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Let’s All Make PechaKuchas
When host Will DiGravio recently asked listeners of the THE VIDEO ESSAY PODCAST (thevideoessay.com/2020/04/13/episode-13-scout-tafoya/) for feedback on the show, Ariel Avissar wrote in and suggested we all begin making small videos together. What better place to start than the videographic exercises Jason Mittell, Christian Keathley, and Catherine Grant developed for the Scholarship in Sound & Image Workshop at Middlebury College? At the workshop, the first exercise participants are asked to make is a Videographic PechaKucha. Here’s a description from The Videographic Essay: Practice and Pedagogy**, an open access, multimedia website by Mittell, Keathley and Grant:
“The first assignment was a new form of videographic expression that we invented for the first workshop: the Videographic PechaKucha. A typical PechaKucha is an oral presentation format that has strict parameters for the timing of slides: 20 slides lasting exactly 20 seconds, each auto-playing, resulting in a presentation lasting precisely 6:40. The concept behind such strict but arbitrary presentational parameters is to force presenters to adhere to a rapid pace of a ‘lightning talk’, while creating a uniform rhythm for visual materials. The effect is that every PechaKucha feels similar on one level, but allows for great creative variation within this uniform rhythm and structure.
Our videographic variant consisted of 10 video clips of precisely six seconds each, coupled with a continuous minute-long audio segment, all from the same film. This 1-minute video proved to be an ideal first assignment because its limited scope allowed participants to become familiar with some of the basics of video editing, while also enabling them to make new discoveries about their films through their search for clips and to experience new revelations through image/sound juxtapositions.“
In summary, your homework is:
1. Find one movie/TV episode/media object.
2. Upload the file to whatever video editing software you use.
3. Find ten, six-second video clips and line them all up however you like.
4. Pair the clips with one minute of continuous audio.
5. Export the file.
6. Upload the file to Vimeo or YouTube.
7. Email Will the link (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Tweet @videoessaypod or @willdigravio.
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