Category Archives: Film & Video Art

Film & Video Art

A Few Good Graphic Design Books

This list is found on David Airey ‘s blog. It could be shared with your students. The first one, It’s not how good you are but how good you want to be, is a particularly good book. It’s Not How

A Few Good Graphic Design Books

This list is found on David Airey ‘s blog. It could be shared with your students. The first one, It’s not how good you are but how good you want to be, is a particularly good book. It’s Not How

Stop Motion Music Video-Brendan

http://nofilmschool.com/2015/05/youve-never-seen-stop-motion-music-video-before This quick video and the behind the scenes helps to reiterate what it means to be innovative. Sometimes its painful and other times its amazing, but either way its a process of self discovery and learning. Watching the video

Stop Motion Music Video-Brendan

http://nofilmschool.com/2015/05/youve-never-seen-stop-motion-music-video-before This quick video and the behind the scenes helps to reiterate what it means to be innovative. Sometimes its painful and other times its amazing, but either way its a process of self discovery and learning. Watching the video

Teaching Tips – Sammie Byrd

This is for another university, but I thought it had some very basic but important tips for teaching. I think often times these things go over looked and we can become overwhelmed at times with different struggles we face in

Teaching Tips – Sammie Byrd

This is for another university, but I thought it had some very basic but important tips for teaching. I think often times these things go over looked and we can become overwhelmed at times with different struggles we face in

How to be a Filmmaker – Brendan Feltrup-Exum

http://nofilmschool.com/2015/02/finally-definitive-guide-how-to-be-a-filmmaker As I look back on what I learned and consider how I will teach in the future, some of these jokes are absurd but happen often. I think the key to everything at the end of the day is

How to be a Filmmaker – Brendan Feltrup-Exum

http://nofilmschool.com/2015/02/finally-definitive-guide-how-to-be-a-filmmaker As I look back on what I learned and consider how I will teach in the future, some of these jokes are absurd but happen often. I think the key to everything at the end of the day is

Using “Therefore” and “But” instead of “and then…”

https://vimeo.com/123759973 A short fun video about creating video essays that is a little abstract, but offects great advice on editing and storytelling.  Basically, think of your story as the argument for the idea or questions that you want to raise,

Using “Therefore” and “But” instead of “and then…”

https://vimeo.com/123759973 A short fun video about creating video essays that is a little abstract, but offects great advice on editing and storytelling.  Basically, think of your story as the argument for the idea or questions that you want to raise,

First and Final Frames – Brendan

I found this to be interesting in consideration on my research of first impressions and lasting memories. http://nofilmschool.com/2015/03/first-final-frames-famous-films-teach-good-filmmaking Looking at the first and final frame of a film can be a significantly impact the way of seeing your character change

First and Final Frames – Brendan

I found this to be interesting in consideration on my research of first impressions and lasting memories. http://nofilmschool.com/2015/03/first-final-frames-famous-films-teach-good-filmmaking Looking at the first and final frame of a film can be a significantly impact the way of seeing your character change

5 Ways to Make Class Discussions More Exciting

I am not sure how relevant this would play in a university class room but I found this very interesting. Gabe D. Photo credit: US Department of Education via flickr (CC BY 2.0) Classroom discussions have been a staple of

5 Ways to Make Class Discussions More Exciting

I am not sure how relevant this would play in a university class room but I found this very interesting. Gabe D. Photo credit: US Department of Education via flickr (CC BY 2.0) Classroom discussions have been a staple of