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Pre Production

  1. 1. FILM MAKINGPre Production Phase
  2. 2. STAGES OF FILM PRODUCTION Pre Production Production Post Production
  3. 3. FILMMAKING ROLES Producer- Manages production start to finish Director-Oversees shooting of film Screenwriter-Manages dialog and makes sure events unfold in an interesting way. Production Designer-Does the storyboarding—**1st thing to be done** Art Director-Responsible for set and props Cinematographer-Chooses lighting and camera shots Music Supervisor-Chooses music, makes sure sound fits the scene and is synchronized properly Editor-organizes and assembles the film
  4. 4. PRODUCTION CREWSAmelia, Producer Sabrina, Producer Matt, Producer Logan Shyla Colyn Mollie Dillon Alexis Veronica Kyle D Madison Jaloni Zack SerenaMaxx, Producer Ellie, Producer Jackson, Producer Kyle C Ally Lucas Molly Will Lindsey Laurel Marco Meghan Nicholas Brianna Jacob
  5. 5. PRE PRODUCTION TASKS Location scouting Wardrobe and props Schedule Script Storyboarding
  6. 6. ORIENTATIONLandscape Po r t r a i tWider than tall Taller than Wide
  8. 8. RULE OF THIRDS Centering your subject is less interesting Divide the frame into thirds, both vertically and horizontally Picture a tic-tac-toe board overlaying your screen. Place your key subject elements along those lines. If close up, align eyes 2/3’s up (along the top “line”) Where the lines intersect will be the best place for your subject.
  9. 9. ESTABLISHING SHOTShows where scene is set
  10. 10. WIDE SHOT (SOMETIMES CALLED LONG SHOT) Shows subject at a greater distance Gives a feel for the surroundings
  11. 11. FULL SHOT Shows the subject fully Head to toe
  12. 12. MEDIUM SHOT Focus is on person or subject Above-the-waist height Eliminates distracting background
  13. 13. CLOSE SHOT Person’s head or an object fills most of screen
  14. 14. EXTREME CLOSE UP SHOT  Face from chin to forehead or equivalent space  Use to show drama or detail
  15. 15. HEAD ROOMHeadroom
  16. 16. HEAD ROOMThe space between the top of a persons head and the top of your frame Too Little: Just Right Subject looks “cropped” Emphasizes chin & neck
  17. 17. HEAD ROOMThe space between the top of a persons head and the top of your frame Too Much Just Right Subject looks small and awkward Subject appear to be sinking
  18. 18. TWO SHOTShows relationship between two people
  19. 19. “OTS” SHOT OVER THE SHOULDER Gives character’s point of view  Show’s character’s shoulder Conversations or side of face Interviews
  20. 20. POINT OF VIEW SHOTS Place the audience in the position of the main character. Objects are shown through the main character’s eyes Examples: drunk person; horror films Engages your audience
  21. 21. DUTCH TILT  Angle is deliberately slanted to one side.  Use for dramatic effect  Helps portray unease, disorientation, frantic or desperate action, intoxication, madness, etc
  22. 22. SOMETIMES YOU MIGHT WANT TO BREAK THE RULES• Extreme close up• Focus on 1 facial feature to show emotion• Use too much headroom to depict smallness of subject• Put subject in middle to show surroundings in extreme long or wide shots
  23. 23. ASSESSMENT: SHOW WHAT YOU KNOWLog in to your Technolog y Blog at KidBlog.orgComplete the posted assignment