Movie Structure

I’ve been trying to think about the structure of our movie and what messages we may want to portray. This is only a draft of initial thoughts which can totally be discarded. 

Ideas of messages:
– Our views of literature are shaped by many factors; or
– Modern literature vs Classic literature. Is one considered better than the other?

Beginning – What is literature/How do we define it

Definition of Literature (spoken and typed onto the screen)
-examples of literature 

Our 4 authors we will be looking at (Quick bio accompanied with pictures)

What are people’s definition of literature 

Middle – 

Interview questions on screen, answers from public

Panning shots of locations 

Rise of technology age – affects on reading?

 

End –  What have we learned 

Conclusions from interviews –  literature is subject to opinion.

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One thought on “Movie Structure

  1. It’s good, but I think it’s actually a better idea to use the interviews throughout, not just in the middle. Also the bit about the authors should be used to introduce the authors interview section, which I think should go with the literature through time section.I also think we should leave anything about our theory out, make it more like a documentary you would see on tv, or something. Something anyone could watch and understand what was going on.
    I think something more like:

    Beginning:

    Definition of literature
    Other peoples definition of literature

    Middle:

    Show the three sections of the theory )without saying were looking at the theory) and use those as the structure of the middle section.

    End:

    Rounding up everything we just showed (basically showing what we’ve learnt, without saying ‘we learnt’)

    So basically I would lean more toward the first of the two ‘messages’, but slightly extend it as it doesn’t quite incorporate all the sections of our theory

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