Posts in Silent Film Workshops

Jade Beard April 2, 2018 at 10:47 am Silent Film Workshops No comments

An uptight kingdom ruled by an uptight king… His mischievous young daughter rebels and releases shadow tricksters. Lots of practical jokes and laughter ensues! Holy Trinity’s silent film is all about finding a balance between hard work and discipline, and fun and having a sense of humour. Holy Trinity have a brand new play area, […]

Jade Beard April 2, 2018 at 10:42 am Silent Film Workshops No comments

Edith Neville are located in the heart of Victorian history, situated only a street away from an old workhouse. Consequently, their lessons have revolved around the class- inequalities in Victorian society, specifically the treatment of children in the 19th century. Edith Neville’s 2016 silent film was set in a workhouse, so the real challenge for […]

Jade Beard April 2, 2018 at 10:41 am Silent Film Workshops No comments

Though they be but little, they are fierce! St Ann’s have been reading Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Year 4 taught the Film in Education Workshop team all about Bottom, the fairies, and the messy love story that revolves around magic. Eventually, an ‘after the happily-ever-after’ story was crafted, exploring the issues that lay behind-the-scenes in […]

Jade Beard April 2, 2018 at 10:36 am Silent Film Workshops No comments

Risley Avenue’s Year 4 have been learning all about ‘Sound’ in science. So, naturally, Film in Education embraced the irony and developed a silent film all around the theme of ‘sound’! It wasn’t easy, but thankfully Year 4 were imaginative and overcame the obstacle. As a class they decided that music was the way forward, […]