We produce acclaimed interactive resources to help students learn how to make movies and understand film language, for Primary (Key Stage 2) and Secondary school (Key Stage 3, GCSE, AS and A-level).
You can use them to teach Media Studies, Film Studies and Moving Image Arts; for teaching media languages and media literacy in English and Welsh; and for digital video making in ICT. You can also use them to support filmmaking in youth work and vocational education, and for independent study.
|Editsense||Making Movies Make Sense||Making Movies|
app for iPad
|Deall ffilmiau gwneud ffilmiau|
|11-19 years||8-14 years||8-14 years||8-14 years|
|Mac or PC||Mac and PC||iPad||Mac and PC|
|Four films to edit with standard video software||Interactive guide to using film with children and young people||Interactive guide to using film with children and young people||Welsh version of Making movies make sense|
|50-user £99||School licence £59.99 + carriage||20+ user £0.99 each||50 user £49|
|Single user (upgradeable) £26||No single user licence||Single user £1.99|
The iPad version includes the same main content as the desktop version, except for editable video clips. Printable resources can be accessed by download.
|Single user (upgradeable) £20|
- Lower prices from February 2011 on Editsense and Making movies make sense
- Simpler, better-value volume licensing