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Summer at Woodstock – Media and Story telling

Learn the art of story-telling

The Media & Storytelling course is designed to help students learn the basics of the art of creating a story and then exploring the visual medium in telling it. We will talk about what a story is, what are the key ingredients for making an engaging story and finally, how can we tell a story visually using basic video shooting & editing techniques. We will also take time to watch a cross-section of films- fiction, documentaries, animations et al.

 

What’s exciting about your course for students?

Unlike a classroom lecture, the course by virtue of its very subject, is going to be interactive and exploratory.

 

What will participants come away with at the end?

The students will get an opportunity to create a visual product that they can add to their portfolio, should they choose ‘Communications’ as a field of higher studies.

 

What would you say to prospective students?

You perhaps don’t realize that you have been listening to and creating stories since the day you were born. If you learn to take the story apart and put it back together, like a sort of Story Engineer, you will have learnt an essential skill that will hold you in good stead in any field of studies or work that you choose in life. To be able to tell it visually, will make it even more effective.

Age Range: 14-18

Course Timings: 50 hours of instruction

Faculty

Arti Jain, Filmmaker

Arti Jain is an award winning filmmaker with over two decades of media experience in a variety of media formats – from radio to TV to mobile apps.