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Unit One: Filmmaking Bootcamp
n this initial Filmmaking Bootcamp unit, students will be introduced to all of the fundamental stages of the filmmaking process –
pre-production, production, and post-production. In addition to receiving a crash course on the technical skills required to use a
camera and editing software, students will be introduced to key cinematic principles of storytelling, storyboarding, cinematography,
copyright and editing. All of these critical digital storytelling elements will only be touched upon but will provide a strong foundation
for the remaining units in this curriculum guide. Since many of the terms introduced in this unit will be unfamiliar to you and your
students, it may be helpful to create a “word wall” or something similar to track all of the new filmmaking terminology along the way.
The lessons can be facilitated using still images and/or video footage.
Each of the seven lessons is designed to be implemented with small groups of three to four students. Each of the lessons builds
upon the prior with the final lesson culminating in the completion of a short 30 to 60 second film. Remember, it is strongly
recommended that for each unit you create “project folders” for either the groups or individuals to keep all of the assignments in
one place. You will need physical project folders for the documents created in pre-production and digital project folders for the video
and audio files created in production and post-production. Many of the lesson plans require the students to either use or reference
material created in an earlier lesson. Following the screening of the final product in lesson 1.7, present each budding filmmaker with
a Certificate of Completion. A certificate is provided at the end of this unit.
U N I T ON E TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S : LE S S O N S AND HANDOUTS Page
> > PRE - PRO D U C T IO N
Story Structure 16
1.1a Nine Sentence Story Examples Handout 18
1.1b Nine Sentence Story Handout 19
1.2 Visual Storytelling, Shot Styles and Composition
1.2a Shot Styles Examples Handout 22
1.2b Shot Styles Handout 23
1.2c Shot Styles Teacher Key 24
Cinematography and Storyboarding 25
1.3a Motivation for Shots Handout 27
1.3b Nine Sentence Storyboard Sample Handout 28
1.3c Storyboard Handout 36
> > PRODU CT IO N
Camera Use and Management 39
1.4a Camera Use and Management Handout 41
1.5 Shooting, Collecting and Creating Media
1.5a Production Roles Handout 44
Copyright, Copyleft and Fair Use 45
> > POST- PR O D U C T IO N
Editing, Exporting and Exhibition 47
1.7a File Management Tips 50
1.7b Filmmaking Rubric 51
1.7c Certificate of Completion Handout 53
> > SH I F T DR IV E TA B LE O F C O N T E N T S
Unit One Filmmaking Instructional Videos
Shot Styles and Composition, 3:39 min
Storyboarding, 1:09 min X
Editing Styles, 2:20 min
Music, 3:05 min
1.1 V4CUUM-RBT : A Love Story, 3:48 min
1.2 Let Them Eat Cake, 6:15 min
1.3 Nine Sentence Movie Samples, 1:01 min
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