Our skateboard filmmaking course provides a hands-on learning experience for children that focuses on teaching media literacy through the process of filmmaking. Our goal is to empower children by providing the tools necessary to create their own media messages. Through the collaborative process, they build confidence and self-esteem.
Rather than being media consumers, students will be taught to question, evaluate, and understand their media culture.
Skate The Foundry provides a small production workshops for children age 9-17. These kids are taught to analyze, explore and produce their own skateboard films. The workshops are broken down into three categories – beginner, intermediate, and advance. In all categories, children will be able to engaged with pre-production, production, and post-production.
Types of courses
Pre-production – Basic terminology, generating ideas, storyboard, and outline.
Production – Using camera and equipment, camera housing, tripod, lighting, and framing.
Post-production – Editing, pace, fades, music, and titles.
Pre-production – Creating a team and a shot list.
Production – Camera angles & movement, types of focuses, and operational features.
Post-production – Graphics and digital effects.
Pre-production – Pitching, directing, storytelling, and set design.
Production – Types of cameras, advance lighting, shadows, lenses, and audio & microphones.
Post-production – Advanced editing and using images to create effect.
Coming Up Filmmaking Course
4 Days Skateboard Filmmaking Course
Age Group (9-17)
Date: July 16th, 17th, 30th and 31st.
Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm
Class size: 6 Students – 2 more spots left
Guest Instructor on July 16th: Jonathan Olshefski (Director of QUEST) / Jon’s Bio: HERE
Non-Member Signup Here ($215.00)
Member Signup Here ($115.00)
During this 4 day course, students will learn the basics of pre-production, production, and post production. Everyone will work with our cameras, lighting, and editing equipment. Additionally, they will be able to use skateboarding, props, costumes, and other fun tools to tell their story.
Note: Participants will be given assignments that they can work on between the 2nd and the 3rd classes.