Tag Archives: film education

Film Education Journal

The online open access Film Education Journal (FEJ) was launched on 20th June 2018. DARE has been closely involved – with Andrew Burn and Mark Reid as co-editors, and Michelle Cannon and John Potter as editorial board members. This group has been working with the General Editor, Jamie Chambers and UCL IOE Press, to bring the journal to life and

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Filmmaking out of the box? Making media with touchscreen devices

Young filmmaker and iPad

Two members of the DARE Collaborative, John Potter and Theo Bryer, were recently involved in researching an after-school filmmaking project with children in year 5 (aged about 10) and year 8 (aged about 13). They worked with filmmakers, Xube, in a school in East London in work funded by Into Film to explore the ways in which touchscreen devices might

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DARE at the International Media Education Summit in Prague

(A version of this post is also on the Children’s Media Foundation Research Blog, here) In November 2014 members of the DARE collaborative attended the CEMP – organised International Media Education Summit in Prague, where Prof Andrew Burn delivered a keynote.  Andrew, John Potter and Michelle Cannon later ran an event in the conversation strand discussing the following question: What

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MULTIMODALITY AND THE MOVING IMAGE: THEORY, PRACTICE, AND EDUCATION June 10th, 2014, London Knowledge Lab.  Theo van Leeuwen on animation, Andrew Burn on machinima, John Potter and Mark Reid on young people’s film-making. This seminar, jointly presented by MODE and DARE,  was presented to students, educators, researchers and academics working with film, television and animation. FLIER MOVING IMAGE   Of all

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