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The Story of Movies: Understanding Films and Filmmaking
From edutopia.org, produced by Ken Ellis and Amy Erin Borovoy
This well-produced video introduces a curriculum designed to introduce middle school students to the practice of critically analyzing film and other forms of visual storytelling. It features classroom scenes, as well s interviews with Martin Scorsese, classroom teachers, and the curriculum writer. (04:49)
 
Found by stevebrown2217 in Visual Literacy
June 6, 2010 at 11:25 PM
 
Ages: 12 - 15     License: Proprietary
 
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Film Review: Equipping Students for Extended Writing
From teachingchannel.org, produced by The Teaching Channel
Lesson ObjectiveStudents work collaboratively to prepare for writing a film review.  Questions to ConsiderHow and why does Ms. Nicol "chunk" the task into manageable parts?See how a common flaw of word choice is quickly and effectively addressed in a 5 minute synonyms taskConsider how "chunking" assignments can improve your students' workCommon Core StandardsELA.W.6-12.10
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Found by Mrs Jefferies in Teaching Writing
January 17, 2012 at 09:42 PM
 
Ages: 18 - 18     License: Public Domain
 
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Stop Motion Film: Renewable vs NonRenewable Energy Sources
From YouTube
This quick stop motion film asks & answers the question what makes an energy source renewable or nonrenewable. The material was originally made for middle school students learning about energy. (04:18)
 
Found by begamatt in Natural Resources
October 18, 2012 at 12:37 PM
 
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Paddle To The Sea - Classic Children's Film - Part 1 of 3
From YouTube
The classic live action film version of "Paddle To The Sea" - shown here in 3 parts. Paddle To The Sea was filmed by Bill Mason in 1966, and was inspired by the brilliant Children's Book of the same title, written in 1941 by H. C. Holling. The 1966 film version seen here was eventually nominated for an Academy Award two years later in 1968, for Best Short Film, because it was so beautifully done by the director - Canadian naturalist, master canoeist, artist and filmmaker Bill Mason. 
 
Found by ronna_37 in Short Film
November 17, 2009 at 11:33 PM
 
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Validation - Award winning Short Film
From YouTube
"Validation" is a fable about the magic of free parking. Starring TJ Thyne & Vicki Davis. Writer/Director/Composer - Kurt Kuenne. Winner - Best Narrative Short, Cleveland Int'l Film Festival, Winner - Jury Award, Gen Art Chicago Film Festival, Winner - Audience Award, Hawaii Int'l Film Festival, Winner - Best Short Comedy, Breckenridge Festival of Film, Winner - Crystal Heart Award, Best Short Film & Audience Award, Heartland Film Festival, Winner - Christopher & Dana Reeve Audience Award, Williamstown Film Festival, Winner - Best Comedy, Dam Short Film Festival, Winner - Best Short Film, Sedona Int'l Film Festival. (16:23)
 
Found by ronna_37 in Short Film
December 6, 2009 at 11:34 AM
 
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Piz Palu - Famous Silent Film
From awesomestories.com
Before Leni Riefenstahl was a director and film maker, she was an actress who starred in several movies.  One of her most talked-about acting performances was in the still-famous silent film, Piz Palu,* a mountain-climbing adventure directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst and Arnold Fanck.  (8:22)


A segment of that film is featured in this clip, from "Cinema Europe: The Other Hollywood," a 1995 documentary by Kevin Brownlow and David Gill (regarding Europe's silent films).  Kenneth Branagh is the narrator.
 
Found by Donna_Strobel in Silent Film
April 19, 2010 at 05:37 PM
 
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Paddle To The Sea - Classic Children's Film - Part 3 of 3
From YouTube
The 1966 film version seen here was eventually nominated for an Academy Award two years later in 1968, for Best Short Film, because it was so beautifully done by the director - Canadian naturalist, master canoeist, artist and filmmaker Bill Mason. 

This story (both book and film version) has been loved by generations of school children for decades as they learn about the history of the Great Lakes region of North America while they follow the exciting adventures of a brave toy Wooden Indian in his tiny but sturdy Canoe (hand carved by a Native Canadian boy from Nipigon Country). PART 3 of 3

 
Found by ronna_37 in Short Film
November 17, 2009 at 11:40 PM
 
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September 11 - Film by Jules and Gedeon Naudet
From awesomestories.com, produced by CBS
In 2001, Gedeon and Jules Naudet were filming a documentary about a young New York City firefighter from Engine 7, Ladder 1.  While Jules was at the scene of a gas leak, the first attack on the World Trade Center took place. (58:32)  Jules (who was still learning his craft) filmed Flight 11 as it crashed into the North Tower.  In this clip, from an interview with Charlie Rose, Jules and his brother relate what happened on the September 11th morning when America was attacked.
 
Found by Donna_Strobel in Survivors
April 19, 2010 at 06:02 PM
 
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Checkmate (silent film)
From Vimeo, produced by Alexandra Pexider, Antonia Knall, Bettina Pacher
A silent film which shows the final moves in a chess game played by kids. This is a modern day silent film with music. (01:53)
 
Found by Donna_Strobel in Silent Film
May 7, 2010 at 07:32 PM
 
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Paddle To The Sea - Classic Children's Film - Part 2 of 3
From YouTube
The 1966 film version of Paddle to the Sea, seen here, was eventually nominated for an Academy Award two years later in 1968, for Best Short Film, because it was so beautifully done by the director - Canadian naturalist, master canoeist, artist and filmmaker Bill Mason. 

This story (both book and film version) has been loved by generations of school children for decades as they learn about the history of the Great Lakes region of North America while they follow the exciting adventures of a brave toy Wooden Indian in his tiny but sturdy Canoe (hand carved by a Native Canadian boy from Nipigon Country).  THIS IS PART 2 of 3
 
Found by ronna_37 in Short Film
November 17, 2009 at 11:37 PM
 
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Macbeth: The Film
From pbs.org, produced by PBS
Following a London West End run in December 2007, a sold-out limited engagement at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in March 2008, and an eight-week run on Broadway, director Rupert Goold's stage production of Macbeth was filmed for television at the end of 2009 with Patrick Stewart in his Tony-nominated performance as the ambitious general, and Tony-nominated Kate Fleetwood as his scheming wife. This video is from the Great Performances series on PBS that originally aired in November of 2010. (02:41:52)
 
Found by begamatt in Macbeth
February 5, 2011 at 07:11 PM
 
Ages: 15 - 18     License: Proprietary
 
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12:12 (short film)
From YouTube, produced by Jeremy Cathey
Synopsis; They say that 11:11 is the time to make a wish. If that is so, what would be special about 12:12..? This short film shows the weird, odd and unusual events that happen to a young man when the clock strikes 12:12. Enjoy!
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VideoInformation; This is my first major attempt at creating a creepy type of film, and I hope the video does give out a weird feeling. You'll probably never look at the time of 12:12 the same way again. I hope you like it!
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Music Made By Yours Truly - Jeremy Cathey
 
Found by Donna_Strobel in Short Film
May 8, 2010 at 07:25 AM
 
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What Makes Citizen Kane the Best Film Ever Made
From 5min, produced by FORA TV
Why Is Citizen Kane Considered the Best Film Ever - The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, in partnership with the Huntington - USC Institute on California and the West, is pleased to present this major conference exploring the history of Hollywood and the film industry in the critical decades between World War I and World War II. In this video, Leo Braudy and David Thomson discuss the attributes of Citizen Kane that make it such a legendary motion picture. (03:43)
 
Found by teresahopson in History Of Film
July 21, 2011 at 11:33 AM
 
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Symbolism in Film
From YouTube
A symbol is something such as an object, sound, picture, or written word that represents something else. This video addresses symbolism used in film.  (05:27)
 
Found by begamatt in Symbolism
March 1, 2012 at 10:59 AM
 
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The History of the Film Industry in California
From 5min, produced by KVIE Public Television
The History of the Film Industry in California - Learn how the film industry developed in Sacramento, California. (06:23)
 
Found by teresahopson in History Of Film
July 21, 2011 at 11:19 AM
 
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William Shakespeare: A Short Biography
From YouTube
A short Power Point biography with subtitles gives facts and identifies some of his most famous plays. Set to music (theme from the film Love Story) with no narration.  Random illustrations from books, films, productions.  No sources given.  (1:52)
 
Found by angeland in Shakespeare, William
July 11, 2009 at 12:03 PM
 
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Film Recitation of "Nothing Gold Can Stay" Poem by Robert Frost in "The Outsiders"
From YouTube, produced by Gian-Carlo Coppola, Associate Producer
In the 1983 film production, The Outsiders, directed by Francis Ford Coppola, Ponyboy recites Robert Frost's poem, "Nothing Gold Can Stay," to Johnny as they stand beneath the golden sunset of a wide prairie sky.  (00:51)
 
Found by ronna_37 in Frost, Robert
July 12, 2009 at 08:12 AM
 
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Subordinating Sally Film About Subordinating Conjunctions.
From YouTube, produced by Bunk Studios
A lesson in subordinating conjunctions presented as a short Film.  This is non-speaking film with music in the background and speaking voices shown as text on the bottom of the screen.   Coordinating conjunctions are shown in the dialog in the film.
 
Found by grazianione in Subordinating Conjunctions
February 8, 2010 at 03:42 PM
 
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About the Film "What's on Your Plate?"
From biggreentv.com, produced by BigGreenTV
In “What’s on Your Plate,” Sadie and Safiyah, who are two eleven-year-old, African-American city kids, go on this journey to understand their place in the food chain. The film is inspired by them looking at food and going around to stores and seeing, “Where does this food come from?” Like, “Why are we getting potatoes from Canada, when there are potatoes grown 100 miles away?” And along the way they talk to farmers and food activists and policy makers and, most importantly, their peers. 
 
Found by BigGreenTV in Sustainable Farming
February 10, 2011 at 01:35 PM
 
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Hamlet: The Film
From pbs.org, produced by PBS
Watch the film adaptation of Hamlet, originally broadcast on April 28, 2010, from the Great Performances series on PBS. The video includes excellent performances with grand stage setting and is a production from the Royal Shakespeare Company featuring David Tennant and Patrick Stewart. (03:05:52)
 
Found by begamatt in Hamlet
February 5, 2011 at 06:53 PM
 
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MIDWAY JOURNEY - Plastic Beach Pollution
From YouTube, produced by Manual Maqueda
In the Greek mythology, Sisyphus was a king who was cursed to roll a
huge boulder up a hill, only to watch it roll back down, and to repeat
this throughout eternity.

A beach cleanup on Midway Atoll made us feel just like Sisyphus.

There
are millions of tons of plastics present in our oceans, and these are
constantly fragmenting into smaller and smaller pieces which are
scattered throughout the water column and present, in different
densities, throughout all the worlds oceans.




Contrary
to what many people believe, there are no visible islands of trash
anywhere --even if some areas, the gyres, accumulate higher densities of
plastic pollution. In actuality, what is happening is much more complex
and scary: our oceans are becoming a planetary soup laced with plastic.


To make thing worse, these tiny pieces of plastic are extremely
powerful chemical accumulators for organic persistent pollutants
present in ambient sea water such as DDE's and PCB's. The whole food
chain, from filtering invertebrates to marine mammals are eating plastic
and /or other animals who have plastic in them. This means that we
are. Like the albatrosses on Midway, we carry the garbage patch inside
of us.

Cleaning up this mess is not feasible, technically or
economically. Even if all the boats in the world were put to the task
somehow, the cleanup would not only remove the plastics but also the
plankton, which is the base of the food chain, and is responsible for
capturing half of the CO2 of our atmosphere and generating half of the
oxygen we need to breathe.

But even if this problem was solved
too somehow, the amount of plastic that we could capture, at an immense
cost, would be a drop in the bucket as compared to the amount that flows
into the ocean every day.

No matter how hard we push, in terms
of technology or money, the boulder will be rolling back down the hill,
throughout eternity, unless we stop putting more plastics into our
environment.

The good news is that we can do this. We can do
this now. We need to start a social movement that spreads virally and
creates a critical mass of concerned citizens who pledge to move away
from our disposable habits, and who raise their voice to reject and
reverse a throwaway culture that might be profitable, but whose
consequences are intolerable.

Filmed and edited by: Jan Vozenilek http://www.CopperSkyProductions.com

Written and narrated by: Manuel Maqueda http://www.manuelmaqueda.com/

Music by: Christen Lien http://www.itsnotaviolin.com
 
Found by PositiveLIFEcycle in Plastic
February 7, 2011 at 01:36 AM
 
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Women in Film: A Short History of Women's Faces in Film
From YouTube
A succession of women's faces morphing into each other, covering film styles from the Silent Film era to the 21st century. There is no text to explain who these women are. (2:26)
 
Found by raa1399 in Actresses
July 10, 2009 at 01:12 PM
 
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Introduction to Haiti (Vintage Film)
From YouTube, produced by Mary Darling
This vintage film is an introduction and brief history of Haiti which was filmed in 1942. The film contains many informational tidbits such as: Haiti means 'land of the mountains'. (The Native-Americans who were here before European explorers named the land.) Suitable for upper elementary to high school students.
 
Found by teresahopson in Haiti
January 13, 2010 at 10:05 PM
 
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How Sound Changed Film
From 5min, produced by FORA TV
The Coming of Sound to Hollywood - The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, in partnership with the Huntington - USC Institute on California and the West, is pleased to present this major conference exploring the history of Hollywood and the film industry in the critical decades between World War I and World War II. In this video, Richard Schickel discusses how the coming of sound changed film forever. (04:31)
 
Found by teresahopson in History Of Film
July 21, 2011 at 11:23 AM
 
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Music For Silent Films
From meetmeatthecorner.org, produced by meetmeatthecorner.org
This video features an interview with Ben Model, a silent film historian.  He describes how music was used to show suspense, humor, and romance in silent films.  ( 3:45)
 
Found by michellehoggard in 20th Century
September 29, 2011 at 12:44 PM
 
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