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  • 1. From Script to Screen Storyboarding
  • 2. What is a storyboard?
  • 3. Formats Format  Paper and pen  Photos  Paintings  Digital  Software
  • 4. Information        Shot Visual “Action” Shot Length “Cut” # Mvment Audio Dialogue
  • 5. Shot Flow      Wide = Establishing Med =Intro CU = Emotion ECU = Imp/Punch POV = Empathy    Variety The Eyes Opening/Closing
  • 6. Assignment Draw your script or the scene from Point Break in a series of 10-20 shots. - Clear Visual - Shot Flow - Info - Open/Close /16 /4 /4 /4 /4
  • 7. Assignment Draw your script or the scene from Point Break in a series of 10-20 shots. - Clear Visual - Shot Flow - Info - Open/Close /16 /4 /4 /4 /4