8-10 year olds in PAFA's Silent Filmmaking program learned from past and present masters of silent film.
While working together in teams, classmates learned the challenges and value that come with collaboration! This project combined media history, film making and photography, graphic design, writing, time management, and working together.
Students were responsible to develop scripts, story board, location scout, shoot, edit and promote their own films.
While shooting their films, students put new photography vocabulary to work, and later created minimalist movie posters to showcase at a screening for friends and family.
See other silent films from PAFA on YouTube: Midnight Thieves and Attack at the Museum.