Atelier 1 : Quelles sont les compétences en jeu dans ces productions ? (Tom Barrance)

Tom Barrance

Director of Media Education Wales

tom@mediaedwales.org.uk

www.mediaedwales.org.uk

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

Ffilmschool
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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