Filmmaking with Cellphones: A Workshop for Kids* with Coop Cooper

 

CELLPHONE WORKSHOP FOR KIDS!

SATURDAY, APRIL 18TH 2:30 p.m.
Join experienced filmmaker Coop Cooper as he shares his ideas and methods (both inside and outside) for young folks (recommended for ages 7-18 or kids at heart!) who want to make movies with their cell phones!   Bring your phone or tablet!

Coop will connect his iPad to a flatscreen TV then get everyone who can to download Instagram Hyperlapse and take a tour downtown using their phones as cameras and using the app to speed up footage.

This event will be held Downtown Tupelo – Tupelo Convention & Visitors Bureau and is FREE to those who attend!

 

Coop Cooper

Coop Cooper

Coop Cooper, AKA “The Small Town Critic, ” has the versatility of a Swiss Army knife when it comes to writing in the motion picture industry. He earned his BFA in Cinema at Southern Methodist University and an MFA in Screenwriting at the American Film Institute in Hollywood. He then applied his newly acquired skills to writing script coverage, movie reviews, entertainment-related articles and various screenwriting projects. After the events of 9/11, he decided to earn his Secondary Teaching Certificate and taught English, writing and screenwriting at North Hollywood High School for five years. Coop now lives in his native hometown of Clarksdale, Mississippi where he writes movie reviews for the Clarksdale Press Register, operates his movie-related website Smalltowncritic.com, aids film crews seeking to shoot feature films in in the Mississippi Delta, teaches workshops, films live music events, works on about a dozen screenwriting/film projects at a time and still manages to watch an average of 2 movies per day.

 

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