"Choose Your Own Ed Venture" is just a few days away, and I hope you all can make it! If you are planning on attending, please RSVP here.
Also, we need a couple of volunteers for the night, so if anyone is interested, please let me know!
We've made a lot of Seen in NY episodes on incredible organizations that are educating in ways that traditional education does not, and often, cannot offer. However, what we don't know is how did these organizations get started? Where do they get their funding? Teachers College students, faculty and entrepreneurs may want to know the answers to these questions as they explore the possibility of starting their own educational venture.
Please join us for an evening with the founders of Brooklyn Robot Foundry ,
Here are some great tips when shooting ;)
Things to note in this video:
- Listen to the music...... ha
- Transition shots: I know we sometimes do transition shots, but I would like to experiment more with this.
-Number 4: Get it on Film- We should start asking our subjects to introduce themselves and then spell out their names on camera.
This is a short video about Gabriel, a kid who has been playing the trumpet since he was 6. What I like about this video is that it has so many beautiful and quick shots. If ever we have the chance to do short profiles on kids, I think using this as inspiration would be great. For example, shooting portraits, close-ups, wide street shots, and interviewing a parent-- all would make good techniques to use for a "youth" innovator series.....
The City Exposed: Trumpet Kid by Mike Kepka #206710 from Mike Kepka ...
This is a photo from an interesting article I read about emerging movie theaters that try to give audiences an immersive experience. The article asks the question, "Where do audiences want to spend their money? A new technological experience, or a social experience that will never be exactly the same twice?" This made me think about ideas for the fourth floor experience.
I'm not saying we should b...
A few months ago, during one of our GVC meetings, Luke showed us the trailer for The Art of Flight. I did not get to watch the actual film, but I assume it had amazing cinemat...
Great storytelling. Beautifully shot. Well edited. And great sound.
So GOOD! Please watch!
Watch the first 54 seconds and you will be hooked and inspired ;)
Jihii tried to embed this link, but for some reason it didn't work.
she thinks it's cute-- i think its scary....
good job, penn state.
I love this music video---not just because it's shot in the barangays of the Philippines, but also because of its beautiful cinematography, storyline, and the way it was edited. My cousin showed me this video last night and I was in awe! It led me to check out more of Rudimental, which is a electronic music quartet based in the UK. I saw their other music videos-- and they all are amazing! Different directors and crews for each one-- but great stor...