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Planning your music video lesson 1


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Planning your music video lesson 1

  1. 1. Music Video: Planning
  2. 2. What were we doing last lesson?
  3. 3. Today You will take the knowledge you have previously learnt about pre-production and music video production and apply it to plan a music video.
  4. 4. By the end of today, you  MUST be able to develop a basic premise for a music video  SHOULD create storyboards for your music video idea  COULD develop in depth pre-production planning documentation.
  5. 5. Remind me… What is pre-production?  Is the planning phase of any project. It is where we think about what we need to do, how we will do it, who will do it and when it needs to be done by..
  6. 6. Why do we need to conduct planning for a video production?
  7. 7. What do we need to plan for? IDEAS EQUIPMENT TIME LOCATION CAST & CREW FINANCE
  8. 8. What do we use a storyboard for?
  9. 9. How do we plan how much money we will need for our production?
  10. 10. Why is it important to plan our finances?
  11. 11. What planning document do we need to do for our locations, and why?
  12. 12. How do we plan our time?
  13. 13. Today You will come up with a basic idea for a music video. You will then begin to develop these ideas by creating the pre-production planning documents you need.
  14. 14. Music video planning You have been asked to pitch an idea for a music video for the track “Heartlines” by Florence + The Machine
  15. 15. Music video planning You will need to create pre-production planning for the track, including storyboards, production schedules, milestones, location recces, budgets, filming permissions etc…
  16. 16. Task 1 Working alone listen to the song on Moodle and analyse the lyrics. Could you interpret the lyrics and use these to inspire your music video, or will you choose to create an idea that doesn’t relate to the lyrics at all?
  17. 17. Task 2 Brainstorm at least 3 different ideas for a music video for the track you have been given. Think about; how you can use narrative in your video What styles you can incorporate If you will include any performance in the video Where it will be filmed (the location)
  18. 18. Task 3 Begin to create a basic idea for a music video by creating brainstorms for different ideas, identifying the styles of music video you could use as well as its setting and basic narrative. Try to develop these brainstorms as much as possible – the more in depth they are the more developed your ideas will be!
  19. 19. Task 4 Start your pre-production planning by beginning to create storyboards for your idea.
  20. 20. Plenary: ideas factory In groups of 4, pitch your idea to the others. Explain to them your music videos basic idea and what different styles and techniques you would use to make your video. Share your storyboard with your peers, and use it to sell them your idea.
  21. 21. Next week You will continue to develop your ideas for your music video, applying the pre-production skills you have learnt so far to continue planning your idea. You should continue to develop your ideas outside of the lesson.

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