Audience.

In this assignment, you will think about how to adapt Shakespeare’s play for a live performance. You will create a digital storyboard that shows how you would adapt Hamlet’s soliloquy to present it to a modern audience. Read Hamlet’s soliloquy, and then write an adaptation of it in contemporary English. Focus on maintaining the meaning… Continue reading Audience.

Does the ad meet the timing requirements of the spot?

Using your strategic message planner, script and storyboard, produced a final version of a 30-second TV commercial for a consumer product of your choice (no alcohol, tobacco, firearms or any products that would embarrass a group of grandparents). Please follow your textbook’s instructions for the strategic message planner, script and storyboard. Submit your .MP4 or… Continue reading Does the ad meet the timing requirements of the spot?

Does the ad meet the timing requirements of the spot?

Using your strategic message planner, script and storyboard, produced a final version of a 30-second TV commercial for a consumer product of your choice (no alcohol, tobacco, firearms or any products that would embarrass a group of grandparents). Please follow your textbook’s instructions for the strategic message planner, script and storyboard. Submit your .MP4 or… Continue reading Does the ad meet the timing requirements of the spot?

Is there conflict?

Writing Assignment 6: Act I (Due 10/25) Write Act I in proper screenplay format using screenplay formatting software. Act I should set up your story, where and when it takes place, introduce the protagonist and his problem/predicament; introduce his want; show us what is at stake. Act I should end with the inciting incident. Readers… Continue reading Is there conflict?

Is there conflict?

Writing Assignment 6: Act I (Due 10/25) Write Act I in proper screenplay format using screenplay formatting software. Act I should set up your story, where and when it takes place, introduce the protagonist and his problem/predicament; introduce his want; show us what is at stake. Act I should end with the inciting incident. Readers… Continue reading Is there conflict?

What if butch cassidy had to fight in the waterfall challenge from black panther?

Select a scene from one of the four movies that was assigned in Weeks 1-4. Now rewrite it IN PROPER SCREENPLAY FORMAT using a character from one of the other movies. (i.e. What if Butch Cassidy had to fight in the waterfall challenge from Black Panther? What if T’Challa was the flight attendant in the… Continue reading What if butch cassidy had to fight in the waterfall challenge from black panther?

Select a scene from one of the four movies that was assigned in weeks 1-4.

Select a scene from one of the four movies that was assigned in Weeks 1-4. Now rewrite it IN PROPER SCREENPLAY FORMAT using a character from one of the other movies. (i.e. What if Butch Cassidy had to fight in the waterfall challenge from Black Panther? What if T’Challa was the flight attendant in the… Continue reading Select a scene from one of the four movies that was assigned in weeks 1-4.

It was revised several times, as was her final script.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a scriptwriting project and need an explanation and answer to help me learn. USING VISUAL STORYTELLING, write a treatment (one-page max) of your story idea in prose form with a beginning, middle, and end—and in 3-act structure. You should have a clear, active character with a clear want and a… Continue reading It was revised several times, as was her final script.

As a director, the student will develop and communicate a production concept or theatrical approach for one of the following plays: Antigone, Lysistrata, or Macbeth. Once you have selected the play, as the director you need to decide what story you want to tell. How do you want audiences to respond to your production?

As a director, the student will develop and communicate a production concept or theatrical approach for one of the following plays: Antigone, Lysistrata, or Macbeth. Once you have selected the play, as the director you need to decide what story you want to tell. How do you want audiences to respond to your production? What… Continue reading As a director, the student will develop and communicate a production concept or theatrical approach for one of the following plays: Antigone, Lysistrata, or Macbeth. Once you have selected the play, as the director you need to decide what story you want to tell. How do you want audiences to respond to your production?