In this animation that Motoko produced for Filmhuis Den Haag, the viewer gets a glimpse into the minds of youngsters who talk about the importance of film.
Filmhuis Den Haag has a broad programming and years of experience in film and media education. Media skills are essential to our quickening visual culture. Through movies, TV and online videos children receive more image information than ever before, with about 25 frames per second.
Through workshops and viewings in schools and Filmhuis Den Haag, students gain insight into the functioning and impact of film, media and visual culture. How to make a movie? How do you interpret footage? What is fiction and what is real? To bring this message to the young visitors of Filmhuis Den Haag, Motoko developed a concept and made an animation, in which the youngsters tell the importance of film in their own words.
Filmhuis Den Haag
Leendert van der Plas
Senne van Marissing
Charis, Axel, Luuk, Vito, Wallace, Marissa, Raphaëlle, Sacha, Kaj, Sam, Bowien, Nikki, Sophia, Doriesa, Thijmen, Boran, Levi, Nora, Indy, Bruno