INTRODUCTION Scene I Description: Montage of various sports and healthy competition showing the healthy competi- tive intensity generated in sports, the strategy behind the game, showing that it is more than just the physical aspect on theCoach or player talking with players/teammates on the bench [get surfacethis footage from a professional or duck basketball game, clubsports, city league}. Establishing shot from far away and zoom in Scene Objective:on the intensity and emotion, hand motions of coach explainingdirection. Communicate the healthy and positive aspects of competition in sports. Use this montage of various people, sports and activities to show images that people are able to resonate with. Audio: Ambient noises. Sports noise and background noise of each shot. Footsteps of running, Swishing of basketball, Sound of foot kick the ball, heavy breathing from sprinting, ect. During this montage of clips there will be different voices saying the following lines.Coach observing, watching intently at a game going on. • Intensity • Competition • Push yourself • Its always a learning experience • Challenge your best • Work hard • Work harder • Get better • Competition is vital. • Lessons transcend sports. • I’ve learned more on the field than I have in the classroom because it is real, it is raw. Working out/conditioning-- communicating conditioning and training and the time commitment and energy people put into doing anything to perform to the best of one’s ability.
Notes: Be sure to have gender and race is repre- sented equally amongst these shots. Not to be staged or filmed with athletes. Get footage from UO Club Sports, pick upPick up game of basketball (or any sport, can be found oncampus courts. games/around campus or the community, from current footage or found footage from official or professional events. This is to communicate the competition, intensity and strategy—NOT sportsman- ship. These shots are to be focused and tight shots of these moments and elements of sports—to show the image without focusing on the person. Creating a feel of anonymity so the viewer can really relate and connect with their real life experi-Again, working out/conditioning-- communicating conditioning ence, rather than just seeing the person.and training and the time commitment and energy people put intodoing anything to perform to the best of one’s ability.
Scene 3Scene Objective:Communicate the four maingroups/stakeholders when it comes toconflict in sports. Administrators, athletes,coaches and supporters (ie fans).Shot list:• Myles Brand [administrator]• Lavonda Wagner [Coach]• Fan footage [Supporter]• Tiger Woods [Athlete]Audio:The audio will be what is already attachedto each clip.Narrator/Joshua:“There is the typical fallacy of the angryathlete. That anger will give an athlete somesort of competitive edge and that’s just adownward spiral.”[Shot of this newspaper article if possible]Narrator Joshua:The wall street journal said once, “Mr.wood’s anger has often been seen asevidence of his unmatched competitivedrive, his singular focus and his demand forperfection from himself.” It is engrained inour society from the media and everythingaround us, but it’s just like any other stereo-type.
Scene 2:Gradual transition, voice over from above stopsbut still ambient noise in the background asfootage switches to clips from sports casts andthe news of conflict in sports.Scene objective:Communicate the destructive elements ofcompetition in contrast to the healthy elementsshown previously. Introduce the idea that“everyone involved loses,” as an introduction tothe four main groups specified in white papers.Audio:Audio from sportscasters and commentators thatexplains what is being shown on the screen.Anon Voice(s):“Did you hear about _____insert well knownprofessional sports conflict____”“Fined $50,000 for that illegal hit…”Anon Voice:“One person loses their cool and everyoneinvolved loses.”Anon Voice:“It is not even about the money, but the costs ofputting in so much time and energy into some-thing and having it all taken away.”Narrator/Joshua:“Conflict in sports is very costly for everyone,and that is why we want to be the preeminentauthority in preventing, understanding andresolving sports conflict.”
CLOSINGFinal set objective:Communicating what CNC is and what theirprocess is for preventing and resolving]Narrator/Joshua:[As Narrator/Joshua explains the corecompetency/preparation for preventing conflictand resolving--in this over the shoulder shot,joshua is writing on a sportsclipboard/whiteboard, making a simple flowchart of the process they have in place. This iswhere Joshua nails it home about the coreelements of CNC and their organization/howthey are the solution to this problem.Shot list:Over the shoulder shot and medium profile shotof Joshua writing this process in the form of aflow chart on a sports white board.Joshua finishes with closing lines about CNC.He is filmed speaking while he is writing on abigger white board on the wall. Joshua is scenefrom the waste up writing on the wall, but youcannot see what he is writing on the white board.Audio/LinesThe solution is simple, Competition NotConflict.Shot zooms out while he is saying this line,revealing what he was writing on the wall,“Competition Not Conflict.”