Working on individual and group exercises outlined by a strict set of rules allows us to experiment with and understand the elements at play in this question of cinema. Over to you !
Filming a game: Choose a game or an aspect of play that you like. Film it in a documentary manner. This game or play can be played by one or more children, or even adults.
Improvising a game: Two children are thrown out of class by their teacher. They are put into a small space. However, the children make a game out of what they find there. Their bodies, the space and the objects in that space all play a part in the film.
Vertigo: Film a character who becomes disorientated during play. The character loose the sensation of space, time and balance. Film both the character and a representation of the sensations that they are experiencing.