Wild Shorts: Life in a Rockpool
Local families produced this short film at a fun wildlife film making activity day at Braunton Countryside Centre. The event was organised by North Devon Moving Image as part of the Wild Shorts project.
The children aged between 4 and 9 and their parents used the resources in the Countryside Centre to research their film. They created rockpool creature puppets and wrote their own scripts, learning their lines and rehearsing presenter links and voiceovers. Then, with some TV magic using an iPad and greenscreen, recorded and edited Life in a Rockpool.
The family wildlife film making workshop was part of North Devon Moving Image's Wild Shorts project which is funded by North Devon Coast AONB, Fullabrook and Tarka Countryside Trust.Visit the competition page to find out how to enter the Wild Shorts wildlife and environment film making competition.
With many thanks to Mary and John Breeds at Braunton Countryside Centre for their support with this event.