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Ig3 2012_assignment

  1. 1. Qualification Level 3 Extended Diploma in Creative Media ProductionUnit number and title Unit 22 Single Camera Techniques - PartialStart date Monday 10/09/2012Deadline Monday 12/11/2012Assessor name Iain GoodyearAssignment title IG3 – SHORT FILM PRODUCTIONScenarioMedia production is a collaborative team effort. Successful media productions rely on team work and working within specificroles that you should have previously identified. You are now at a stage where you are ready to commence the production andpost-production phases of your short film. You have prepared all relevant pre-production materials and you must now use pre-production documentation to produce your short film footage.Prior to filming you must ensure that you thoroughly understand your job role and the responsibilities that accompany your role.To ensure the smooth running of the production process, it is essential that you do not encroach on the job roles of others inyour team. Remember, good communication and team work skills are essential and every member of your production teamis expected to equally contribute to the production of your short film.Media production is rarely a smooth process and inevitably you will encounter difficulties. The challenge for you as mediaproducers is ensuring that your production does not come to a halt due to unforeseen production difficulties. For thisassignment you will need to provide evidence of how you manage and deal with production (and any problems that mayarise) in the form of a production diary.Once the production process is complete you and your team will use post-production techniques to edit your short film. In manyways, post-production is the most important part of media production. It is the final stage of the film making process that allowsyou to creatively shape and mould your production into an intended vision. For this assignment you must produce individualedits of your short film. This will help you to provide evidence of knowledge and application of video post-productiontechniques. 1
  2. 2. Tasks Grading Criteria MappingTask 1 Unit 22: P3/M3/D3Assign production roles of director, camera person, sound recording person andproduction runner to specific individuals in your production team.Once you know your job role within the production process, you must produce a jobdescription that clearly describes your job responsibilities and responsibilities of thosein your production team.Task 2 Unit 22: P3/M3/D3Using pre-production documentation produced in your IG2 assignment; you must work asa team to shoot your film rushes and record any relevant sound e.g. ambient locationsound. It is expected that you will need to shoot and/or re-shoot additional footageduring this process.You must photographically document the production phase of your short film shoot.Once the production phase of your short film shoot is complete, you must upload yourphotographs and include annotations that give the photographs context for the viewer(your tutor).Task 3 Unit 22: P3/M3/D3Produce a weekly production log. You must produce production log entries once aweek that details your contributions that week to your group production. This logmust provide details of any difficulties you encountered and summaries of how you dealtwith any production difficulties you experience.Task 4 Unit 22: P3/M3/D3 A. Produce a rough edit of your film using the rushes you have uploaded into Adobe Premiere as a group. B. When finished, you must explain what improvements you will make for your final edit. This can be word processed or voice recorded. C. Produce a final edit of your short film.Task 5 Unit 22: P3/M3/D3Produce an edited sound recorded commentary that critiques your individuallyproduced final edit.This commentary must discuss strengths and weaknesses of your final edit and describethe editing techniques you have used and why you have used those techniques. Youmust edit this commentary using sound editing software and add it to your final editsound track in Adobe Premiere.Your final edit with added commentary must be uploaded to your IG3 blogs.This brief has been verified as being fit for purpose Date: 07/09/2012 Date: 2
  3. 3. Unit 22 Single Camera Techniques (Level 3)P1: describe the features of single M1: explain the features of D1: comprehensively explain thecamera production with some single camera production with features of single camera productionappropriate use of subject reference to detailed illustrative with reference to elucidatedterminology examples and with generally correct examples and consistently using use of subject terminology subject terminology correctlyP2: generate outline plans for a M2: generate detailed ideas for a D2: generate thoroughly thoughtsingle camera production working single camera production showing through ideas for a single camerawithin appropriate conventions and some imagination and with only production showing creativity andwith some assistance [CT] occasional assistance flair and working independently to professional expectationsP3: produce a single camera M3: produce a single camera D3: produce a single cameraproduction working within production to a good technical production to a technical quality thatappropriate conventions and with standard showing some imagination reflects near professional standardssome assistance [SM] and with only occasional assistance showing creativity and flair and working independently to professional expectations 3