University of Southern California. MFA Animation Fall 2004
Five Shots Story - Exercise in Cinematic Eloquence. Story told in five shots utilising elements of Cinematic Expression:
Lens, Lighting (Mood), Composition, Color, Exposure, Camera Movement
Shot on Film
Purpose of the exercise is to explore effectiveness of creative Choices in respect to story-telling visual eloquence.
Students are judged based on realization of creative process:
1. Previsualization 2. Research 3. Preproduction 4. Execution 5. Visual eloquence.
Every stage of the process communicated to and supervised by the instructor
|"It's in this stone... I just need to bring it out" Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475 - 1564)