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  • START 1.30pm
  • 130-150
  • 150-2
  • 2-210Explore the pros and cons of each folder exampleShow examplesGive them 10 mins to find a folder or make a decision about which one they are going to get – Get mind maps into their folders!!!
  • 210-215Show examples
  • 215-235Decide which format to useStart it! – What done so far… Explain their idea (s)20 minutes
  • 235-240Why analyse?
  • 240-245 (BREAK)Walk through the analysis processThey must find at least one example and create their own analysis table/notes3 – 315pm45 minutesFind examples (3) of audio-visual work that you would like to emulate in relation to the style, content, story, structure etc. Analyse these examples by reviewing them and making notes on these elements.
  • 3-315
  • 3 – 315pm45 minutesFind examples (3) of audio-visual work that you would like to emulate in relation to the style, content, story, structure etc. Analyse these examples by reviewing them and making notes on these elements. Create PowerPoint (next slide)
  • 3 – 315pm45 minutesCreate a PowerPoint presentation in which you analyse each of these products. 4-5 Slides per product.
  • 4pmThey will conduct their own research – surveys on weather or not people like their ideasAsk people their opinion – make notes in production diariesObservations – WATCH A LOT OF FILMS DOCUMENTARIES TV ETC – make notes, keep records
  • 405-410pm5 mins – review in 30 mins
  • 405-415pmProduce a mind-map (1) showing your initial considerations in relations to: locations (sets), companies (live briefs), subjects, interviews, actors, presenters, crew, equipment, resources, props, make-up, costume, timescales, target audience, interactive elements, distribution platforms (competitions and festivals), soundtrack. Hand-drawn.
  • 405-410pm5 mins – review in 30 mins
  • Produce a mind-map (1) showing your initial considerations in relations to: locations (sets), companies (live briefs), subjects, interviews, actors, presenters, crew, equipment, resources, props, make-up, costume, timescales, target audience, interactive elements, distribution platforms (competitions and festivals), soundtrack. Hand-drawn.
  • Produce a mind-map (1) showing your initial considerations in relations to: locations (sets), companies (live briefs), subjects, interviews, actors, presenters, crew, equipment, resources, props, make-up, costume, timescales, target audience, interactive elements, distribution platforms (competitions and festivals), soundtrack. Hand-drawn.

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  • 1. Creative Media ProductionManagement Project
  • 2. A Creative Warm-up Activity• Come up with as many ideas as possibleto do with...Fish
  • 3. Staying Informed• Blog:mediaapprenticeship.blogspot.co.uk• Social Networking:www.facebook.com/groups/creativeanddigitalmediaapprentices/
  • 4. Folders• Why keep one?• Different types• How to use iteffectively• Where to source itfrom• What are the Prosand Cons?Dothisnow!
  • 5. Production Diaries• Written (Notebook)• Verbal (VoiceRecording)• Video Diary• Blog
  • 6. Production Diaries• Pros & Cons• Technology• Resources• Personal Preference• AccessDothisnow!
  • 7. Analysis• Understanding the codes and conventionsof the product you are creating• Know the rules before you attempt tofollow, or even break them• Follow a structure• Sample as many products as possible
  • 8. AnalysisProduct Style Content Story StructureName the product Describe the stylesuch as thelighting, mise-en-scene (setting andprops)ThemesActorsLocationsWhat happensand to who?What is thestructure ie.Beginning, Middleand End?Technical aspectssuch as shottypes and editingDonnie Darko –Feature LengthFilmBlue, Dark, LowKey Lighting80s fashionRealistic butstylish80sFantasyTime travelSchoolParentsFamiliesRealityMental IllnessTherapyPlane lands onDonnie’s houseDonnie meets agirl, the girl diesDonnie travelsback in time tosave the girlAlternativecameramovement (tilts),Close-up shots(teachers), HighAngles (show)
  • 9. BREAK
  • 10. AnalysisProduct Style Content Story StructureName the product Describe the stylesuch as thelighting, mise-en-scene (setting andprops)ThemesActorsLocationsWhat happensand to who?What is thestructure ie.Beginning, Middleand End?Technical aspectssuch as shottypes and editingDonnie Darko –Feature LengthFilmBlue, Dark, LowKey Lighting80s fashionRealistic butstylish80sFantasyTime travelSchoolParentsFamiliesRealityMental IllnessTherapyPlane lands onDonnie’s houseDonnie meets agirl, the girl diesDonnie travelsback in time tosave the girlAlternativecameramovement (tilts),Close-up shots(teachers), HighAngles (show)
  • 11. The PowerPoint• Create a PowerPoint presentation inwhich you analyse each of these products.• 4-5 Slides per product.Dothisnow!
  • 12. A word about… Research• Is Google really the best place to start?• Professional Websites• Contacts• Interviews & Surveys• Observations
  • 13. Social NetworksA Short Exercise• Post a question• Gather some feedback– Review in 30 minsDothisnow!
  • 14. Developing your idea• Locations (sets)• Companies (live briefs)• Subjects, Interviews• Actors, Presenters, Crew• Equipment, Resources, Props, Make-up, Costume• Timescales• Target Audience• Interactive Elements• Distribution platforms (competitions and festivals)• SoundtrackDothisnow!
  • 15. Social NetworksA Short ExerciseCheck for responses• Evaluate the usefulness of the responsesDothisnow!
  • 16. Next session…• Moodboard• Scriptwriting• Storyboarding
  • 17. Following session…• Gantt Chart• Constraints and Contingency Planning• Target Audience