Educational tools

From sound to image, a serial game on sound at the cinema

From the age of 8

 

From sound to image is a serious game to understand sound in the cinema.

Let yourself be carried away by the voices, the music, the sound effects in the cinema and try to recognize how sounds are recorded in the cinema.

Sound Workshop, sound editing software on silent film

From 10 years old

 

Arte has developed Sound Workshop, a sound editing software for silent movies.

Choose a movie, sound effects, music and sounds and create your soundtrack.

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Anim 2.0, animation awareness software

Starting from 7 years old

 

Anim 2.0 is an animation awareness software developed by the Rencontres Audiovisuelles de Lille.

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CDRom Learning to read moving images Clothespins

How is the image composed? How are the sounds arranged? How is the montage structured? The Learning to Read Moving Images CD-ROM is intended for teachers and middle and high school students wishing to integrate cinematographic and audiovisual language into their teaching.

The CD-ROM allows to give some general tools on the filmic construction (frame, sound, image) and allows a sequential analysis of the film The clothespins Joël Brisse, which serves as a guide to this discovery.

The sequences can be used in their continuity or independently, and offer several sections (backstage creation, film analysis tracks ...), as well as tools to facilitate the use of the CD in an educational context.

Contacts

Sébastien DUCLOCHER

 

Coordinator of the Regional Pole of Cinema and Audiovisual Education

Follow-up of trainings, educational editions, website

Digital publication of Focales.org, the cinema and audiovisual education schedule in Auvergne

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Member of the National Selection, Lab, International and Young Audience Committees

 

 

s.duclocher@clermont-filmfest.org

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