The intermediate pack has two much more fleshed out projects. Bingo Night is 17 scenes of editing, while Born on the Island contains just a mountain of b-roll and interviews to comb through. Still, these projects have no major filming problems and mostly basic coverage. This is a good challenge for an intermediate editor.
Bingo Night EDU: Bingo Night has a great progression of dialog scenes that start with two people in a room, then three, and finally four characters who all have speaking roles. This is a great challenge. Plus, the last 10 scenes of the film need to be intercut, teaching the valuable lesson of parallel action.
Born on the Island EDU: Born on the Island has a multitude of interviews, and a large b-roll collection. This is a great project for schools because the story has diverse characters who tell an important national story.
Valley Boys EDU: This one is just fun. High energy, low pressure. This music video should be offered to students as a reward for the hard work they put in on Bingo Night.
Intermediate Challenge projects Born on the Island and Valley Boys were given a G rating by EditStock because none of the projects contain adult language, violence, or adult themes. We believe that these films are appropriate for all high school and college audiences. Bingo Night was rated R for language, but the story line is not adult.
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