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Storyboards

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Storyboards

 

Assignment One

View the powerpoint presentation on storyboards here and read What is a Storyboard?.

 

Assignment Two

After watching several scenes from different films, choose one scene to storyboard.  This storyboard will be handed in.  You can find blank storyboards here.

 

Assignment Three

Choosing one scene from a script, storyboard the scene and film it.  You can find your favourite script here.

 

Assignment Four

Record your thoughts on the storyboard process and the filming process in the comments section below.

 

Film-Study

 

Comments (1)

wikiuser0001 said

at 7:25 am on Jun 19, 2009

If you were creating a movie I think the storyboard process would be a very exciting step. It is the first time where you can actually set up and see what the movie is going to look like. However it would also be a very tedious and demanding job since you have to draw out almost every shot. This is fine to do if you are making a very short film-hower if it were any feature length film the job could take a very long time.

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