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The Three (3) Key Factors to Filmmaking and Video Production. Filmmaking and Video Production. Three Parts to “The Movie’s Construction”. Review Film Crew / Filmmaking Step by Step/ Project Planning 2013 PowerPoint Notes for Understanding …. Pre-Production Production Post Production.

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The three 3 key factors to filmmaking and video production

The Three (3) Key Factors to Filmmaking and Video Production

Filmmaking and Video Production


Three parts to the movie s construction

Three Parts to “The Movie’s Construction”

Review Film Crew / Filmmaking Step by Step/ Project Planning 2013 PowerPoint

Notes for Understanding …

  • Pre-Production

  • Production

  • Post Production

Writing the Treatment / Writing the Summary / Writing a Script / Drawing a Storyboard

Building Production Team / Casting Actors / Filming Scenes of Movie

Editing Scenes Together and Creating Movie from Scenes and add Sound and Music


Three camera views perspectives

Three Camera Views (perspectives)

Review Camera PowerPoint Notes for Understanding …

  • Me Looking at You (1st person)

  • You Looking at Me (2nd person)

  • The Audience Looking at Us (3rd person)

The camera is the eyes of the person (me, you, audience)– 1st – 2nd- 3rd person eye view


Three act structure

Three Act Structure

  • The Beginning

  • The Middle

  • The End

Act #1 Boy meets Girl / Act #2 Boy falls in love with Girl / Act #3 Boy and Girl go to HS Prom

Act #1 Villain attacks City / Act #2 Super Hero attacks Villain / Act #3 City is back to normal

Act #1 Nerd tries out for HS School Team / Act #2 Nerd makes the team but does not play /

Act #3 Star of team get arrested for drug usage Nerd plays in last game and helps team win !


Three types of montages

Three Types of Montages

  • Three types of montages are:

  • A.Recap / Summery / Highlights –

  • Review of a full 1 hour or more movie in 3 -5 minutes or less)

  • B. Trailer - Advertisement and movie (sneak peek)

    A trailer or preview is an advertisement for a feature film that will be exhibited in the future at a cinema, on whose screen they are shown. The term "trailer" comes from their having originally been shown at the end of a feature film screening.

  • C. Collage / Montage - Photo and Video

    A single pictorial composition made by juxtaposing or superimposing many pictures or designs. The art or process of making such a composition.


Three parts to the movie s story

Three parts to “The Movie’s Story”

  • The Treatment

  • The Summary

  • The Script


Three point studio lighting

Three Point Studio Lighting

Review Lighting PowerPoint Notes for Understanding …

  • The Main/Key Light

  • The Fill Light

  • The Back Light


Three parts to the movie s story1

Three Parts to “The Movie’s Story”

  • The Treatment

The film treatment will have a beginning, middle and an end. Generally speaking, the treatments is similar to that of an overview or synopsis of the film idea.

CLICK HERE: >>>> How to Write a Film Treatment


Three parts to the movie s story2

Three parts to “The Movie’s Story”

  • The Summary

A summary is a condensed version of a text (articles, news, stories), presenting the essence or the pulp of that specific story. It's usually brief, to the point,, discarding a lot of not so significant details.

CLICK HERE: >>>>>> HOW TO WRITE A SUMMARY:


Three parts to the movie s story3

Three parts to “The Movie’s Story”

  • The Script

Click Here >>>> Writing a Script


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