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Storytelling/Videography - World Upside Down

Web Site: http://www.worldupsidedown.org
Industry: Education
Needs Assistance With: Storytelling, Videography, Video Editing
Number of Students Needed: 2-3

Project Description

We are creating a series of video classes that will guide teachers through the process of producing The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (based off the Narnia book series by world renowned author C.S. Lewis) for middle school students. Cindy Lowa, the middle school theater arts teacher at Windermere Preparatory School, is producing the play with a March 2017 performance date, and we need help creating a series of video classes that will walk theater instructors through the entire production process. The classes will cover character development, acting techniques, set design, lighting, costumes, tech skills, and performance, training both teachers and students on how to successfully complete all aspects of the production.

We need to create a 30 second promo video for the fundraising campaign that we will launch on social media to raise funds for this project.

Job Description

Participant/s will create a 30 second promo video for the fundraising campaign that we will launch on social media to raise funds for this project. They can go with our film crew to Windermere Preparatory school campus to interview Cindy Lowa (theater teacher), actors, parents, or anyone else they think will make the message and call to action most powerful.

Storyboard and script must include these elements:

  • Clear description of the Narnia Video project
  • Show participants involved: Cindy Lowa, her students, parent volunteers (optional), and Full Sail University interns
  • Call to action: amount needed to raise, suggested donation, request to recruit 2 friends to donate as well, time limit

Project Duration: 1 - 4 weeks
Estimated Time Commitment: 3-5 hours per week
Can this work be done remotely? Partially
Is this a paid opportunity? No