Youth Ocean Conservation Summit

Running Wild Media visited the Youth Ocean Conservation Summit held at Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium on 12/9/17 to support the hundreds of students in attendance to create their very own conservation project. This summit, backed by dozens of oceanic foundations, empowers conservation minded youths to take action and implement a passion project while connecting students with mentors and funding. 

Running Wild Media conducted several workshops on how to create a film to promote a project, how to create a film for an education camping and how to use film to persuade an audience to take action. 

The workshop consisted of students coming up with 5-6 questions they think a general audience would ask while watching a film about their projects. Then, the students were to plop those questions on a timeline where they thought they would come up in a short film. Lastly, the students used the timeline to create their storyboard for the short film.

 

 Co-founder Justin Grubb explains how to set up a timeline to help visualize the progression of the short film. 

Co-founder Justin Grubb explains how to set up a timeline to help visualize the progression of the short film. 

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