Our Tween and Teen patrons made these videos in the the Fountaindale Public Library Studio 300 “Walking on the Moon” visual effects bootcamps. The youths used green screen videography and other digital tools to simulate a moonwalk. Enjoy their efforts in this video.
Recently, Studio 300 left the lower level and ended up outside in Winston Woods Park in Bolingbrook. Here we teamed up with our Outreach department and together we led a fun photo scavenger hunt for families. The clues stumped a few of our participants but in the end everyone completed the hunt and earned themselves a prize.
Catch us again alongside the bookmobile at Winston Woods Park in July.
After a long absence, Joe and Adriana return with this recap of the Summer 2015 movie season. There were some amazing choices in films this past summer and it’s time to find out which were Adriana and Joe’s top favorites.
Soon we’ll talk Halloween with a look back at some of the greats. As always please comment below to join in the discussion.
The Summer is heating up at the box office and Joe and Adriana are cooling off in the air conditioned theaters. In this episode they talk about the June 2015 Summer blockbuster releases including Jurassic World and Inside Out. Listen as they give you their opinions on the movies that are already out. Let us know what you have been watching. Join us in the discussion and leave your comments below.
It’s time for the Summer Blockbuster movie season. Join Adriana and Joe for this episode 13 with their sneak peak at all the upcoming releases. Be part of the conversation by adding your comments, too.
It’s that special time of year again: the sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and the popcorn smells delicious. The summer blockbuster movie season officially kicked off with Iron Man 3 – full of action, drama, and amazing visual effects. As this year’s blockbuster hits keep coming it will be interesting to see which films push the boundaries and bring stunning new digital effects to audiences.
Iron Man 3 in particular featured a unique effect near the end of the film showing Guy Pearce’s character’s skeleton within his skin. Perhaps you can use Studio 300 resources to recreate it? Or make your own blockbuster movie using the equipment, computers, software, and assistance that Studio 300 brings to Fountaindale Public Library patrons. We can’t wait to see what YOU create.
Meanwhile, the Studio 300 staff is eager to see what is coming to the screen this summer. And we hope you enjoy all the summer movies, too.