Tuesday, 6 November 2012

6 WEEK PLAN

WEEK 1:
• Start looking at various locations, choosing where we will film and what works best.
• Ensure the pre-production is completed (trailer analysis, research, planning)
• Purchase/find all the costumes and props we need for filming.
• Work out how many hours we will spend setting up and filming over the next 6 weeks
WEEK 2:
• Ensure everything is ready for filming.
• Begin the film process, starting with deciding on the shot types
• Spend 7 hours per week on filming
WEEK 3:
• Continue with filming (7 hours during the week) • Start deciding what scenes would work best
• Decide how it would look after editing
WEEK 4:
• Continue with filming (7 hours during the week)
• Ensure the shots/scenes fit with the ancillary task
• Ensure that the scenes we have filmed are at a good enough quality
WEEK 5:
• Continue with filming (7 hours during the week)
• Begin finishing off filming, ensuring that everything is correct and at a high standard
• Start thinking about the editing and how we will divide the responsibilities between us equally
WEEK 6:
• Finally, last 7 hours of filming
• Ensure it’s completely finished, without any errors or bad quality
• Prepare for post-production
• Make sure all the above are completed for the deadline

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