Preschool students use senses in film literacy program

02/15/2013 | Martha's Vineyard Times (Mass.), The

Children ages 3 to 6 are learning film literacy by watching short films, making observations with all their senses and discussing the elements of filmmaking in classes offered by The Martha's Vineyard Film Festival at the public library in Oak Bluffs, Mass. "Instead of having film watching be a passive experience, we want kids to be really engaged in it and bring the same curiosity and critical eye to watching films as they do in reading books," Lindsey Scott, the festival's director of children's programs, said.

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