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  1. 1. Assignment 12 (ii) – Planning for Documentary Kaya Sumbland Gledis Dedaj Rahel Fasil Joanne Aroda
  2. 2. Structure For Whole SeriesEpisode: Introduction: Beginning: Middle: End: (First 2 Mins) (15 Mins) (15 Mins) (15 Mins) • Presenter talking about the - History of the Web: The - Statistics on the growing - Introduction to what whole documentary, the World Wide Web is a global number of people logging onto algorithms are and purpose - how social media communication tool social networking sites like how they work. ‘Social is controlling what invented by Tim Berners-Lee Facebook day by day. Media’ – information we receive, in in 1989. His initial proposal - How this has increased over - When algorithms were Facebook, YouTube, of the internet was rejected the years and why? became popular in The Google, Twitter. but later persevered. social networkingHegemonic - The different types of social sites. • Montage footage of people - How it has evolved: we can networking sites and whichPuppeteer interacting with different do more with the web now, ones are the most popular and - How algorithms are forms of media – people on we can share photos; why they appeal so much to used within social their iPads, iPhones, videos; interests and such a mass audience. networking sites. Blackberry’s, Laptops etc. thoughts. There are currently a lot more users, - Reasons why social media and - Why algorithms • E.g. internet, phones, TV… over a billion. social networking sites make promote a hegemonic Including establishing shot for the perfect tool used to form of social media of internet cafes (high - The way we communicate control certain ideologies or and how they are used angles, low angles), a has been revolutionised. products within society. (Their to subtlety control bedroom (with tech), train The main communication popularity aids their ability to individuals within station (people on phones) method was email before, reach a wide range of people.) society and control with close up of Wi-Fi but now we can have video what we see or dont connecting. conferences and send audio - For example some marketers see. messages. use certain social networking • Show case study of the boy sites or social media to who killed his mum - Interviews with older promote their products by mimicking the soap generation on their creating Pages for people to ‘Coronation Street’, with experiences of how the Web like on Facebook. archival footage of news has progressed. broadcast. - On most website pages a share or like button will appear.
  3. 3. Structure For Whole SeriesEpisode: Introduction: Beginning: Middle: End: (First 2 Mins) (15 Mins) (15 Mins) (15 Mins) - The different types of - This part will be about how - To argue the first 15 minutes - Following this will social Media platforms. the audience are fighting back and explore how we think we explore the use of Facebook, Twitter and with the ability to generate are being given various choices, technological ‘Social Instagram are their own information, doing however these choices are convergences, how it Media’ – communication and this we will show montage provided by higher powers who promotes and allows the sharing platforms. footage of people editing determine your search results. constant landscape of Fighting - The way that they use Wikipedias, scrolling though - E.g. ‘Online Dating’ : Your media to develop – the back algorithms to cater to and posting on their blog and match is determined for you. ways we are very vocal the individual varies. posting social news stories - So we will show someone filling and influential by Facebook ensures that - We will outline the statistics in online dating application ourselves in technology, your newsfeed is catered of the amount of people on form, using a public interview, but presenting a to your taste and what blogs, and the many different empathising with how they feel conclusion to weather you want to see is there types of blogs – highlighting about this opportunity social media is and easily accessible. the minority groups within - However, then we will have an hegemonic or Google search results are society being able to express expert explaining what they do democratic also catered to what themselves repeated with with their online form and how - Do this by showing how they believe you are social news – showing footage they chose their ideal partner, the use of iPads have interested in. They know of people ‘dig’ and ‘bury’ of who they are blocking out and developed – e.g the apps your interests from your Digg why and how ‘genius’ on the previous Google search. - We will go into detail, showing - We will have statistics on the iPad suggest and imply - How society is fighting how blogs are not consorted, success rates of those they what we should against a hegemonic showing the extent of what choose – and those who find download media platform. Through you can post, and why that love with people different to - Though ending with a blogs and Youtube should be able to happen themselves conclusion that we are channels created by though public interview, and always revolutionising ordinary people posting blog users interviews and and are becoming more their own views to a expert interviews as to why democratic large audience. nothing is censored
  4. 4. Structure For Whole SeriesEpisode: Introduction: Beginning: Middle: End: (First 2 Mins) (15 Mins) (15 Mins) (15 Mins) - How and if we are - Films : Used to install - How stereotypes - The news and how people influenced by the certain ideologies within have become have no control over what things we watch society or promote these hegemonic through is shown. It is seen as a ‘Film & through films and TV ideologies through someones dictation reliable source of Television’ (Listing some examples of our culture of script. information especially in examples, Star Wars in relation to others and government and Trilogy, The Batman what they see - This is liked to the terrorism case studies as Trilogy) propaganda used in they have no other - Examples of specific films WW1 and WW2 to sources to gain - How ideologies have that have influence the promote the Nazi information from. been integrated into world the most alongside Regime. our daily watchings with statistics. - What is shown on the (News, soaps, Dramas) (Clockwork Orange, news is specifically Triumph Of The Will, War chosen for a certain Of The Worlds) representation. Particularly in The London Riots when the news mainly showed footage of youths rioting when statistics show that the majority of looters were adults. Youths have a stereotypically negative image now
  5. 5. Choice of EpisodeThe episode we will focus on is…We chose this episode because…• It was intriguing of all our subtopics• It has a lot of evidence of a great revolution• It would be easiest to get footage for• It is the most current and ‘in’ topic in the 21st century• It’s the most progressive form of media
  6. 6. Structure for Episode Episode Introduction Introduction Beginning Middle End (1st 2 min) (1 min) ‘Revolution of The Web’ ‘Social Networking ‘Algorithms’ Sites’ • Presenter talking about • Presenter • First subtopic is the • We will show the ways the whole documentary, introducing the Revolution of the Web. sites such as social • Then the purpose - how social episode on social This will show a picture networking really do introduce media is controlling what networking animation where why a control your use on the algorithms information we receive, (Facebook, timeline will be used to go website and how they in Facebook, YouTube, YouTube and though the different times • We will compare the are a tool Google, Twitter. Twitter) including and revolutions within the ways Facebook used to subtlySocial • Montage footage of people interacting with statistics on how much people use web, across web 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0 ,Twitter, Vimeo, YouTube etc. influence control society.Media- different forms of media – people on their iPads, it • Show supporting • Web 1.0 includes the sociological theory on and manipulate what you see, what your • We will have The iPhones, Blackberry’s, footage of ‘upsurge’ & visuals of info exposed to and the expert Laptops etc. YouTube (Clips of coming in, but none accessibility to all interviewsHegemonic • E.g. internet, phones, YouTube Celebs coming out things (technicians)Puppeteer TV… increasing • Web 2.0 includes statistics • Show examples of how and public Including establishing viewers), Google, of YouTube success and 3 they are applied. E.g. ones at shot of internet cafes Facebook, with public quoted material on Rahel’s Facebook liking Trafalgar (high angles, low angles), voiceover of their excitement of web pages and its affect on square. a bedroom (with tech), statistics on 2.0, the contrast to before her news feed, and the train station (people on dominant pages, and now pressure to conform to • Show phones) with close up of and their • Web 3.0 exploring the popular Facebook examples of Wi-Fi connecting. influence of new omnipresence of it, trends how we • Show case study of the people with more where it will be anywhere, • Public interviews and receive boy who killed his mum statistics showing animation of statistics to people different mimicking the soap algorithm bubbles and feeling pressured to search ‘Coronation Street’, with Google searches contrast conform and numbers results. archival footage of news how they are different of how much people broadcast. have ‘changed’ since using Facebook
  7. 7. Structure for 5 minute Documentary2 Minute Introduction (Series)15 secs: Various establishing shots of media related locations or buildings. For example Internet cafes or the BBC studio. Then a shot of people walking Trafalgar Square walking in fast motion with a VoiceOver of statistics on how much people are affected by the media, and how much people are constantly bombarded by things in the media.15 secs: Close-up of an iPhone - how technological convergence has made it easier for us to socialise through the Internet. Shot of the television showing a hash-tag on a programme so viewers can express and share their views. (Democratic)15 secs: The presenter talks to the camera about the view that the media landscape has become hegemonic over the years due to the strong influence it has over society. People read similar things on a day to day basis which ultimately has an affect on the way they think.15 secs: List of all the different forms of media and how they are used to promote certain ideologies within society. For example newspapers - People are influence by the articles they read. Higher powers control what is written within the articles, thus they are able to shape our thoughts and opinions.15 secs: How people are influenced by the things that they see on television or films. Films are used to emphasis certain ideologies. This is a hegemonic form of control. (This will be a VoiceOver combined with montage footage of clips from films then clips of cases when people have re-enacted something from a film.)15 secs: Show case study of the boy who killed his mum mimicking the soap ‘Coronation Street’, with archival footage of news broadcast.15 secs: Presenter discusses the two sides of the debate. (hegemonic or democratic)15 secs: She asks 3 rhetorical questions, finishing on the documentary series title question, followed by an animation of the title.
  8. 8. Structure for 5 minute Documentary1 Minute Introduction (Episode)30 secs: Presenter inside Internet Café, gets up and walks out while talking about different platforms of social media. (RAHEL SPLIT THIS INTO TWO ‘15 secs’!!)15 secs: How Facebook also caters to the individual through their ‘News Feed’ – recording the Mac screen ‘liking’ a Facebook page, comparing the news feed before and after liking the page - With voice-over explaining the way Facebook have altered what they will now see, and what they wont – also generating and manipulating them to further like others similarly15 secs: Statistics of how far people have become obsessed with social networking, for example how much of our time is spend online, the population amount on social networking, what parts of the world use social networking with animation to visually support it, with presenter explaining how it makes it the perfect tool to control people globally – catering to all their likes and giving them the feeling of power, freedom and control.
  9. 9. Structure for 55 minute Documentary Structure for minute Documentary2 Minute (To Focus On First Subtopic Of Episode)15 secs: Animation made with pictures fast forwarded of a time-line of how the internet has progressed – Web 1.0 including the ‘upsurge’ sociological theory show how it was hegemonic with information going out to the world but non coming into the computer. There was no existence of democracy15 secs: Presenter talks about examples – Social news, online dating, Wikipedia showing montage footage on the basics of each, Social news to upload stories, online dating sighing up filling out form and Wikipedia reading stories and how since the increase of activism there are sings of audience becoming participatory15 secs: Animation moves to Web 2.0 where by there is in information going in and our, emphasising the revolution by showing loads of people now getting involved with using the web. Montage footage of ‘YouTube’ celebrities (online videos) and a fast increase in views followed by subscribers. Alongside will be a voiceover by presenter informing the Web 2.0 basics where people can comment, post and then become part of someone elses posts – e.g the subscribers – be a part of what they do15 secs: Public interview (Transition fade into interviews with public (Then fade into transparent background) of public shoppers) quoted significant things they say on Web 2.0 (texts fades on and off screen with voiceover of interviewers)15 secs: (Straight cut, shot of presenter) Web 3.0 with explanation of it then cut to an animation for feather explanation through the filter bubble with a ‘bubble’ animation to show them Example of two different people typing in the same thing into Google and receiving different search results.15 secs: Expert interview with IT Technicians on the future of Web 3.0 and algorithms, and if they will feather aid us or control us (through what we see and hear) (Cuts between 2 interviews)
  10. 10. Structure for 5 minute DocumentaryLast 10-20 Seconds (preview to after the break)5 secs: Presenter Rounds off this episode and answers the raised questions15 secs: Montage footage with voiceover of things that will be covered…Different mediaplatform, blogs, Online dating and how they first broke then norm but have become thenorm
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  21. 21. Shot List – First HalfTime: Scene: Shot Description: Location: Characters: Props: Costume: People walking around Establishing shot. Trafalgar The general N/A N/A00:05 Trafalgar Square – Fast Square. public. motion. Statistics on screen with Long shot. Trafalgar The general N/A N/A00:10 background image of Square. public. people walking around Trafalgar Square – Fast motion. People on using Long shot. Internet Café. The general N/A N/A00:15 computers inside an public. Internet Café. N/A Close-up ‘Google’ N/A N/A iPhone. N/A00:20 homepage.
  22. 22. Shot List – First HalfTime: Scene: Shot Description: Location: Characters: Props: Costume: N/A Close-up of TV Living room. N/A TV N/A00:25 screen. Presenter inside Internet Mid shot. Internet Café. Presenter. N/A Formal top and00:40 Café walking out. skirt with a coat. Presenter walking out of Long shot Internet Café / Presenter. N/A Formal top and01:45 the Internet Café. Street. skirt with a coat.
  23. 23. Shot List – First HalfTime: Scene: Shot Description: Location: Characters: Props: Costume: Presenter standing Mid shot. Internet Café. Presenter. N/A Formal top and01:45 outside Internet Café skirt with a coat. talking to the camera. Clip from News Report. Close-up of Screen. N/A N/A Television. N/A01:47 Archival footage of news Close-up of Screen. N/A N/A Television. N/A01:50 report. Presenter standing in the Mid shot. Central London. Presenter. N/A Formal top and01:55 street talking to the skirt with a coat. camera.
  24. 24. Shot List – First HalfTime: Scene: Shot Description: Location: Characters: Props: Costume: List of what is Close-up. N/A Voice-over of N/A N/A01:58 democratic and what is Presenter. hegemonic about the media landscape. Presenter inside Internet Mid shot. Internet Café. Presenter. N/A Formal top and02:05 café talking to the skirt with a coat. camera while walking. Presenter walking out of Long shot. Internet Café. Presenter. N/A Formal top and02:10 the internet Café. skirt with a coat.
  25. 25. Shot List – First HalfTime: Scene: Shot Description: Location: Characters: Props: Costume: Facebook user page. Close-up. N/A N/A Computer. N/A02:15 Animation of statistics N/A N/A N/A Computer. N/A02:10 on Facebook users. Animation of titles – Close-up. N/A N/A Computer. N/A02:15- How the internet is the perfect tool for control. 30
  26. 26. Shotlist Shot Art deptTime Scene Location Characters Costume Description /Props ‘Liking’ a page on Screen Recording Media Presenter • Mac N/A 15 Facebook, showing from the Mac using Room - voiceoversecs how it affects your Quick Time Mac describing the feed, and information effects and given on FB what its doing The presenter is Mid shot Living Presenter • N/A • Brown/beige 5 flowing talking on the space coatsecs statistics from the internet • Skirt public cafe • Converse • cardigan Statistics are written on Statistics are Media Presenter • Mac N/A 10 the screen on written in Facebook Room - Voiceoversecs hegemony and comment boxes, Mac democracy uploaded on blogs… An animation starting Close up of Media • Presenter • Picture • Clear beige 15 from Web 1.0 , with drawings being Room voiceover s nail varnishsecs sociological theory – moved around in including visuals it and fast motion to show • Hand information coming out it visually model - of a computer and Gledis none going in
  27. 27. Shotlist Shot Art deptTime Scene Location Characters Costume Description /Props Examples of upsurge in Screen Recording Media Presenter • Mac N/A 5 the 90’s from the Mac using Room - voiceoversecs showing picking boxes Quick Time Mac for online dating sight Followed showing Screen Recording Living Presenter • Mac N/A 5 someone clicking to from the Mac using space voiceoversecs edit on Wikipedia Quick Time internet cafe Lastly writing or Screen Recording Media Presenter • Mac N/A 5 publishing story on from the Mac using Room - Voiceoversecs social news sites Quick Time Mac Close up of Media • Presenter • Picture • Clear beige 5 Timeline animation drawings being Room voiceover s nail varnishsecs moves to Web 2.0 moved around in fast motion to show • Hand it visually model - Gledis An edited video of Screen Recording Media • Presenter • Mac N/A 10 YouTube subscribers from Mac using Room Voiceoversecs and views increasing Quick Time and many video’s coming on the screen
  28. 28. Shotlist Shot Art deptTime Scene Location Characters Costume Description /Props Public shot significant Two shot with Trafalgar Public N/A • Brown/beige 4 ‘quote’ from interview public and square coatsecs on Web 2.0 presenter Presenter • Skirt • Converse • cardigan Public shot significant Close up of the Trafalgar Pubic N/A N/A 6 ‘quote’ from interview public squaresecs on Web 2.0 Public shot significant Mid shot of the Trafalgar Public N/A N/A 5 ‘quote’ from interview public squaresecs on Web 2.0 An animation Close up of Media • Presenter • Picture • Clear beige 2 introducing and drawings being Room voiceover s nail varnishsecs followed from Web 2.0 moved around in – to Web 3.0 fast motion to show • Hand it visually model - Gledis Presenter is explaining Full body shot Living • Presenter • N/A • Brown/beige 3 to the audience what a Space coatsecs filter bubble is • Skirt • Converse • cardigan
  29. 29. Shotlist Shot Art deptTime Scene Location Characters Costume Description /Props Information coming out Screen shot Media Presenter Mac • N/A 3 of a bubble surrounded Room voiceoversecs by many others Two Google searches Split screen of Media Presenter Mac N/A 7 presenting two screen recording Room voiceoversecs different search results using QuickTime Expert interview on Mid shot with name Convent Professional • Paper N/A 15 web 3.0 and algorithms and profession in technician • Desksecs left corner • computer how audience are Screen recording Media • Presenter • Mac N/a 5 fighting back on blogs , using QuickTime Room voiceoversecs wiki’s and social news Clip of voting on a Screen recording Media • Presenter • Mac N/A 5 social news site using QuickTime Room voiceoversecs Presenter carry’s on Long shot – walking Living • Presenter • N/A • Brown/be 5 explaining how into a mid shot Space ige coatsecs audience fight back • Skirt • Converse • cardigan

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