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  • Show the opening scenes of Baraka - 5 minutes
  • 5-10 minutes for refresh
  • 5-10 minutes for refresh
  • 5-10 minutes
  • 1) Waking Life 2) Breakfast at Tiffany’s 3) 1 Giant Leap 4) The Grinch 15 minutes
  • 1) Waking Life 2) Sex in the City 3) Curitiba 4) Baraka / One Giant Leap 10 minutes
  • Wait till next slide
  • 10 minutes writing treatment 5 minutes for storyboard
  • 5 minutes
  • Break before this
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  • 15 minutes take and share Spontenatity – Seqoia filmed the cat and then it passed away Glitches – filming for the k-12 series – no shoes, lawn mower – paid $ The learning process – Gorrilla shooting, sat down and first got creative – no idea editing, looked at standards and then put it all together, silly works – Dog as grammar teacher, funny aspect of film – largets targer audience.
  • 5 minutes
  • Q&A

Transcript

  • 1. Roadmap for the New Video Producer
  • 2. All paths in life... are connected by a story.
  • 3. What elements of the production most moved you? How did this production tell a story you will remember? “ Baraka is an incredible journey through 6 continents, 24 countries, painstakingly shot on Todd AO-70mm film. Bara has no plot, contains no actors and has no script. Baraka is a collection of high quality images, presented in a moving and compelling manner.”
  • 4. Phases of Production Pre-production • Identify your destination • Do your homework • Identify your audience • Determine your format • Put it in writing (treatment/script / storyboard) • Production logistics • Production guidelines
  • 5.
    • The 5 Ps: Proper Planning Prevents Poor Production
    Pre-Production
  • 6.
    • What am I excited and passionate about?
    • What experiences would I like to have?
    • What would I like to learn more about?
    • What is my overall vision for the project?
    • What is my main purpose or message?
    • What specifically do I want my message to accomplish?
    Identify Your Destination Rest Stop
  • 7.
    • What information is available on the subject?
    • Are there any works produced on this subject?
    • How does my production serve an unmet need?
    • What resources are available?
    Checking Under the Hood Rest Stop
  • 8.
    • Who do I want to reach?
    • What’s my best method to do this?
    • What productions exits that already do this?
    Identify Target Audience Rest Stop
  • 9. 1. Younger generation: philosophical/techy 2. Women: 50’s & beyond 3. Varied audiences 4. Children & adults
  • 10. 1. Mixed format/Animation 2. Drama 3. Documentary 4. Mixed format
  • 11.
    • Treatment: A brief summary
    • Script: A complete description of scenes, including all audio and visual
    • Storyboard: A sequence of sketches
    Put it in Writing On the Move: Treat it Write
  • 12.
    • Personality
    • Simplicity
    • Significance
    • Surprise
    • Immediacy
    • Demonstrative
    • Originality
    Story Starts Rest Stop
  • 13.
    • Who does what?
    • Where and when?
    • What special consideration?
    • How much time?
    • What’s my timeline?
    Logistics Rest Stop
  • 14.
    • Camera Tips for the Professional Look
    Production
  • 15.
    • Low angle
    • High angle
    • Straight on angle
    • Panning
    • Zooming
    Camera Angles & Moves
  • 16.
    • long shot
    • medium shot
    • medium close-up
    • close-up
    • extreme close-up
    Camera Shots
  • 17.
    • bust shot
    • knee shot
    • two shot
    • three shot
    • over-the shoulder
    • cross-shot
    Camera Shots
  • 18.
    • background
    • cut-away
    • horizontal line
    • headroom
    • noseroom
    • cross-shot
    Camera Tips and Terms On the Move
  • 19.
    • still images
    • moving images
    • voice over
    • music
    • sound effects
    • transitions
    • titles
    • interviews
    • graphics
    DOLCHE Guidelines
  • 20.
    • 3-5 minutes
    • DVD and mini-DV formats
    • External hardrive
    • Strength of message
    • Organization
    • Talent
    DOLCHE Guidelines