We have still not decided where we will film this scene. I was thinking possibly just a very large empty car park – you would be able to show the space in between them (and they would be able to physically move along way away from each other. I will suggest this to my group members today in class – I feel like we are a little behind!!!
I’m thinking of using still photos of scrabble letters in my Digitale (digital tale). I will have my voice reading from the script, and then use the scrabble letters to highlight certain words. Hopefully, if selected carefully, the words alone would allow you to follow the story.. I guess this could even be a start to my storyboard for my Digitale – the idea. I am yet to finalise my script.
I’d like to make the idea of this Digitale ‘the impact of people’s words’. This is why I have chosen to use Scrabble letters showing certain words. My story is based upon what someone said to me, something that I found incredibly shocking. Hopefully by using these Scrabble words, I will be able to convey to the audience that words, and what you say to others, have great importance and can completely ruin or make a man/woman within seconds, or at least change your opinion of them.
I love this still image of a scene from ‘Pride and Prejudice’ (2005).
The famous shot of Scarlett standing under the sprawling branches of the tree, looking back towards Tara. This is the storyboard photo describing the camera movement.
Detailed storyboard from the 1939 film ‘Gone With the Wind’ – one of my favourite films of all time!
A quick 5 min storyboard that I drew in last week’s lecture. We had to follow the idea of a woman running out onto the road. Here I have drawn a sequence of a woman finishing a business discussion with someone inside a building. As she leaves she receives an important phone call. We then cut to a medium shot of a family fighting in the car – the kids in the back seat distracting Mum and Dad in the front. We then have an establishing shot from a higher position to see that the woman is focussing on answering the phone rather than looking at the road. We then have a close up of the woman’s face looking up and realising the danger. Back to the medium shot in the car, we see the Mum yell ‘LOOK OUT!’ and the Dad turn to see the woman on the road. We then have another long shot from a higher position – this time looking towards the woman, over the car (the opposite) – to see that the car swerve to miss the woman.