After going through the steps of the Movie Maker software, we were given a video camera and we had to work as a team to create a script, storyboard, shots, angles etc. for our film. We then showed the raw footage on a SmartBoard and from there, Quentin showed us some editing techniques to come up with the final product. It was interesting to note that an hour's worth of filming was condensed to less than a minute. It makes you really appreciate the time and effort it takes to make a movie and how important editing is in the whole process. I've enclosed a copy of our "short" call "Silky Suds". It was a lot of fun but a class that you really need to spend more than one day. We may not be the next Martin Scorsese or Quentin Tarantino, but it's a start!