Students will gain some understanding of the process necessary for creating movies, practice brainstorming, learn to develop one concept or idea, break it down, and reassemble it to form a final product.
Students will practice collaboration using cooperation, use a variety of art techniques, mediums, and skills, gain a greater understanding of the creative process through brainstorming, creating multiple sketches, and then developing one complete, quality work of art to contribute to the collaborative project.
Students will also be exposed to the possibility of creating movies as a career, as well as explore other art related careers. In addition to the above, this project can be integrated with other academic subjects to create an interdisciplinary lesson which functions as an educational tool for the visual arts as well as language arts, history, science, cultural awareness, or virtually any other elementary subject.
Little Director has received an overwhelming positive response from both the public sector (key administrators in: Public Schools and Education systems, Department of Parks and Recreation, Children's Museums) and in the private sector (Museums, Art Institutes, Celebrities and Extended learning centers and private individuals). This wide acceptance confirms the hunger for this type of animation service in the public market place and the benefits that investors can expect in high growth and profits for providing it!