1. Invite professional filmmakers to talk about their job. Make sure to ask a lot of questions.
2. Play with a camera, but don’t break it.
3. Pretend to be an actor or a cameraman.
4. Watch and appreciate an old film played by through a vintage camera. (Optional but highly recommended!)
5. Make a simple story to film.
6. Practice lines and act in front of the camera. It’s okay to be shy at first. You’ll get the hang of it.
7. Enjoy filming, but also take breaks.
8. Celebrate after finishing the shoot.
9. Let the professionals do the editing and other technical stuff.
10. Watch your film with your loved ones.
Look at the pictures of the filmmaker visit here.
Special thanks to Daddy Jim Lumbera and his filmmaker friends!