Scene One...<br />This is the first image the viewer will see when they watch our music video. The door is not only a doorway into the main character’s room but it is symbolic of the doorway into her life style of men and seduction.<br />This is the room we have selected to be our main character’s room. We chose this room as we felt the colour scheme was feminine but not overly girly. We also thought it did not give too much away about the main character too early on. The only problem with this room is the posters on the wall, we will have to remove them before filming along with any products/items that may have branding or logos on.<br />
Continued...<br />This is the mirror we have selected, we chose this as it is bright and can easily fit two people in. This will work well for our video.<br />This is the staircase the main character will walk down. We chose this because there is enough room above and below to have a camera on a tripod and there is enough room for a light to the side.<br />
Scene Two...<br />This is where the main character will walk down the road and on the pavement the band will be playing. This is to give the impression they are narrating her story as she walks. This is also where the audience see the main character have her first encounter with a boy in the video.<br />
Scene Three...<br />This is the area we have chosen for the next part of the video. This will work well because even though it looks like a school it doesn’t stand out overly. This is important so that we can broaden the age limit of our audience so that it is not just school kids who are interested. This is also a good area as it is out of the way, showing that when the main character brings the men here she is up to no good.<br />This is around the corner from the image above, this is where we will put the posters that the main character will walk past and notice. It will work well for similar reasons as above.<br />
Scene Four...<br />This is where the geek is going to get picked on by the main character. This area is good for this scene as the area is cut of and secluded, this represents the geek’s character. Also again it looks like apart of the school but it is not obvious.<br />This is the opposite view of the above image, this image will only be seen in one shot where the main character is walking towards the geek. In this image you can see more of the school scene with the classrooms in the background.<br />
Scene Five...<br />This is where the main character will walk to the toilets. This area is well lit and will work well.<br />The toilet door, used in one shot.<br />This is the view the audience will have when the main character walks into the toilets.<br />
Continued...<br />This is where the main character will do her makeup and the singer will perform behind her. This toilet will work well for what we need because it is big enough for all of the equipment and people we need.<br />
Scene Six...<br />This is where the main character will enter the gig to see fire Drive Tiger. We plan to add posters to the doors so the audience know what is happening.<br />We have also selected the Drama Studio in our school for the gig. This facility has a raised stage and also has the lighting equipment we will need to perform under. however we will need to book this venue out before hand. <br />
Scene Seven...<br />(Back to Scene Two)<br />This is the street where the fight will take place. This street is dark yet can be lit well enough to film. It will look good on the camera as it looks scary as there are plenty of places for the girls to hide. It will also work well as it looks like she is walking home from the gig.<br />
Scene Eight...<br />Amy and I decided that from looking at our research if the band is not directly involved with the story of the music video they are usually filmed separately in a appropriately decorated space. For example again Paramore's Misery Business video they play in a room with the word 'riot' all over the walls which is the name of the album they are releasing.<br />We will use the same technique with Fire Drive Tiger's logo all over the walls. We are going to use the room the band practice in as the band are accustomed to playing in this area. Also it will be easy to access and to decorate. <br />
Justification...<br />We have chosen these places to film at as we feel they are easily accessible and practical to take our equipment to. We also know the areas well so thinking about health and safety should be easier.<br />
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