POD EOA Breakdown

POD EOA Breakdown - DIRECTING FOR FILM I (FIL 2480)...

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DIRECTING FOR FILM I (FIL 2480) DIRECTOR’S BOOK POD EOA BREAKDOWN If your film is not Dramatic Narrative, then skip the Hero’s Journey box below and fill in whatever points you can for your film in the “story points” section of the large grid on page two. Then fill out the visual design grid on page three accordingly. Motifs Note the dominant motifs that you used throughout the composition (for example: circles, diagonal lines, negative space, rough texture, low key specular lighting, jump cuts, focal points jumps, discontinuity of action or logic, cars, hands, buildings). Remember, a motif is any element that is repeated throughout the composition so as to unify the whole of the piece. Unity, Harmony, Variety • Variety (Elements: Negative space, shape, color, editorial rhythm, etc.) • Harmony (Elements: Negative space, shape, color, editorial rhythm, etc.) • Unity (Elements: Negative space, shape, color, editorial rhythm, etc.) Tone and Mood
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