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4. Creative Assignment 1: Developing Materials for the Global Film and TV Market

4. Creative Assignment 1: Developing Materials for the Global Film and TV Market
a) For this assignment, please develop 5 project ideas for feature films (studio or
independent), TV series, or new media properties that you consider suitable for
the global marketplace or a specific international territory (or territories).
Come up with a title, specify the genre, and create a one to two-sentence logline
for each project.
b) Pick one of the 5 project ideas you would like to further work on in this class and
write a one page synopsis.
c) Write one page, laying out a potential strategy for getting your project made.
Consider developing a project that you feel strongly about and that you could
envision developing in detail and producing yourself or setting up at an
independent production company or studio, network or streaming service in the
U.S. or abroad.
d) Pick one foreign film or television market you are particularly interested in and on
one two pages summarize any differences you can find to the U.S. film and
television market.
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I finished the assignment but I forgot the part (a), so please do part (a) please. I will also attach the paper I did. You might need the paper as reference.

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For this assignment, you will be creating a plan for communicating the new adopt

For this assignment, you will be creating a plan for communicating the new adoption of Dolby Atmos Immersive Sound System to the employees of the organization.
Within your communication plan you will need to:
Identify the sender(s), channel(s), and receiver(s) of the message.
Create the message (include all details necessary for the employees to fully understand the rationale for the adoption of the new technology, the learning plan, and the evaluation plan.
Describe in detail how the message will be delivered.
Describe in detail any follow up communication that will occur after the initial message is delivered and how exactly this will be done.
Include any tools, techniques, visuals, and/or presentation materials that will be used in the delivery of the message(s).

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Film studies

4. Creative Assignment 1: Developing Materials for the Global Film and TV Market

4. Creative Assignment 1: Developing Materials for the Global Film and TV Market
a) For this assignment, please develop 5 project ideas for feature films (studio or
independent), TV series, or new media properties that you consider suitable for
the global marketplace or a specific international territory (or territories).
Come up with a title, specify the genre, and create a one to two-sentence logline
for each project.
b) Pick one of the 5 project ideas you would like to further work on in this class and
write a one page synopsis.
c) Write one page, laying out a potential strategy for getting your project made.
Consider developing a project that you feel strongly about and that you could
envision developing in detail and producing yourself or setting up at an
independent production company or studio, network or streaming service in the
U.S. or abroad.
d) Pick one foreign film or television market you are particularly interested in and on
one two pages summarize any differences you can find to the U.S. film and
television market.
—————————————————————————-
I finished the assignment but I forgot the part (a), so please do part (a) please. I will also attach the paper I did. You might need the paper as reference.

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Film studies

For this assignment, you will be creating a plan for communicating the new adopt

For this assignment, you will be creating a plan for communicating the new adoption of Dolby Atmos Immersive Sound System to the employees of the organization.
Within your communication plan you will need to:
Identify the sender(s), channel(s), and receiver(s) of the message.
Create the message (include all details necessary for the employees to fully understand the rationale for the adoption of the new technology, the learning plan, and the evaluation plan.
Describe in detail how the message will be delivered.
Describe in detail any follow up communication that will occur after the initial message is delivered and how exactly this will be done.
Include any tools, techniques, visuals, and/or presentation materials that will be used in the delivery of the message(s).

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Take a look at the producer program: https://conservatory.afi.com/admissions-req

Take a look at the producer program:

Admissions Requirements


Answer these two question:
What two qualities do you possess that would serve you well as a producer?
What is one quality that you need help with to learn and grow to be a better producer?
Please help me edit a paragraph:
AVOID WORD REPETITION -One thing that can wreck the STYLE of any answer is the repeated use of the same word, or even a variation on that word, especially in the same sentence, when that repetition is not done intentionally or for effect. CREATE WORD PICTURES -That means using evocative word choices (use action verbs, use illustrative adjectives). Write in a way that paints a picture in the reader’s mind in such a way that would compel someone to engage in the story. See less WRITING WITH STYLE -The ability to write with style will be invaluable to your career, so use our class questionnaires as exercises to better your own abilities as a writer. Because like it or not, a large part of being able to do what you want to do will require you all to be good writers. PUNCTUATION AND SPACING ON THE PAGE FOR EMPHASIS – If you are working in Adobe Acrobat (which you should be), It’s quite EASY to do a paragraph break. You can go bold. You can italicize. You can even underline! REQUIRED WRITING TECHNIQUES ALLITERATION – Using multiple words with the same starting letter or sound in a pattern that is pleasing. RHYTHM and MUSICALITY – read your copy OUT LOUD to create this effect on the page. REPETITION OF WORDS – Used for an aesthetic effect or to make a point, not randomly or accidentally. USE OF FAMILIAR PHRASES or COMMON SAYINGS – and/or turning a known phrase around. ASK A PROVOCATIVE QUESTION… to which you either give the answer or purposefully withhold it. BE CREATIVE – replace commonplace adjectives and adverbs with more expressive choices. Instead of “very hot,” maybe “scorching”?

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I have to create a story board based off of my PSA scriipt on bullying. I have u

I have to create a story board based off of my PSA scriipt on bullying. I have uploaded an example and the instructions along with a blank story board.
storyboards that indicate images, dialog and sounds. Your scriipt and storyboards will be your roadmap for shooting the film. Be sure your storyboards indicate any transition shots you might need. Storyboards should follow the style of the storyboards shown in class. They should be in the template provided. Audio and video information must be typed.

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Take a look at the producer program: https://conservatory.afi.com/admissions-req

Take a look at the producer program:

Admissions Requirements


Answer these two question:
What two qualities do you possess that would serve you well as a producer?
What is one quality that you need help with to learn and grow to be a better producer?
Please help me edit a paragraph:
AVOID WORD REPETITION -One thing that can wreck the STYLE of any answer is the repeated use of the same word, or even a variation on that word, especially in the same sentence, when that repetition is not done intentionally or for effect. CREATE WORD PICTURES -That means using evocative word choices (use action verbs, use illustrative adjectives). Write in a way that paints a picture in the reader’s mind in such a way that would compel someone to engage in the story. See less WRITING WITH STYLE -The ability to write with style will be invaluable to your career, so use our class questionnaires as exercises to better your own abilities as a writer. Because like it or not, a large part of being able to do what you want to do will require you all to be good writers. PUNCTUATION AND SPACING ON THE PAGE FOR EMPHASIS – If you are working in Adobe Acrobat (which you should be), It’s quite EASY to do a paragraph break. You can go bold. You can italicize. You can even underline! REQUIRED WRITING TECHNIQUES ALLITERATION – Using multiple words with the same starting letter or sound in a pattern that is pleasing. RHYTHM and MUSICALITY – read your copy OUT LOUD to create this effect on the page. REPETITION OF WORDS – Used for an aesthetic effect or to make a point, not randomly or accidentally. USE OF FAMILIAR PHRASES or COMMON SAYINGS – and/or turning a known phrase around. ASK A PROVOCATIVE QUESTION… to which you either give the answer or purposefully withhold it. BE CREATIVE – replace commonplace adjectives and adverbs with more expressive choices. Instead of “very hot,” maybe “scorching”?

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Hello there, please read the word doc instructions carefully and let me know if

Hello there, please read the word doc instructions carefully and let me know if you have any questions.

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What do we make of the film’s obsessive focus on eyes?

What do we make of the film’s obsessive focus on eyes?
This reflection should be well thought through, but it doesn’t have to be well crafted. You’re thinking out loud, not writing a formal paper. You don’t need a thesis, argument, etc. You can be casual and exploratory.

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Describe how (pan, tilt, tracking, etc) and explore why; how does it function to serve the narrative and

1. WATCH: All That Heaven Allows, 1955, d. Sirk, USA, 98mins
2. READ: FILM ART, Ch. 5: Cinematography
3. WRITE: 500+ words closely examining and analyzing the cinematography of a scene of
your choosing from All That Heaven Allows.
Your close analysis should include relevant elements of mise-en-scene and how they
interacts and function with cinematography in the scene you have chosen – in addition to
more specific details about:
1. Lighting: describe how the scene is lit, how it makes you feel, and why – what
function does it serve narratively or emotionally?; take note of how the filmmakers
use highlights & shadows and the other major aspects of lighting (quality, direction,
source, color).
2. Camera Position – Framing & Perspective: describe the use of composition and
perspective in the scene; take note of how framing and perspective create meaning
in the scene through the relationship between camera-actor-environment; make
note of the use of focus, focal lengths and depth of field, as well as the angle / level /
height of the camera in each shot if relevant.
3. Camera Movement & Shot Duration: Does the camera move? Describe how (pan,
tilt, tracking, etc) and explore why; how does it function to serve the narrative and
emotion of the scene? How does it function to reveal or conceal offscreen space? Is
frame mobility dependent on actor movement or independent of it?
Introduce the scene by contextualizing it within the overall narrative/world. Then you
should detail and analyze the cinematic choices made by the director and cinematographer
in the scene: explore the meaning and/or function of these choices and how they serve the
narrative and work together with the mise-en-scene.
I suggest you go through the scene chronologically and break it down accordingly. Films are
constructed as real-time experience for viewers, and choices are made accordingly.
NOTE: When describing shots and camera movement, you must use the proper terminology
(i.e. medium shot, close-up, long shot, ‘tracking shot’, etc). Refer back to the power point or
our book if you need clarification.