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A31 - THE FEATURE FILMThis Assignment is worth 63 marks. The value of each question is stated in the left margin.Work slowly and carefully. If you have difficulty, go back and review the appropriate topic. Read all parts of your assignment carefully, record your answers in the appropriate places, and proofread your answers.(10 marks)1.Now that you’ve read a scene from a shooting script, you should be able to create one of your own. Suppose that you wanted to make a film version of one of the stories your have read in English 30-1. Develop a shooting script for one scene.Here are some tips to help you with this task: Select one story from your course.Choose an interesting part of the story for your scene. (I didn’t read this book this course, but I remember reading this book and watching a movie about it not too long ago, so I will be doing the boy in the stripped pajamas)Model your shooting script on the one in Lesson 1.Use one column for camera directions and visual information, such as location and props.In the other column, include the dialogue and directions for the actors.You may use the conversation in the story for your dialogue, but you may also add words as necessary.Use some method to differentiate between the dialogue and the stage directions. For example, you can use italics for the stage directions or a different colour. Note that stage directions are usually placed within parentheses.Be sure to indicate the name of the story your script is based on.Name of the story that this script is based on:The Boy in the Stripped Pajamas Camera Shots and Visual InformationDialogue and Acting DirectionsOverhead shot of Bruno arriving at the houseAD: Car rolls into driveway D: Bruno: Where are we mom? Mom: We are home nowStraight View of Bruno walking inside the house AD: Family walls inside the home D: Bruno: Wow, it seems dullBruno playing in the garden AD: Bruno on swing set
Bruno looking around the house and the campAD: Bruno searching aroundBruno finding out about the camp AD: Bruno at the dinner table with his family D: Bruno: Why is there a camp next to our house D: Father: It houses the bad people of Germany and its our job to ensure they don’t escape. D: Gretel: There are also Jewish people in there.Overhead shot of Bruno entering the camp. AD: Bruno crawling under the fenceD: Shmuel: Welcome to the Camp vD: Bruno: Wow, it looks so dull and why are these uniforms so dirty. D: Shmuel: They never let us take showers and they force us to work so hardWhen you have completed this question, go to Lesson 2 in Section 4. Be sure to save your response first.(5 marks)2.In Lesson 2, you thought about different camera shots that can be used when making a movie. For each of the following camera shots, briefly explain the effect that the shot would have on the audience.