Film Style Tutorial 01

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Elements in the storyboard
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Visual Storytelling

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  • This is the session for whole-of-group project updates and check-ins. Refer to the Teams doc on the BB site to see who is the Team Leader (TL) of the relevant teams.
  • This is the session for whole-of-group project updates and check-ins. Refer to the Teams doc on the BB site to see who is the Team Leader (TL) of the relevant teams.
  • During the meeting sessions, go around and check in on each team. See how they’re going, make sure they’re generally on the right track. Have they defined their subcategories clearly enough? Are their roles within the teams clear?
  • During the meeting sessions, go around and check in on each team. See how they’re going, make sure they’re generally on the right track. Have they defined their subcategories clearly enough? Are their roles within the teams clear?
  • During the meeting sessions, go around and check in on each team. See how they’re going, make sure they’re generally on the right track. Have they defined their subcategories clearly enough? Are their roles within the teams clear?
  • During the meeting sessions, go around and check in on each team. See how they’re going, make sure they’re generally on the right track. Have they defined their subcategories clearly enough? Are their roles within the teams clear?
  • During the meeting sessions, go around and check in on each team. See how they’re going, make sure they’re generally on the right track. Have they defined their subcategories clearly enough? Are their roles within the teams clear?
  • During the meeting sessions, go around and check in on each team. See how they’re going, make sure they’re generally on the right track. Have they defined their subcategories clearly enough? Are their roles within the teams clear?

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  • 1. SCME 3004 History of film style Tutorial One
  • 2. schedule • 2:00-2:15 Roll call – Storyboard & Assessment of storyboard • 2:15-2:45 Elements in the storyboard M.E.S. Sound The Edit • 2:45-3:30 Impact of shot elements • 3:30-3:45 Visual Storytelling: Conceal & Reveal characters • 3:45-4:45 Visual Storytelling: Action / Reaction • 4:45-5:00 Individual feedback
  • 3. Storyboard
  • 4. Assessment of storyboard - Description is not the aim. - Mention creative choices being made. - Mention creative alternatives rejected - Distinguish stylistic storytelling vs. non-creative storytelling
  • 5. Impact of shot elements 1. M.E.S. needs description: - Characters and props. - Action, movement, depth. - Perspective? 2. Camera - Symbolising power relations - Drawing the eye through the frame - Psychology of characters 3. Sound/Music - Creating atmosphere - Tell the audience how to feel - Surprise! 4. Editing - Conceal & Reveal (engagement) - Action/Reaction (pace) - Time-space relation between shots.
  • 6. Camera - Framing Action https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nHCpVgkpleQ - Symbolising power relations https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8V1uE1-wTPs
  • 7. Camera *Space = territory (showing psychology of characters) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vMBA_S88NrI
  • 8. Camera - Drawing the eye through the frame https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RaLCLVSBlfc - Punishing your actors: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2B_OaEvq68
  • 9. Sound/Music/SFX - Creating mood and atmosphere - Instructing the audience how to feel - Eliciting surprise and suspense (Hitchcock) - The Soundbridge (contiguity*) *Bordering or being in contact with something
  • 10. Editing - Conceal & Reveal (audience engagement) - Action/Reaction (pace) - Time-space relation between shots (continuity)
  • 11. Conceal & reveal characters (Audience engagement) DIRECT: 1) See the character's physical appearance. 2) See/hear the character's speech and behavior 3) See the reactions of other characters to the individual. 4.) Direct comment from narrator 5.) Environment (externalisation) INDIRECT: 1) Personality action (how they act or respond to a situation) 2) How Others view them (opinion) 3) Private thoughts (comparison, internalisation). 4) Dialogue 5) Appearance Setting Chaucer, 1343
  • 12. Action/Reaction (pace is built through emotion) A picture is worth a thousand words. One face = faster than dialogue. Two faces = faster than a scene of action http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLQ5MPrME08
  • 13. Revise board & get feedback - You have 15 minutes to make changes and get feedback individually
  • 14. References Direct / Indirect Characterisation http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_the_five_different_methods_of_indirect_charact erization#slide1 Image - M.E.S. http://www.provence-luberon-news.com/en/Provence-Luberon-News/Art-andGallery/Photography/Alain-Barnole-Photographer-in-the-Luberon Image – 3D Camera http://realvision.ae/blog/2010/07/manufacturing-the-perfect-3d-camera-or-3dcamcorder/ Image – Sound http://www.logitech.com/en-us/product/surround-sound-speaker-z506 Image - Editing http://www.desktop-video-guide.com/video-editing-for-the-mac.html