More Than Just a Social Club: Furman Greek PhilanthropyStoryboard and Shot        List         Rivers Townes         Anna ...
Shot Type: Still PhotosShot Number: 1Introduction                                                Visual Representation:Des...
Shot Type: Mid Shot (MS)Shot Number: 2Eddie Young Interview                                                  Visual Repres...
Shot Type: Close up Shot (CU)Shot Number: 3Abby Delahoyde Interview                                               Visual R...
Shot Type: Still PhotosShot Number: 4Voice Over Transition aboutMisconceptions                                Visual Repre...
Shot Type: Mid Shot (MS)Shot Number: 5Kevin Jones Interview                                                 Visual Represe...
Shot Type: Mid Shot (MS)Shot Number: 6Rachel Pitman Interview                                                   Visual Rep...
Shot Type: Mid Shot (MS)Shot Number: 7Katelyn Ammons Interview                                                 Visual Repr...
Shot Type: Mid Shot (MS)Shot Number: 8Lee Cotton Interview                                                Visual Represent...
Shot Type: Still PhotosShot Number: 9Voice Over Transition, introducing KappaDelta’s Shamrock ‘n’ Run                     ...
Shot Type: Mid Shot (MS)Shot Number: 10Jenny Dawson and Allison AyerstInterview                                       Visu...
Shot Type: Wide Shot (WS)Shot Number: 11Shamrock ‘n’ Run B-roll                                             Visual Represe...
Shot Type: Mid Shot + Still PhotosShot Number: 12Eddie Young Interview 2                                               Vis...
Shot Type: Still PhotosShot Number: 13Voice Over Transition about Participationin Non-Greek Community Service            V...
Shot Type: Mid Shot (MS)Shot Number: 14Katelyn Ammons Interview 2                                              Visual Repr...
Shot Type: Mid Shot (MS) + Still PhotosShot Number: 15Drew Callaghan Interview                                            ...
Shot Type: Mid Shot (MS) + Still PhotosShot Number: 16Eddie Young Interview 3                                             ...
Shot Type: Mid Shot (MS)Shot Number: 17Kevin Jones Interview 2                                               Visual Repres...
Shot Type: Mid Shot (MS)Shot Number: 18Eddie Young Interview 4                                           Visual Representa...
Shot Type: Still PhotosShot Number: 19Conclusion                                                   Visual Representation:D...
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Storyboard and Shot List

  1. 1. More Than Just a Social Club: Furman Greek PhilanthropyStoryboard and Shot List Rivers Townes Anna Wheeler Chad Daniel
  2. 2. Shot Type: Still PhotosShot Number: 1Introduction Visual Representation:Description:• General description of Greek life atFurman• Address stereotypical views of Greeksby non-Greeks (parties, etc.)• B-roll pictures of fraternity/sororitymembers at various non-philanthropicevents• Voice over
  3. 3. Shot Type: Mid Shot (MS)Shot Number: 2Eddie Young Interview Visual Representation:Description:• Introduce Eddie Young as Inter-Fraternity Council Advisor with subtitle• Clip of how social activities overshadowcommunity service by Greeks• Fraternities and sororities can do abetter job of advertising/getting theword out about philanthropic events.
  4. 4. Shot Type: Close up Shot (CU)Shot Number: 3Abby Delahoyde Interview Visual Representation:Description:• Introduce Abby as independent studentwith subtitle•Independent view of Greek life• View of social advantages tofreshmen/people who decide to goGreek
  5. 5. Shot Type: Still PhotosShot Number: 4Voice Over Transition aboutMisconceptions Visual Representation:Description:• Voice Over B-roll of stills of Greekphilanthropic events• Serves to transition betweenindependent interview and Greekinterview
  6. 6. Shot Type: Mid Shot (MS)Shot Number: 5Kevin Jones Interview Visual Representation:Description:•Introduce Kevin as Sigma Nu presidentwith subtitle• Even as a fraternity member, agreeswith the view that fraternities often puttoo much emphasis on social aspect• Hopes that students realize theimportance of philanthropies as a part ofGreek life.
  7. 7. Shot Type: Mid Shot (MS)Shot Number: 6Rachel Pitman Interview Visual Representation:Description:• Introduce Rachel as independentstudent living on the Tri Delta hall withsubtitle• Didn’t think philanthropies were a largepart of sorority life• Discussion of Tri Delta’s Fall break tripto visit their philanthropy, at St. JudeChildren’s Research Hospital
  8. 8. Shot Type: Mid Shot (MS)Shot Number: 7Katelyn Ammons Interview Visual Representation:Description:•Introduce Katelyn as Tri Deltaphilanthropy chair and Heller ServiceCorps president with subtitle• Introduction to Tri Delta’s nationalphilanthropy, St. Jude• Discussion of recent fundraising event,DHOP (Delta House of Pancakes)
  9. 9. Shot Type: Mid Shot (MS)Shot Number: 8Lee Cotton Interview Visual Representation:Description:•Introduce Lee as brother of Sigma AlphaEpsilon with subtitle•SAE’s national philanthropy is theChildren’s Miracle Network Hospital,supported through Paddy Murphy week• Description of other fraternities’fundraising events, such as Sigma Nu’sflag football tournament
  10. 10. Shot Type: Still PhotosShot Number: 9Voice Over Transition, introducing KappaDelta’s Shamrock ‘n’ Run Visual Representation:Description:•Voice Over B-roll of still shots of Greekphilanthropic events.• All Greek organizations host some kindof event benefitting their individualphilanthropies.• Still shots of KD 5K while introducingthe event and their philanthropy withvoice over
  11. 11. Shot Type: Mid Shot (MS)Shot Number: 10Jenny Dawson and Allison AyerstInterview Visual Representation:Description:• Jenny and Allison introduce themselvesand their positions in Kappa Delta• Description of Shamrock ‘n’ Run eventand proceeds• Introduce local and nationalphilanthropies
  12. 12. Shot Type: Wide Shot (WS)Shot Number: 11Shamrock ‘n’ Run B-roll Visual Representation:Description:•B-roll of start of the Kappa DeltaShamrock ‘n’ Run with voice overdescribing the event• Discusses amount of money raised• How people can get involved withoutrunning the 5K, through purchasingpinwheels to decorate the course.
  13. 13. Shot Type: Mid Shot + Still PhotosShot Number: 12Eddie Young Interview 2 Visual Representation:Description:• Eddie Young discussing fraternity bidday event at Eden Farms and MLK DreamWeekend• B-roll of still shots of Eden Farms• Benefit to fraternity members
  14. 14. Shot Type: Still PhotosShot Number: 13Voice Over Transition about Participationin Non-Greek Community Service Visual Representation:OrganizationsDescription:•B-roll still shots of Greek members atnon-Greek community service events• Discussion of Greek involvement• Example of Heller Service Corps as oneorganization with Greek involvement
  15. 15. Shot Type: Mid Shot (MS)Shot Number: 14Katelyn Ammons Interview 2 Visual Representation:Description:• Description of Heller Service Corps• On-campus and Off-campuscommunity service events that studentsget involved with.• Local events and on-campus events
  16. 16. Shot Type: Mid Shot (MS) + Still PhotosShot Number: 15Drew Callaghan Interview Visual Representation:Description:•Introduce Drew as Sigma Alpha EpsilonVice President and Heller Service CorpsLegal Division Director with subtitle• Valentine’s Day Dance and Fall Festhave Greek involvement that are notnecessarily as visible as social events• B-roll still shots of Greeks involved inHeller Service Corps community service
  17. 17. Shot Type: Mid Shot (MS) + Still PhotosShot Number: 16Eddie Young Interview 3 Visual Representation:Description:• Changing perceptions of Greek life bynon-Greeks and freshmen throughdifferent presentation and speaking topeople• Reaching out to the Furmancommunity at large through advertisingphilanthropic activity• B-roll still shots of Greek philanthropicevents
  18. 18. Shot Type: Mid Shot (MS)Shot Number: 17Kevin Jones Interview 2 Visual Representation:Description:• Re-emphasizes Eddie Young’sdiscussion of reaching out to the non-Greek community•Getting independents involved in Greekevents as Greeks are involved inindependent life
  19. 19. Shot Type: Mid Shot (MS)Shot Number: 18Eddie Young Interview 4 Visual Representation:Description:• Persistence is key in spreadinginformation and knowledge about thedeeper meaning of Greek life.
  20. 20. Shot Type: Still PhotosShot Number: 19Conclusion Visual Representation:Description:• B-roll of Greek philanthropic still shotswith voice over• Tying everything together; how bothGreek and non-Greek students canbetter communicate and collaborate inorder to bring the biggest benefit to theFurman community

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