The artistic and cultural education of children begins with awareness at an early age. The unique insight of the Super 8 Club is to show “the upside of the scenery,” to make children understand that there is something behind the screen and that this “something” is a large team of people who work together in a single objective: to make a movie!
At Etosoto, we offer an experience where children learn all the steps of making a film in a fun way! The Formentera framework allows you to shoot outdoor scenes, remake Jaws or Nemo, dance on the beach like children lost in Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom, and so much more. While our team teaches the children – always in a creative and recreational spirit – parents can have a wonderful holiday! Gari Kikoine, who conducts this session, controls all the work positions: writing, video editing, sound, light, directing, acting, editing. This allows the children a very complete initiation. As a souvenir, they leave with several small films. All sessions take place during school holidays. (Trailer 1 – Trailer 2 – Trailer 3)
Gari is a young French actor and director. He has made several short films, video clips and ads and understands children’s feelings for cinema. Always smiling, he will delight kids by introducing them to the culture of cinema with experiences and role-playing.
Awakening of new talents
In one week, the children explore all the roles included in a professional filmmaking team—an initiation that allows a real approach to the cinema while spending a holiday in fun and vital unique moments. These discoveries can bring about creative vocations!