In the GameZone Kids, which is supervised by media educators from ComputerSpielSchule, Stuttgarter Jugendhaus Gesellschaft, Merz Akademie, Hochschule für Gestaltung, Kunst und Medien and Mobile Medienschule Stuttgart Ost (MoMO), children and young people can discover the gaming world every day and play together.
ITFS Minetest Workshops Computerspielschule X MoMO
Wednesday 05.05.2021 15:00 h to 17:00 h
Animal documentaries, film scenes and reports – the Mobile Medienschule Stuttgart-Ost and the ComputerSpielSchule Stuttgart invite you to a film workshop in the block-based game Minetest. Our offer on Wednesday revolves around the topic of filming and being filmed. Together we will build sets and stand in front of the camera as reporters or behind the camera as directors. Become part of the film crew and dive into the Minetest world!
From 12 years
“From the rough to the detail”
Friday 07.05.2021 15:00 h to 17:00 h
Every Friday, the ComputerSpielSchule Stuttgart, in cooperation with the Mobile Media School Stuttgart-East, hosts an open recreational event for young people in the block-based game Minetest. As part of the ITFS 2021, a special event will be offered this Friday, in which participants will collaboratively plan and implement the construction of a building. The highlight: The construction will be filmed and the building process will be presented in fast motion. We look forward to your participation!
From 8 years
Saturday 08.05.2021 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
With workshops on film and animation in the block-based game Minetest, the Mobile Medienschule Stuttgart-Ost and the ComputerSpielSchule Stuttgart invite you. Since we don’t know when cinemas can be visited again, we will quickly build our own thematically suitable film hall! In this offer for the whole family every helping hand is welcome. No matter if young or old, novice or professional – sign up and become part of ITFS 2021!
For the whole family ( recommendation from 8 years )
(Results of the Filmcrew Workshop)
(Results of the from the rough to the detail Workshop)
The workshops are led by media educators Chris Binder and Tammo Engelhard. They bring several years of experience in the fields of creative gaming, art and storytelling to the table and are well-versed in using Minetest as a virtual interaction and teaching space.
We love trick film!
In many facilities of the Stuttgarter Jugendhaus Gesellschaft you can participate in animation workshops all year round. What otherwise happens live on site, you can experience here quite simply from home. The Werkstatthaus offers you three stop-motion online sessions as part of ITFS 2021.
If you want to make your own animated films at home, then come to the sessions.
Thursday 6.5.2021 / 16:00 – 17:30 (with break)
Friday 8.5.2021 / 16:00 – 17:30 (with break)
Saturday 9.5.2021 / 13:00 – 14:30 (with break)
Please register via short mail for the dates at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Jitsi link to the stop motion session will follow as a reply! For the online sessions we use the opensource software Jitsi. There is a Jitsi app for Android and iOs. On PC and MAC, Chrome or Mozilla are recommended browsers. Please test internet speed + micro and audio once before chatting!
ITFS Stop Motion Online Session of Workshop House 2021:
You’ll shoot your own stop-motion clips & sketches using your characters, toys, play-doh, paper and fruit. In the process, you’ll learn how to make your own stop-motion movies.
All it takes is a smartphone or tablet with the Android/iOs app Stop Motion Studio (the free version is enough for the session) and of course your imagination!
Get your toys, play dough, crafts and coloring materials ready!
Send us your clips to: email@example.com
If your movie has become a larger file, you can use the website www.wetransfer.com to send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find more information, tips and videos at www.ideenwerkstadt.net.
You can also find all the films from 2020 here:
Wed. 05.05. + Thu. 06.05.. // both 14:00-17:00 // from 12 years onwards
The workshop provides an introduction to storytelling in pictures with or without text. The focus is on planning, structure and exercises in creating drawn stories or sequences, page layouts and characters.
Gametipps for Kids
We present you some great games.
Ready to Code
Ready to Code is a young association from Stuttgart, which is committed to inspiring girls and women for programming and technology with taster courses, workshops, networking events and hackathons.
ITFS Special MoMO on Air.
In the monthly radio show of the Mobile Media School Stuttgart East, this time everything revolves around the animation festival. Frida tests the new game of the Natural History Museum “Natureworld” for us, Mareike tells us how animated films are made, Alexander made his first podcast about Iron Man in the MoMO workshop and much more.
MoMO on Air broadcasts every 1st Thursday of the month from 3 to 4 p.m. on Free Radio for Stuttgart (www.freies-radio.de and 99.2 MHz)
NatureWorld @ Home
At the moment, unfortunately, no museum visit is possible. That is a great pity!
But: You can now bring the Natural History Museum Stuttgart to your home!
We have a few ideas for you:
Simply recreate the dioramas from Rosenstein Castle. All you need is an old shoebox and our graphics and pictures. We also have an example for you here. But in any case, let your own imagination run wild.
You can also print out our island “NatureWorld” and make a dice game out of it.
As game pieces you can take the animals or people that we have prepared for you, cut them out and glue them onto cardboard. Then glue the game fields as a path on the map with start and finish. On certain fields there are quiz questions that the players have to solve and may only continue when they have been answered. You can print out the questions as a pdf.
If you don’t like crafting, you are welcome to create your own stories and adventures that you experience on NatureWorld.
Write us a story about the pictures and characters, or make a stop-motion video with the characters. No matter what and how – be creative!
And very important: Send us your ideas, your games, your dioramas! Among the best stories and handicrafts we will raffle 5 family annual tickets for the Natural History Museum. The tickets will be valid from when the museum is allowed to reopen.
The ComputerSpielSchule Stuttgart is a meeting place for children, young people and adults on the subject of games. We offer workshops for school classes as well as media-pedagogical advanced training. In addition, you can usually visit the city media centre every Friday afternoon to learn more about game design, coding, 3D printing and virtual reality or simply to play games together. Due to the current situation we are unfortunately closed at the moment, so we offer individual advice at computerspielschule-stuttgart.de instead. Furthermore, we are working on online offers, especially together with LFK on the platform www.games-im-unterricht.de.
Mobile Medienschule Stuttgart Ost
At the Mobile Media School Stuttgart East (MoMO), children and young people learn everything about film, web, social media and games in open and free media workshops at four locations in the east of Stuttgart and put their own ideas into practice.
Das Mitte is the central address for young people in Stuttgart. Workshops, digital media, music, events, food & drink, sports & games, gaming and much more are available here 60 hours a week.