Tasks for Students - Storyboarding with Moviestorm

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Lesson resources to support the "Storyboarding with Moviestorm" lesson. To try out the lesson download a free trial of Moviestorm via http://www.moviestorm.co.uk. The templates for the lesson and other free documents can be found via http://www.moviestorm.co.uk/hub/educationresources.

Watch the video for Highway via http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qQIgfiyXqI

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Tasks for Students - Storyboarding with Moviestorm

  1. 1. storyboarding with Student Tasks by Priscilla Angeliquelesson resources for you to share and adapt
  2. 2. Storyboardingwith Moviestorm TASK 1 The Telephone Call Storyboarding Task This task will explore ways in which a telephone conversation can be filmed. It will provide you with an opportunity to create a storyboard using Moviestorm. Story Outline A man (ALEX) is sitting in his living room with a friend. his friend sits on a chair a bit further away from him. Alex takes out his mobile phone and begins to dial a number. Other friends enter the room. As he speaks it becomes apparent that he swallowed the temporary cap used to protect his tooth. His friends roar with laughter. Alex goes on to ask if he can still have the dental work carried out. Meanwhile the laughter continues. Alex goes on to say that he is not in pain and in fact he feels better without it.A. Load Moviestorm and open one of the 4) Appropriate shots have been used forfollowing templates (your teacher may the story (Camerawork View)suggest one). 5) Appropriate clips have been selected (Cutting Room View) The Telephone Call - Template 1 The Telephone Call - Template 2 B. Once you have completed the above tasks or create your own set and characters 6) Select screen shots for the storyboard (see Using Moviestorm to Create Your task is to ensure that the following Storyboards, Page 7) sections of the movie have been 7) Create the final storyboard using a completed: word processor or other package. 1) An appropriate set has been used (Set Workshop View) Need help??? Go to http:// 2) Characters have been added to the set www.moviestorm.co.uk/hub/ (Dressing Room View) docs/ 3) Characters have appropriate gestures and movements for the story (Director’s View)Priscilla Angelique - Storyboarding with Moviestorm [2] http://www.priscillaangelique.com
  3. 3. Storyboarding with Moviestorm TASK 2 Review Task1. Describe three activities that are carried out during pre-production2. List four benefits of using pre-visualization3. Describe two pre-visualization techniques and list the advantages and disadvantages of each one Priscilla Angelique - Storyboarding with Moviestorm [3] http://www.priscillaangelique.com
  4. 4. Storyboardingwith Moviestorm HELP!! need help completing the Storyboarding Task??? Don’t worry there’s lots of help available watch tutorial videos while you work Go to http://www.moviestorm.co.uk/hub/docs/ You’ll see Matt Kelland giving an introduction to Moviestorm. or Just underneath that video there are links to video tutorials that focus on various topics like set building and characters ... there’s also a short and sweet user manual too ... ... they are always posting new material other links Richard Cosgrove http://www.richardcosgrove.co.uk D L Watson http://leefilm.com Priscilla Angelique http://www.youtube.com/user/pangelique http://www.priscillaangelique.com http://www.apriscillathing.co.ukPriscilla Angelique - Storyboarding with Moviestorm [4] http://www.priscillaangelique.com

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