#Snapped: St. Stephens students study filmmaking with Penn State professor

    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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