OBJECTIVE: Demonstrate your ability to:
- Identify shot composition and camera angles from contemporary film
- Develop an original adaptation of a movie scene
Shot-for-shot (or shot-for-shot adaptation, shot-for-shot remake) is a way to describe a visual work that is transferred almost completely identically from the original work without much interpretation.
In the film industry, most screenplays are adapted into a storyboard by the director and/or storyboard artists to visually represent the director’s vision for each shot, so that the crew can understand what is being aimed for.
Create a shot-for-shot adaptation of a movie scene of your choice. You may choose any movie you’d like, including animated movies — keep your scene under TWO MINUTES. You will be creating a storyboard from the scene to help you plan out your shots.
Select movie scene (Must be approved by Mr. Olmedo)
Have your storyboard shot list and storyboards on hand and rock ‘n roll! Have all props and actors/actresses ready, make sure your locations have been scouted and pre-approved for shooting and, most of all, have fun!
Create your project folder (and all subsequent directories)
Edit your footage in Adobe Premiere
You may only use original sound/music from the original film
Export and upload to YouTube
Publish to your blog
TRT must be under 2:00
Include GIFs & Reflection