Planning&research

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Planning&research

  1. 1. Film opening...key features:-genre-narrative-character-atmosphere
  2. 2. Step 1:what’s the task?What’s the assessment?What’s the time frame?What’s the equipment?Task and assessment:Titles and opening of a new fiction film, up to 2minutes20 marks research and planning60 marks construction20 marks evaluationTime frame and equipment:Build your skillBuild your researchBuild your planningGive yourself time to shoot and editkeep evidence through out the whole process
  3. 3. Step 2:set up your blog and keepevidence of everything you do!Frame| shot description|location| date| time| actors|props.
  4. 4. Step3:Build up your skills-Sound-camera work-editing
  5. 5. step4:investigation-what do film openings like look?-what does other students work look like?-what do you need to know about titles?-how are you going to do something that stands out?
  6. 6. step5:brainstorm ideas-possible scenarios, for pitch/treatments.-25 word pitch-mood board treatment-peer and teacher feedback-realistic expectations- keep it simple-know the film but make the opening.
  7. 7. Step6:planning-experiments with camera and editing-recce shots of locations-examples of shots, costumes, props etc ontoblog-post it story board, animated, mood board-logistics planning- including risk assessments.
  8. 8. step7:The shoot-people, places, props costumes- rehearsing-equipment, jobs on the day-keeping a record of the process.
  9. 9. Step8:editing-all having a voice/ hand in it-importance of audio and titles-Foley-not just music-rough cut deadline and peer feedback.
  10. 10. step9:evaluation-sequences become seven taskssuggested task:nine framessplit screen comparisonideal target audience membertagged YouTube video

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