From Script to Screen – with Peter Stein, ASC
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From Script to Screen – Crafting Shots That Work in Sequence will cover following:
“They come in all sizes”. First we will look at all the different possibilities for a shot: Wide shot, Close Up, Over-the-shoulder, etc.
We will discuss what are the essential shots to shoot in order to be able to edit a scene, i.e. “coverage”.
We will look at scenes from selected movies and break down the shots for that scene. We will study this across genres.
We will elaborate on all the necessary elements that make the shots cut together seamlessly. We will discuss how to make all the different shots within a scene “match”, i.e. camera placement and screen direction, the 180 degree rule, matching sizes, matching eyelines, and matching angles
We will discuss “cheating” angles in coverage.
We will demonstrate the classic actions used by cinematographers to make shots more intimate, or more compelling, or more powerful.
We will demonstrate composing shots in the studio.
We will construct a shot list and story board from a shooting script.
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