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Credits and timelines
Credits and timelines
Credits and timelines
Credits and timelines
Credits and timelines
Credits and timelines
Credits and timelines
Credits and timelines
Credits and timelines
Credits and timelines
Credits and timelines
Credits and timelines
Credits and timelines
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  • 1. AS Media Studies G321: Foundation Portfolio Date Term ?, Lesson ? 1
  • 2. Starter • What is the purpose of Credits in a Film Opening? • Think carefully about justifying your answer! • BE PREPARED TO SHARE!
  • 3. Discover Discovery Question • What are FILM CREDITS and WHY are they vital to your own sequence? Date Term ?, Lesson ? 3
  • 4. Learning Objective/ Outcome Level All: Will research similar products Level 2 Most: Will explain the uses of credits on their blogs Level 3 Some: Will analyse the timelines of two different films and comment on their effectiveness Level 4 Date Term ?, Lesson ? 4
  • 5. Discover Film Credits • Credits are used in film and TV and acknowledge the work of the institution, cast and crew on a product • Opening credits are shown at the very beginning and list the most important members of the production. • They are now usually shown as text superimposed on a blank screen or static pictures, or sometimes on top of action in the show. • There may or may not be accompanying music. Where opening credits are built into a separate sequence of their own, the correct term is title sequence
  • 6. Discover Film Credits • Your Film Opening requires you to include credits in some way or another • The most successful AS openings use a wide range of credits and styles to create their opening credits
  • 7. Develop Task 1 • Watch the following openings • Can you identify which Credits are most commonly used in an Opening Sequence? • http://www.artofthetitle.com/title/captain-america-thefirst-avenger/ • http://www.artofthetitle.com/title/domino/ • http://www.artofthetitle.com/title/napoleon-dynamite/
  • 8. Discover Film Opening Credits Common Credits in a Film Opening • • • • • • • • • NAME OF THE STUDIO NAME OF THE PRODUCTION COMPANY A (PRODUCER NAME) PRODUCTION A FILM BY (DIRECTOR NAME) STARRING FILM'S TITLE FEATURING CASTING or CASTING BY MUSIC or MUSIC COMPOSED BY or ORIGINAL SCORE BY • • • • • • • • • PRODUCTION DESIGN or PRODUCTION DESIGNER EDITOR or EDITED BY DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY PRODUCER or PRODUCED BY, EXECUTIVE PRODUCER STORY or STORY BY BASED ON THE BOOK (PLAY, GRAPHIC NOVEL etc.) BY BASED ON THE CHARACTERS BY or BASED ON THE CHARACTERS CREATED BY WRITER(S) or WRITTEN BY DIRECTOR or DIRECTED BY
  • 9. Develop Credit Timeline • One way to ensure you get all your opening credits into your sequence is to create a CREDIT TIMELINE • This allows you to plan roughly where and when your Credits will appear
  • 10. Develop Task 2 • Individually you need to create your own CREDIT TIMELINE • You need to create a timeline for a sequence of your choice A PHOTO NEEDS TO GO ON YOUR BLOG AS EVIDENCE
  • 11. Develop Test Yourself • Swap sheets with a partner • Read their ideas carefully • Do you understand their ideas? • Have they justified their choices with evidence? • Give them feedback on your post it note Date Term ?, Lesson ? 12
  • 12. Discover Film Opening Credits • Once you have your timeline you need to consider HOW to place your credits into your sequence • Are they going to be overlaid like this: • Cabin In The Woods • Are they going to interact with the action like this: Easy A • Are they going to be made using the films props like this: Delicatesen
  • 13. Film Opening Credits • Watch these Examples from Other AS students • Which do you think is most effective?
  • 14. Develop Homework • Complete your credit timeline & post to your blog • Due: TUESDAY 3/12/2013 11/11/2013 Autumn 2, Lesson 3 15
  • 15. Celebrate Plenary • Can you write out how to create a Credits Timeline as Instructions so another class could do the same thing • Think carefully about WHICH steps you need and HOW you describe each step Date Term ?, Lesson ? 16

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