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  • RULES OF FILMMAKING STARTER To recognise and understand media language. To be aware of the golden rules for film making. In pairs, answer the questions about your AS media course: 1. What type of media will you be producing for your portfolio? 2. How many marks are awarded for the evaluation of your media product? 3. Why can’t you use a theme tune in your portfolio piece? 4. What is the maximum number per group? 5. When should your portfolio piece be completed by? 6. How many sections are there in the exam paper? 7. How much time do you have and how many marks are awarded for each section? 8. What four areas should you focus on in your analysis? 9. Which processes should you explore in section 2 of the paper? 10. Which films will you be using as your case study?
  • Media language Camera shot Editing Sound Mise-en-scene
  • Media language Camera shot Editing Sound Mise-en-scene Straight cut Fade Dissolve Setting & props Costume Bridges Diagetic / Non-diagetic Parallel / contrapuntal Position within a frame Tracking High-angle ECU
  • Preliminary task • A continuity task involving filming and editing a character (1) opening a door, (2) crossing a room and (3) sitting down in a chair opposite another character, with who (4) he/she then exchanges a couples of lines of dialogue. • You must demonstrate match on action, shot/reverse shot and the 180 degree rule.
  • The filmmaker’s rulebook 1. Match on action – 2. Shot/reverse shot for dialogue – 3. 180 degree rule – 4. The rule of thirds – What are these rules? How would you define them? Use the clips to help you come up with a definition.
  • The clips 1. Match on action – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZsUqJYiKHY&list=PLT ncY6XLnu8ZwQGNLcZ0wyMPX_jZ0WQOj&index=15 2. Shot/reverse shot for dialogue – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1Ey0a6LJRA&list=PLT ncY6XLnu8ZwQGNLcZ0wyMPX_jZ0WQOj 3. 180 degree rule – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HinUychY3sE&list=PLT ncY6XLnu8ZwQGNLcZ0wyMPX_jZ0WQOj 4. The rule of thirds – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEWx6zbUDrc&list=PL TncY6XLnu8ZwQGNLcZ0wyMPX_jZ0WQOj
  • Self-study task • On your blogs – write a definition of each of the following media terms: 1. Match on action – 2. Shot/reverse shot for dialogue – 3. 180 degree rule – 4. The rule of thirds –
  • Good and bad • Next lesson we will film, edit and upload an instructional video on the rules of filmmaking. • In it we will include examples of the rules being broken followed by the same shot sequence following the principles.