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Script Write Tutorial 05
Script Write Tutorial 05
Script Write Tutorial 05
Script Write Tutorial 05
Script Write Tutorial 05
Script Write Tutorial 05
Script Write Tutorial 05
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Script Write Tutorial 05
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Script Write Tutorial 05

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Act out dialogue scene. …

Act out dialogue scene.
- Just voice
- Voice and acting

Story Mountain

Feasibility

Exposition

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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.
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    • 1. SCME 2071 Introduction to Script Writing Tutorial Five
    • 2. Schedule • • • • • • • 2:00-2:15 Roll call 2:15-2:45 Task 1: Act out dialogue (left side) 2:45-3:00 Feedback: PLOT/STRUCTURE. 3:00-3:20 Feedback: Character 3:20–3:40 Feedback: Theme 3:40-4:00 Feedback: Feasibility 4:00-4:30 Task 1: Act out dialogue (right side)
    • 3. Dialogue scene (left) In small groups read your scripts aloud and/or act them out. *Remember it’s not WHAT you say, but HOW you say it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfWr8Im_8HA (2:15 –3:29) Just voice https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2ClvmeNfcU (5:05-5:44) Voice and acting
    • 4. Feedback: PLOT/STRUCTURE *Discuss options for improving the PLOT/STRUCTURE
    • 5. Feedback: CHARACTER *Discuss options for improving the CHARACTERS
    • 6. Feedback: THEME *What is theme? http://www.slideshare.net/kjhatzi/theme-in-literature2135936?from_search=2 Movie scenes by theme http://www.textweek.com/movies/themeindex.htm Good vs Evil Family Man vs Nature
    • 7. Feedback: FEASIBILITY *Discuss options for improving the FEASIBILITY
    • 8. Exposition – what is it? Usually details that your audience needs to understand a later plot development or an anecdote to explain your hero’s personality flaws. http://thescriptlab.com/features/the-lists/859-ten-greatfilm-exposition-scenes
    • 9. References Painting – Reading in chairs http://readingandart.blogspot.hk/2012/05/nick-botting.html Image – Character http://tainacasatoriei.wordpress.com/page/44/?ref=spelling Image – Theme http://www.slideshare.net/tateln?utm_campaign=profiletracking&utm_medium=sssite&u tm_source=ssdownload Image – Story mountain http://wilsonkhoo.wordpress.com/tag/get-inspired/ Image – Feasibility http://www.outdoordrama.org/

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