1. "Workers leaving the factory" a remake by Μουσικό Καρέ,original film by Lumiere brothers

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    H θεατρό-κινηματογραφική ομάδα "μουσικό καρέ" πριν γυρίσει το ταινιάκι με τον Charlie Chaplin (ή Τσάκι!) https://vimeo.com/album/891267/video/45968970 αποφάσισε να ξαναγυρίσει την πρώτη ταινία των αδελφών Lumiere, γιατί τους φάνηκε λίγο βαρετή...! Δείτε τις πρόβες τους & τα 3 διαφορετικά κομμάτια που διάλεξαν ως μουσική υπόκρουση ,στο στοιχειώδες μοντάζ που κάναμε...! visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEQeIRLxaM4 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Workers_Leaving_the_Lumi%C3%A8re_Factory http://www.institut-lumiere.org/

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    • Introduction to Iowa Media Literacy

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      Media Literacy is not one skill but many. At its core it is a set of critical thinking skills that help people to understand how the media work, what effects they have, and how to manage them to get the maximum benefits while minimizing potential risks. Iowa Media Literacy makes sense of how the media effects children, families and communities. Visit us at www.iowamedialiteracy.org

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      • Super Grrls of Seattle

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        Created in Reel Grrls' week long "Starring You!" camp, August 2012 Cast/crew: Fiona, age 12 / Lena, age 11 / Morgan, age 11 / Scout, age 11 Mentor: Leah

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        • Ninjaness

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          A film about a girl whose parents don't think she can achieve her goal of becoming a ninja. She follows her dreams anyway and becomes the greatest glitter ninja EVER! Created in Reel Grrls' week long "Starring You!" camp, August 2012 Cast/crew: Vivian, 11 / Tallulah, 12 / Kaila, 12 / Susana, 12 Mentor: Ari

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          • Grrl Power

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            This is a short film about four completely different people who all THINK they have girl power. But a twist in the end makes them realize what girl power really is. Created in Reel Grrls' week long "Starring You!" camp, August 2012 Cast/crew: Caden, age 12 / Carly, age 12 / Flannery, age 12 / Mercedes, age 12 Mentor: Shannon

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            • Dreams Can Come True

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              A girl who pursues her dreams, even though her friends don't want her to. Created in Reel Grrls' week long "Starring You!" camp, August 2012 Cast/crew: Claire, Samantha, Ruby, Lily

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              • The Road to Mississippi-Reclaiming Our History

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                Bronx Satellite Academy students traveled south to get the real story behind the Hollywood movie Mississippi Burning. By interviewing veterans of the Mississippi Freedom Summer of 1964, family members of slain civil rights workers, and the movie’s producer, the students were able to analyze the historical accuracy and impact of the popular movie.

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                • Millennials and News - FULL 11 MIN: How young people consume news

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                  The college students in "Millennials and News: How young people consume news" were in Paula Poindexter’s Journalism, Society, and the Citizen Journalist class in the School of Journalism at The University of Texas at Austin College of Communication. Poindexter is working to build news literacy among millennials, the generation born in the 1980s and 1990s. In her new book, "Millennials, News, and Social Media: Is News Engagement a Thing of the Past?" (Peter Lang Publishing), Poindexter explains why news lacks importance in the lives of millennials and what can be done before millennials turn away from news for good. "The news media, journalism schools and all stakeholders who care about having an informed society in the future must get involved if we are to avoid becoming a nation of news illiterates," Poindexter said. To view the short version of "Millennials and News: How young people consume news", visit https://vimeo.com/49413433. To view a video on "Millennials and News: What Kids Say About the News," visit vimeo.com/49395735.

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                  • PS 130 Media Literacy in Kindergarten

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                    21st Century Kindergartners show you what they know, and how they are building skills to participate in the emerging media landscape

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                    • Media Literacy and Ethical Persuasion

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                      This presentation was presented as part of the Integrate 2012 conference hosted by the WVU IMC program, http://integrate.wvu.edu Presented by Helena Angell- http://imc.wvu.edu/about/faculty/helena_angell 
Twenty-first century media literacy skills are key to understanding human communication. The proliferation of new media tools demonstrates how culture is shifting on a global scale. This workshop addresses how the conversation is changing as the paradigm evolves. Discussion includes basic theories, ethics and persuasion, cultural symbolism, and implications for future interaction.

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