.
The price of the DVD-ROM version includes a school site licence so you can install and use it on all the computers on a single school site.