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AS coursework main task intro
AS coursework main task intro
AS coursework main task intro
AS coursework main task intro
AS coursework main task intro
AS coursework main task intro
AS coursework main task intro
AS coursework main task intro
AS coursework main task intro
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  • 1. AS Coursework Foundation Portfolio Main Task
  • 2. Specification
    • Main task: the titles and opening of a new fiction film, to last a maximum of two minutes. All video and audio material must be original, produced by the candidate(s), with the exception of music or audio effects from a copyright-free source .
    • Both preliminary and main tasks may be done individually or as a group. Maximum four members to a group.
  • 3.
    • Level 4 48 - 60 marks
    • There is evidence of excellence in the creative use of most of the following technical skills:
    • holding a shot steady, where appropriate;
    • framing a shot, including and excluding elements as appropriate;
    • using a variety of shot distances as appropriate;
    • shooting material appropriate to the task set;
    • selecting mise-en-scen e including colour, figure, lighting, objects and setting;
    • editing so that meaning is apparent to the viewer;
    • using varied shot transitions and other effects selectively and appropriately for the task set;
    • using sound with images and editing appropriately for the task set;
    • using titles appropriately.
  • 4. Mark Scheme
    • Planning and research 20 marks
    • Construction 60 Marks
    • Evaluation 20 Marks
    • TOTAL 100 Marks
  • 5. Use of technology
    • Implicit in the Planning, Research and Evaluation elements is a demonstration of the use of new technologies
      • Blog
      • Vimeo
      • Software
      • Podcasts
      • Directors cuts
      • etc
  • 6. Foundation Production in practice
    • Theory
    • Looking at opening sequences
    • Looking at student work
    • Planning
    • Aim to be researched and planned by end of November
    • Rough cut for 1st marking by Xmas
    • Evaluations completed by Mid February
  • 7. KLD from Feb onwards
    • Institutions & audiences
    • New media and the media industry
    • Other half of paper G322
    • Main focus will be newspapers
    • But will be wide ranging
  • 8. Research and planning
    • Research into the various elements of the opening sequence
    • Titles
    • Narrative content
    • Editing, especially pace
    • Soundtrack
  • 9. Activity
    • In groups of 3 or 4, make a list of the main elements of a 2 minute opening sequence, under
    • Titles
    • Narrative content
    • Editing
    • Soundtrack
  • 10. Considerations
    • Does the genre of film influence the the O/S?
  • 11. Watch this 2 minute O/S
    • Mississippi Burning (1988)
    • Dir Alan Parker
    • Discuss
  • 12. Operational issues
    • Choose your partners - teams of 3 or 4
    • Set up a blog
    • Names and candidate numbers in header
    • Set up pages
      • Research
      • Planning
      • Diary
      • Construction
      • Evaluations
  • 13. AS Coursework Foundation Portfolio Main Task

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