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A short keynote for use with Primary Schools making films for The Hong Kong School Film Awards.

A short keynote for use with Primary Schools making films for The Hong Kong School Film Awards.

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  • storyboards
  • a storyboard will show some of the following:
  • a storyboard will show some of the following: - comic-book like version of an animation or film in which each cell corresponds to a single shot
  • a storyboard will show some of the following: - comic-book like version of an animation or film in which each cell corresponds to a single shot - what characters are in the frame, and how they are moving
  • a storyboard will show some of the following: - comic-book like version of an animation or film in which each cell corresponds to a single shot - what characters are in the frame, and how they are moving - what the characters are saying to each other?
  • a storyboard will show some of the following: - comic-book like version of an animation or film in which each cell corresponds to a single shot - what characters are in the frame, and how they are moving - what the characters are saying to each other? - how much time has passed between the last frame of the storyboard and the current one
  • a storyboard will show some of the following: - comic-book like version of an animation or film in which each cell corresponds to a single shot - what characters are in the frame, and how they are moving - what the characters are saying to each other? - how much time has passed between the last frame of the storyboard and the current one - where the “camera” is in the scene, close-up or long shot and if camera is moving (panning, zooming, tracking)