Now it's your turn!
1. Brainstorm a story you would like to film.
It can be a scene from a public domain or creative commons book, a family story, a day in the life of yourself or someone, a sporting event, a public service video about a cause important to you... etc.
---Decide on your characters, setting, a problem, the events that will happen, and how the problem will be solved.
** The film you will be creating and sharing should be no more than 5-6 minutes long.
**Do not share any identifying images, names, or personal information without permission from a parent.
2. Create a story board with a shot-sheet to organize your story, script, and filming details. You may print and use the template provided below or draw your own.
3. Share a photo or scan of your storyboard/ shot-sheet with someone and/or share on social media by clicking "share your work" in the navigation menu.
A note about copyright-
If you plan to use a script or adapt a story or scene written or made by someone else you will need to consider copyright laws.
This chart below will help you identify what resources are legal to use in your production.
Usually if it is listed as "Public Domain" you can use or re-use the resource for any purpose. Some resources may require attribution. This just means you need to identify or cite where the resource came from.
For example this chart is from: ext4.wordpress.com