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Source Code B46 is a course for K-5 students that helps them transform a written story into an animated movie by software coding. They recently had a screening of films selected as the best in their class by peer review - the best few films from each class was screened at Otronicon and rated by a panel of judges on: statement of problem, plot, animation and creativity. The films were created by students in 3rd, 4th and 5th grade in Central Florida during a 16-week course taught one hour at a time. This interview features Kyle C Steele and Sarah Stack, co-founders of the company, as well as a quick comment from fellow judge Bethany Borden of Orlando indie game studio Outhouse Games. We also play the inspirational radio play by vision-impaired third-grader Addison, titled "A Very Hard Project".

"they're excited about making the movie... we do it around storytelling."

One of my favorite films from the Source Code B46 screening at Otronicon this year was by a 4th grader at Lakemont Elementary. There were some amazing films, and you can watch them all on the student movie nominees page.

Please listen to our next episode, where we will be featuring an interview with Kyle Steele and Sarah Stack, two co-founders of this amazing educational program.


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