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  • 1. Phases of the Magic Lamp method An Inspired Approach to Practical Dramaturgy in Film Making Workshops Valve Film School’s
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    • 1. OPENING THE MIND
      • Brainstorming workshop during which critic is not given
      • Locations and events are invented, written down and memorized
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    • 2. IMPROVISING ON THE MATERIAL
      • Quick improvisations executed in pairs or in small groups. These improvisations base on the selected locations and events written down previously
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    • 3. DEVELOPMENT OF THE STORY
      • The small groups go trough the story they selected and create a five-sentence plot line
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    • 4. FINAL FORM OF THE STORY
      • Groups tell their story to the other pupils. If there is need for further development of the story, it is changed
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    • 5. PRACTICAL PREPARATIONS
      • The set location, props and wardrobe are decided upon
      • The assignment of roles
      • Getting familiar with the camera
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    • 6. FILMING
      • The scenes are shot in chronological order, one scene at a time
      • Improvisation is used as a means to create more detail on the story
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    • 7. WATCHING THE FILMS
      • All of the films are watched together
      • Discussion regarding the films and the process
  • 4. TOMMI NEVALA Producer Valve Film School tel: +358 44 703 7547 [email_address] www.kulttuurivalve.fi/elokuvakoulu Hallituskatu 7, P.O. BOX 42, FI-90015 Oulun kaupunki, Finland