Category Archives: Filmmaking

Introduction to Psychology Using Film

by KellyAnn Bonnell, MA A few years ago I was struggling with my Psychology 101 class at a local community college. I had always specialized adult reentry alternate delivery classes however this time found myself teaching a morning weekday class. … Continue reading

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ISSUES OF U.S. COPYRIGHT LAW RELATING TO THE USE OF MOVIES IN THE CLASSROOM

Classrooms in Public Schools and Nonprofit Educational Institutions: Rented or Purchased Movies May Be Played By Teachers Without a License by James A. Frieden, Esq. www.teachwithmovies.org Section 110(1) of Title 17 of the United States Code grants a specific exemption … Continue reading

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Syfy’s Eureka Season 4 Teacher’s Media Guide is here

The Syfy Channel has several series that engage our youth population with their fanciful story lines. One of my favorites is Eureka. Now that I’ve started to do Teacher Media Guides for television series Eureka was a logical next choice. … Continue reading

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Hermione Granger: The Heroine Women Have Been Waiting For

Laura Hibbard Assistant Editor, Social News, Huffington Post Back in the day, I thought Belle was hardcore. Before you make your judgments, let’s take a look at some of the only other women role models I had to choose from … Continue reading

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SchoolTube…yeah I’m more excited than I should be

Youtube is great for alot of things but there are some logistical issues in relation to classroom projects that aren’t possible there. That’s where Schooltube comes in. SchoolTube.com is the nation’s largest K-12 moderated video sharing website that provides students … Continue reading

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New Contest from Sprint Invites Consumers to Create Their Own Epic Mini Movies for Chance at $25,000 Grand Prize as Chosen by Acclaimed Movie Director

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (BUSINESS WIRE), October 04, 2010 – As part of the new “Epic Mini Movies” advertising campaign featuring the Samsung Epic™ 4G smartphone, Sprint (NYSE:S) today launched a new element of the campaign – a national contest that … Continue reading

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Resources for New Media in the Classroom

I’ve been thinking about new media and its role in educating digital natives alot lately. Perhaps its the work I’m doing currently with the Arizona Student Film Festival. Perhaps it is my frustration that I found the One Day On … Continue reading

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10-10-10

Today started like any other day but its not. It’s 10-10-10. It’s the last binary day of the month – until tomorrow that is. It’s significant to some because of its numerical repetition. It is significant to others because of … Continue reading

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