St. Stephens Students learn film production techniques in preparation for the premiere of ‘Arapaho Truths,’ which will be played next week at an event.

This week, students from grades K-12 at St. Stephens are learning about different types of movie making. Students are learning three different styles this week which include a green screen, shadow puppetry and stop animation.

With each of these styles, they are re-telling and recreating through film traditional Native American stories. They are being taught by George Giglio, executive producer of ‘Arapaho Truths’ and Dr. William Diehl from Penn State University.


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