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’KS1 Literacy’ provides the opportunity to view the short, live-action film ‘Dangle’, and to find out from writer/director, Phil Traill, what went into making the film.

Phil Traill talks about where the idea for the film came from and how the script evolved. He also describes the process of creating a storyboard and the decisions behind the use of different camera shots.

In ‘Dangle’, sound plays a very important role although there's no dialogue and no music. There are also some very clever special effects.

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ksgmle

5 months ago
5

A really interesting clip to inspire writing. The interview with the writer director gives a good insight into the film.

Ossie101

8 years ago
5

Have used this clip several times in KS1 and KS2. Kids loved it and the work was great quality. Thanks.

robber red

8 years ago
5

Thank you what a motovating and inspiring resoursce- my class loved this

elpheba

9 years ago
5

My daughter loved this from her school and I'm planning to use this to teach journalism articles.

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