Week 9, March 25
Djibril Diop Mambéty.
This Week: Audio Portraits IV
-Listen to Audio Portraits
-Begin discussing Project 3
Project 3: Continuity Project

-This project is about in conveying action in a scene through continuity editing, as discussed in lecture.
-You'll each make your own film (scripted, shot, and edited!) but you'll be working in pairs and acting in each others' films.
-Start by making a storyboard with 10-14 shots planned out.
-Remember the rules of continuity editing -- 180 degree rule, eyeline matching, etc.
-Don't worry about location sound, or dialogue, though you can add sound effects and soundtrack in post if you choose.
-Final pieces should be 2-3 minutes.
-Have fun and be creative!

Lab 11, April 8: Storyboards due
Lab 12, April 15: Shoot your films in class
Lab 13, May 6: Editing and last "pick-up" shots if needed
Lab 14, May 13: Project 3 due.

Basic Storyboard Template.

-Classic storyboards: Akira Kurosawa, Alfred Hitchcock.
-Remember Hotaru? Here are the storyboards for the forest scene, including annotations as to specific plants which should be acquired as digital assets.
-Extremely non-classic storyboards: mine.
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