Nov 7, Nov 14, Nov 21, Nov 28
Mise En Scene translates as “action in scene.” Participants must write and
shoot a story that doesn’t have any sound. Again, NO SOUND will be recorded.
That means no in camera audio or dialogue. The only audio present for these
films will be added in POST PRODUCTION (editing) for music and foley (sound
effects). The job of the students will be to learn how to visually tell a
story without the support of dialogue.
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO EQUIPMENT & SHOTS
1. Teaching the function/operations of cameras, lenses and tripods
2. Learning the basics of lighting and setting up lights
● Dissecting shots and figuring out which to use for parts of your story
● Learning the art of camera motion and how to use it to better your story
CHAPTER 2: PRE PRODUCTION
● What it takes to make a story
● How to write a script
● How to draw storyboards
CHAPTER 3: PRODUCTION
1. Taking your idea and bring it to life!
2. Make a team, and shoot with the idea you’ve created.
3. Every team member will be assigned a role to fulfill on the production
of this shoot, then rotate after every scene in order for all to learn
the different jobs on set.
CHAPTER 4: POST PRODUCTION
1. Edit the film on provided editing software.
2. Adding music
3. Adding foley (sound effects)
4. Adding credits.