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Create a Movie


The most important thing is to plan your movie out ahead of time - create a script!
Here is an example of a storyboard and movie and attached below is a template you can print out.

Sites to create scripts & story boards:  

We have also attached the American Film Institute's Lights, Camera, Action packet.  This is a great resource to help teachers and students with the film making process.

1. iMovie & iDVD


This is software that is loaded on the iMacs in Lab 140.  You can create pretty professional looking videos with iMovie.

2. Windows Movie Maker

On our Windows PC's (Lab 141 and Lab 201), you can use Windows Movie Maker. This is a pretty easy program to use. Here are the main steps:
  1. Link to Overview of Windows Movie Maker layout (look at diagram to learn major parts of the screen)
  2. Link to video about importing video
  3. Link to editing video in movie maker
  4. Link to adding titles to your movie project
  5. Link to adding music to movie maker movie
  6. Link to export your movie


3.  PowerPoint 2010

New feature of Office 2010 - You can create a PowerPoint (Office 2010) and turn it into a Movie!
Check out the Example PowerPoint Physical Science project below.


4.  Use Webcam on Netbook to create Movie

Look for an attachment below for how to use the web cam on your netbook/laptop to create a video.


5.  Rubrics for Movie Projects

Rubric for Book Trailer Movie projects


6.  More to explore....

Check out this online tool:



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