Sunday, November 09, 2008

The Most Dangerous Game...

Grace, my 14 year old, had to do an English project on a short story and she chose "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell. As an aspiring film director (she attends a technical high school and her major will hopefully be Television and Digital Media Production - we'll find out if she was accepted this week), she thought it might be fun to make a stop motion movie...using Legos! She is quite proud of her first attempt...and I have to say, so am I. I could never do something like this!

I'm still sewing...pictures later!

6 comments:

Darcie said...

And proud you both should be! The girl's got talent!!! Very fun...what an imagination!

Rosaline said...

Wow, great production. I was really engaged in watching the story play through. Great talent!

QuiltingFitzy said...

If possible, look into "Community Television" in your area. I used to be an Admin for a station in CA. We offered classes to learn how to volunteer to film and produce television, and even had a class in stop-animation with claymation. At our station, she could have taken classes and volunteer to film on any number of programs, a great opportunity. My dh learned so much, he's now on the crew of our local CBS affiliate.

Great job!

Libby said...

What a great job!

furiousBall said...

haha, that's awesome! tell her i said so please

i am very mary said...

That is SO much fun! Love the music choices:)