Moviestorm Education enables anyone to make 3d animated videos on their school computer

A full suite of movie-making tools for teachers and students, that promotes engaging and collaborative learning.

With an explorative game-style interface, the software offers the full range of movie production tools; set design, character creation, direction, cameras & editing, supported by a massive library of animations and assets, catering for all projects.

Moviestorm provides a 3D animated video creation tool perfectly suited to creative film and media courses across all educational sectors. Additionally, the package enhances cross-curricular teaching and learning, energising subjects and students in a medium that resonates with the YouTube Generation.

 

In Use

  • A suite of tools that encourages teamwork and fun

  • Freely share assets, lesson plans and movies

  • Includes pre-made customisable sets, characters and movies

  • Flexible personalize options for props, characters and more

  • Import your own assets, including music, models and textures

  • No animation or artist skills required to be creative

  • No logistical limitations like normal film solutions

  • Standalone, or use as part of a toolchain

  • Supports flipped and blended learning

Learning Outcomes & Benefits

  • A tool for film and media courses

  • Higher production values, enhancing the viewer's enjoyment of the film lesson.

  • Cross-curricular - Useful for almost any course or subject

  • Fast film creation, with automated functionality and stock assets

  • Encourages collaborative learning, with students taking on different recognised production roles

  • Re-use existing video projects over time, saving time

  • Varied output options - project file, rendered video, or as a series of stills

  • Encourages storytelling

"My Level 2 student's work got moderated yesterday and their Moviestorm projects took all the plaudits. The moderator got very excited about Moviestorm, and all this resulted in helping most of my students get distinctions for their overall coursework."

Steve Thorne
Long Road Sixth Form College, UK