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WHAT’S ON


LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION...


Make a Movie Club is preparing for its second summer of movie making fun. It is an interactive, creative activity camp for kids aged 5-11. The club includes hands-on experience with film-making equipment, writing movies and working together as a team to bring them to life. We spoke to two of last year’s participants, Grace aged 10 and Maisie aged 8.


TELL US ABOUT MOVIE CLUB


Grace: “It’s this awesome club where you get to make movies. You film people and do lots of acting.”


Maisie: “In movie club you meet people that you don’t know and you film them. At the end you get to watch your move and your starter bits (screen tests). The starter bits is where you try out… say you want to ride on a unicorn you could do that. Or you could do gymnastics in an apple.


GYMNASTICS IN AN APPLE?


Maisie: “Well I did normal gymnastics, not in an apple. Then with the green screen you can put any background on it. Like the inside of an apple.”


Grace: “You can’t wear green because it won’t show up. You’ll blend in and only see your head and your arms.”


WHAT DID YOU LEARN?


Maisie: “I learnt how to set up a tripod and how to put a camera on a tripod.”


Grace: “I learnt how to film people. We filmed people doing lots of things. You have to do the shots again and again because you want different angles. If you only do a wide shot, it’s not very exciting.”


Maise: “A wide shot is when you’ve got a shot that might have lots of people. A close up is when you zoom in close on somebody.”


Grace: “And there’s an over-the- shoulder shot where you are doing a close up on somebody but you can see someone standing there. So it’s like you’ve got someone’s point of view.”


WHAT DID YOU HAVE TO DO AS FILM CREW?


Grace: “You can do the sound. You have to hold this stick up (a microphone).”


Maisie: “There is a cameraman. First you have to turn the camera on and turn the view screen on. Then you have to press record – which is a red button.”


Grace: “The director says ‘sound, lights, camera…’ and then ‘action’ and then you start.”


WHICH JOBS DID YOU LIKE BEST?


Grace: “I liked being the camera operator. I also like being the director because you tell them what you want them to do and they have to do it.”


Maisie: “I liked being the camera operator and I liked acting. Movie Club is fun.”


Make a Movie Club will be back in Wimbledon in July and August. With either morning or full day sessions available. You can find more information about the club at www.4foot1films.com/


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