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  • 1. Assignment 14 Preliminary task Planning. By : Kauana , Luara, Chantelle
  • 2. Brainstorming and rough ideas ideas. Talking about murder. Friendly conversation. Showing no sign of desperation. Calm voice. Using close up shots to clearly identify faces. Showing no sign of desperation. Showing no sign of desperation. Showing no sign of desperation. Showing no sign of desperation.
  • 3. 180 degree rule
    • What is this?
    • How will you consider this in your planning?
    • You may show still shots and label them to describe what the 180 degree rule is.
  • 4. Match on action
    • What is this?
    • How will you consider this in your planning?
    • You may show still shots and label them to describe what the match on action is.
  • 5. Camera Shots and angles
    • This slide shows and explains each of the shots and angles below. Provide a visual for each and describe what they are used for.
    establishing shot close up extreme close up 2 shot over the shoulder shot Visual What is it used for and why?
  • 6. Overhead plans
    • Attach your overhead plans here. LABEL
  • 7. Script (draft 1)
    • Attach your script draft 1 here. (can enter as text or image)
      • *don’t put text too small or can’t read properly!
    • DRAFT 1 – white background
  • 8. Script (draft 2 = final)
    • Attach your script draft 2 here. (can enter as text or image)
      • *don’t put text too small or can’t read properly!
    • DRAFT 2 – yellow background
  • 9. Script changes
    • Make a list of what changes you made for draft and why (after you met with teacher)
  • 10. Storyboard (draft 1)
    • Attach your storyboard draft 1 here. (attach rough ideas as image)
      • *Again – not too small!
    • DRAFT 1 – on own rough paper
  • 11. TOO SMALL!
  • 12.  
  • 13. Storyboard (draft 2)
    • Attach your storyboard draft 1 here. (attach rough ideas as image)
      • *Again – not too small!
    • DRAFT 1 – on paper templates given in lesson
  • 14. Storyboard changes
    • Make a list of what changes you made for draft and why (after you met with teacher)
  • 15. Shotlist (draft 1)
    • Attach your shotlist draft 1 here. (can enter as text or image)
      • *don’t put text too small or can’t read properly!
    • DRAFT 1 – white background
    # Type of shot Description Prop/costume needed
  • 16. Shotlist (draft 2)
    • Attach your shotlist draft 2 here. (can enter as text or image)
    • SHOULD BE IN CORRECT CHART FORMAT
      • *don’t put text too small or can’t read properly!
    • DRAFT 1 – yellow background
    # Type of shot Description Prop/costume needed
  • 17. Shotlist changes
    • Make a list of what changes you made for draft and why (after you met with teacher)
  • 18. Next week
    • Filming your preliminary
    • Bring all of your props and costumes!
  • 19. Evaluation (after editing)
    • You will complete a VLOG in which you will evaluate your process of planning, constructing (filming and editing) of your preliminary. You will upload this onto your blog.
      • Be sure to discuss your changes you made (drafting)
      • You can discuss what went well and how you could improve. (WWW & EBI)
    • What you learned from this experience?
      • Using cameras/equipment/writing script/storyboard/shotlist…planning, filming, editing) What you learned from this experience?
      • Using the mark scheme what LEVEL is your:
        • PLANNING
        • CONSTRUCTION
      • Targets for construction for your opening sequence:
        • We really need to consider the following things when we film and edit our opening sequences: