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The Mystery of the Missing Jewels

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Published on Dec 6, 2008

This video is really long (about 23 minutes or so) and you will need a little time to watch it. This was a full day camp for a week and we felt like we barely had anytime. Every kid wanted to work and only take the minimum time for lunch which was 1/2 hour. I loved working with this camp. Everyone had quite an vivid imagination strong work ethic. These kids had fun improving and working together to come up with ideas. They also took direction well and wanted to learn as much as possible about set positions as well as so terms involved in film making. The funnest part for me was working with the youngest of the group and explaining to her what a dolly was and how it would look on camera. Seeing her eyes light up as she learned was very gratifying. There are some inconsistencies in the film, but mind you it was myself and these kids doing this alone.

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