Students & Mentors Create Movies to Preserve InterviewsThe past few classes have consisted of experimentation with iMovie and our movie-making skills. This has proved both tricky and rewarding. We have been very thankful to have our technology students to help us work out the kinks throughout the process!
visual preservation of our interviewee's stories.
Student groups are making two different types of movies. Talkie-style movies will highlight conversation from the interview video and Ken Burns-style movies will include voiceover from the students and a collage of pictures helping to support the theme of the movie. This process has included making storyboards, highlighting, and marking up transcripts and nailing down a theme for the movie to develop and grow from.
online databases. It is such an honor to participate in active oral history recording and in safekeeping stories for future generations.