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Storyboard 1

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Storyboard 1

  1. 1. STORYBOARD
  2. 2. Final Story Board
  3. 3. This is the first page of frames of our Adaptation to the film the boy who cried Wolf This is our establishing shot that fades in from the title, the reason for the establishing medium 2 shot is not only to show the audience our location and setting but for them to grasp the two protagonists and be thrown straight into the action . The frame allows the audience to understand that our two protagonists our two deviant characters as they our shown playing knock down ginger to strangers.There is no dialogue in our opening frame. As during our research we looked at thefilm trainspotting ,the opening scene to trainspotting is fast paced there is not muchtalking involved in the first frame this is something in our group we want to emulateas it gives our target audience the ability to jump straight into the action andemotion in the scene without being distracted by the dialogue .
  4. 4. This is the first page of frames of our Adaptation to the film the boy who cried Wolf The second shot we have is our “chase scene” the transition for the 2 medium shot would be the camera panning left from a medium shot this would follow by a cut to camera 2 following the actors ,again we looked at trainspotting for inspiration and guidance during there chase scene there are various cuts which allow the audience to see different points during the chase . In terms of fx weve decided to use non diegetic faced paced music as this would help highlight the fastened pace.For research and planning weve looked at trainspotting in particular the chasescene. The chase uses non diegetic music to highlight the fasten pace andexcitement from the chase , the chase also allows the audience to get a greatersense of the character behaviour this is why in our short film we want to include thechase in the beginning as It would allow the audience to understand that thecharacters are deviant .
  5. 5. This is the first page of frames of our Adaptation to the film the boy who cried WolfLocation Slowed down pace done in editing Lighting SoundThe third shot we have is the running down of stairs again there is no dialogue in this clip aswe want the audience to rely on the non diegetic music and the actions of the character tobuild up an understanding of what type of characters they are. For this shot to work wewould place a camera on the last step as the actors one by one run down the stairs thecamera being in a medium shot would tilt up to the face of the actors .this whole shot wouldstill have the continuation of the music
  6. 6. This is the first page of frames of our Adaptation to the film the boy who cried Wolf The thrid and fourth f
  7. 7. This is the first page of frames of ourAdaptation to the film the boy who criedWolf
  8. 8. This is the first page of frames of our Adaptation to the film the boy who cried Wolf This is our establishing shot that fades in from the title, the reason for the establishing medium 2 shot is not only to show the audience our location and setting but for them to grasp the two protagonists and be thrown straight into the action . The frame allows the audience to understand that our two protagonists our two deviant characters as they our shown playing knock down ginger to strangers.There is no dialogue in our opening frame. As during our research we looked at thefilm trainspotting ,the opening scene to trainspotting is fast paced there is not muchtalking involved in the first frame this is something in our group we want to emulateas it gives our target audience the ability to jump straight into the action andemotion in the scene without being distracted by the dialogue .
  9. 9. Ideas for scriptFurther adapt the story tale Boy on his own The boy who cried wolf Who does the boy cry wolf to and what does he cry Boy and girl both Boy and The boy makes make prank calls to girl who prank calls to the The police are both emergency deviant services characters
  10. 10. CharactersAs a group we decided on the use of two characters a boy and a girl ,best friends whoAlways naive and unaware of there consequences the age of the
  11. 11. Cries Wolfby Michael Kiggundu, Victoria Gafoor and Geoffrey Chambers Yeboah Mis en scene Props phone

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