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  1. 1. Welcome to the Character Cafe! By: Autumn Schaffer Movie Length: 0:12:26 1 Still 00:00:06 Film Tip Edit Tip Establishing Shot Still photo, in color, taken within the classroom 1 Opening Scene Actors are sitting at a table, drinking tea, and having a conversation. Establishing Shot Long shots are also referred to as wide shots or establishing shots. An establishing shot establishes the subject’s location for your viewers by revealing its surrounding. It might also be used to cover broad action involving several people in a large area. 2 Audio Film Tip Edit Tip Spoken by Actor 2 Opening Scene of Title “Welcome to the Character Cafe” is spoken by actor . 3 Title 00:00:03 Film Tip Edit Tip Words scroll across screen 3 Opening Scene of Title “Welcome to the Character Cafe” scrolls across the screen. 4 Still 00:00:30 Film Tip Edit Tip Close-up Still photos, in color, taken within the classroom 4 Opening of Video- Children with Books Images of kindergarten students holding their favorite books appear. Close-up A close-up focuses your viewer’s attention on specific details. It demands that the viewer concentrate on the information you are giving them. In storytelling, close-ups have great emotional impact. They can also be used to give the audience information the characters in your video don’t have. For example, showing a close-up of a sign reading “wet paint”, right before a medium shot of your character in the process of sitting down on a painted park bench, would build anticipation and set up the audience for the laugh. You will most likely need to use a camera support, like a tripod, in order to get a steady shot. Check out the camera-handling section. A close-up of a person would frame the subject from the top of the head to the top of the shoulders. Human emotions are best revealed in close-ups! 5 Music Film Tip Edit Tip Pop Vol 1 www.freeplaymusic.com 5 Opening of Video- Children with Books Alley Kat As images of students are shown, “Forever” is played in the background. www.atomiclearning.com
  2. 2. Welcome to the Character Cafe! By: Autumn Schaffer Movie Length: 0:12:26 6 Video 00:02:00 Film Tip Edit Tip Zooming In Video clip- in color 6 Scene 1: Meeting at the Cafe Actors have conversation over “tea”- discussing books they have read lately and how the characters in books are similar to making new friends. Zooming In You change the angle of view by zooming in to a narrow angle of view (telephoto) See “close-up” 7 Still 00:00:30 Film Tip Edit Tip Close-up Still photos, in color 7 End of Scene 1: Images of Students Still photos of images of students with their classmates/friends sharing a book. Close-up A close-up focuses your viewer’s attention on specific details. It demands that the viewer concentrate on the information you are giving them. In storytelling, close-ups have great emotional impact. They can also be used to give the audience information the characters in your video don’t have. For example, showing a close-up of a sign reading “wet paint”, right before a medium shot of your character in the process of sitting down on a painted park bench, would build anticipation and set up the audience for the laugh. You will most likely need to use a camera support, like a tripod, in order to get a steady shot. Check out the camera-handling section. A close-up of a person would frame the subject from the top of the head to the top of the shoulders. Human emotions are best revealed in close-ups! 8 Music Film Tip Edit Tip Pop Vol 1 www.freeplaymusic.com 8 End of Scene 1: Images of Students Loving You As images of students with their classmates appear, “Loving You” plays. www.atomiclearning.com
  3. 3. Welcome to the Character Cafe! By: Autumn Schaffer Movie Length: 0:12:26 9 Video 00:02:00 Film Tip Edit Tip Medium Shot Video clip- in color 9 Scene 2: Character Example 1 Actor holds some of her favorite books and explains why she likes them. She explains how she can identify with the characters in the story. Medium Shot A medium shot frames more of your subject while still revealing some of the background. If your subject is a person, a medium shot would show the person from about the waist up. Medium shots provide more detail than long shots, which makes them more interesting to your viewer. 10 Title 00:00:03 Film Tip Edit Tip Words scroll across screen 10 “You can be a Character” Title The words “You can be a Character” scroll across the screen. Actor reads this as it passes. 11 Video 00:02:00 Film Tip Edit Tip Zooming In Video clip- in color 11 Scene 3: Character Example 2 As actor explains the character in a particular book, the camera zooms in and shows that the actor is dressed in a way similar to the character in the story. Zooming In You change the angle of view by zooming in to a narrow angle of view (telephoto) See “close-up” 12 Title 00:00:03 Film Tip Edit Tip Words scroll across the screen 12 “How are you like the Characters?” Title The words “How are you like the Characters?” scroll across the screen. Actor reads this as it passes. www.atomiclearning.com
  4. 4. Welcome to the Character Cafe! By: Autumn Schaffer Movie Length: 0:12:26 13 Video 00:02:00 Film Tip Edit Tip Medium Shot Video clip- in color 13 Scene 4: Character Example 3 Actor explains the character in a particular book and how he/she relates to it. The camera angle shows that she is again dressed like the character in the story. Medium Shot A medium shot frames more of your subject while still revealing some of the background. If your subject is a person, a medium shot would show the person from about the waist up. Medium shots provide more detail than long shots, which makes them more interesting to your viewer. 14 Title 00:00:03 Film Tip Edit Tip Words scroll across the screen 14 “You can be a Character too!” Title The words “You can be a Character too!” scroll across the screen. Actor reads this as it passes. 15 Video 00:02:00 Film Tip Edit Tip Zooming In Video clip- in color 15 Scene 5: Character Example 4 Actor explains the character in a particular book and how she feels she is like that character. She explains the common traits they have. Zooming In You change the angle of view by zooming in to a narrow angle of view (telephoto) See “close-up” 16 Title 00:00:03 Film Tip Edit Tip Words scroll across screen 16 “Find Your Character!” Title The words “Find Your Character” scrolls across the screen. Actor reads this as it passes. www.atomiclearning.com
  5. 5. Welcome to the Character Cafe! By: Autumn Schaffer Movie Length: 0:12:26 17 Video 00:01:00 Film Tip Edit Tip Medium Shot Video clip- in color 17 Scene 6: Call to Action Actors return to cafe area (like in scene 1) and one actor addresses the audience- asking them to read and choose their favorite characters. Medium Shot A medium shot frames more of your subject while still revealing some of the background. If your subject is a person, a medium shot would show the person from about the waist up. Medium shots provide more detail than long shots, which makes them more interesting to your viewer. 18 Music 00:00:05 Film Tip Edit Tip Pop Vol 1 www.freeplaymusic.com 18 Ending Music Flash As scene 6 ends, this music begins and continues to the video is complete. www.atomiclearning.com

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