These teaching guides and resources (available in 4 different languages) help to support teachers and students to make short films in any language, using free and easily accessible equipment. The guides include information on how to script, shoot, edit and subtitle a film.
These resources were created for the Connecta project run by the University of Roehampton (and funded by Creative Multilingualism). Watch the short film below to learn more about the Connecta project. Find out about how you can take part in the Connecta Multilingual Film Competition (submit your film by 24 May 2019).
Learning Pack 1: Accessible Filmmaking
Learning Pack 2: Screenwriting
Learning Pack 3: Storyboarding
Learning Pack 4: Acting
Extra resource: Screenplay – Beats
Learning Pack 5: Video Shooting
Learning Pack 6: Editing
Learning Pack 7: Adding sound and music
Learning Pack 8: Translation Techniques
All schools taking part in the film competition need to seek consent from parents and guardians of participating students before filming, Once consent has been confirmed, please sign this institutional consent form and send to Hayley Dawson at email@example.com before filming starts.
Film entry form