Atelier 1 : Quelles sont les compétences en jeu dans ces productions ? (Tom Barrance)
Director of Media Education Wales
Many years of experience teaching about film and film-making to children and young people, both in schools and in informal education contexts.
Some References :
1998 Media education in Wales: Welsh Office-funded research publication
1997 Y Cyfryngau a’r Cymraeg CA3/4, pack on teaching media in Secondary Welsh
2004 Making movies make sense: understanding and using film language, CD-ROM
2005 Deall ffilmiau, gwneud ffilmiau: deall a defnyddio iaith ffilmiau, CD-ROM
Welsh version of ‘Making movies make sense’
2005 Contributor to Becta DVD, Creativity in Digital Media
2000 to date Various articles for www.MediaEd.org.uk, the UK media and moving image education site
Presentation from Media Education Wales’ film-making projects in schools in areas of social deprivation in South Wales. These projects (with children aged 10-12) linked film-making to poetry writing, performance and music-making. How the projects are planned and structured; how non-mainstream film and abstract images are used to encourage the children to explore visual metaphor and the relationship between image and sound; and why imitating traditional film forms and industry practice are avoided when working with children and young people.
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