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Introduction to Media Production

Media Production Lab 1 2017
AAST

Introduction to Media Production

  1. 1. Laila Shoukry, M.Sc. 28.09.2017
  2. 2. Introduction & Motivation Media Production Stages: Overview & Examples Pre-Production: StoryTelling & Scriptwriting
  3. 3. Echo Newspaper in Darmstadt 2015 Currently PhD student at TU Darmstadt  topic: Mobile Multimodal Serious Games Analytics Worked in the Serious Games research group at the Multimedia & Comm. Lab there for about 2 years M.Sc. In Digital Media Engineering and Technology from GUC in 2013  topic: Child-Centered Design of Mobile Educational Games for Arab Preschoolers Some Successful Multimedia Projects:  Mobile Educational Game Hamza for children  Short Movie “The Box” was shown in Qomrah 1 Episodes by Ahmed ElShukairy in Ramadan Last Year.  Kids Songs CD: I am a Muslim with Noorart Company in USA
  4. 4. Idea, Genre
  5. 5. Budget, Roles and Responsibilities
  6. 6. Message, Story, Characters, Script
  7. 7. Actual Project Management Timeline of the Game
  8. 8. StoryBoarding
  9. 9. Interactive Navigation
  10. 10. Screen Design
  11. 11. Screen Design
  12. 12. Character Design
  13. 13. Graphic Design
  14. 14. Graphic Design
  15. 15. Composing Music, Recording Songs, Audio Instructions, Preparing/Finding Sound Effects
  16. 16. Iterative Testing (of Interactive Media)
  17. 17. You don’t need to have the most expensive hardware! You just need to be creative and make the most out of available resources!
  18. 18. Define your audience Define your Media Type:  Fiction: Movies, Fairytales, Short Films, Short Episodes like Comedy Series, Interactive Stories and Games,  Non-Fiction: Documentaries, News Stories, Talk Shows, Instructional Programs, Commercials.. Here the artistic proof can be ethical, emotional or demonstrative Can start with Character, Plot or Theme/Message  Characters and their feelings are revealed through their actions and words There are some characters from our favorite Movies that we never forget! Why?  A theme is the important issue/message raised  The Plot is the story structure/main events
  19. 19. Think of your favorite films:  Why do you think you connected with this story?  What do they have in common? What is different?  Think about setting, characters, conflict and struggle, pacing, depth of drama, tone or levity, warmth, originality, unexpected elements Best to start with personal experiences, believes, assertions  Bring your Unique Perspective!
  20. 20. Use What if questions: Adapted from Pixar Online StoryTelling Course  Their Cartoons started with simple what if questions like these! Now it's your turn. Come up with 3-5 of your own “what if” ideas!
  21. 21. Think about the world of your story Adapted from Pixar Online StoryTelling Course
  22. 22. Part of a video from Pixar Online StoryTelling Course
  23. 23. Part of a video from Pixar Online StoryTelling Course
  24. 24. Now let’s play this game and develop our own story! Adapted from Pixar Online StoryTelling Course
  25. 25. Adapted from Pixar Online StoryTelling Course
  26. 26. Maybe most difficult/important part, an iterative process! Proposal Rough Draft(s) Final Draft Scene Script (additional details for production) Shooting Script (the order will depend on shooting locations) Give it enough time: Quality of the end result really depends on it! Taken from Pixar Online StoryTelling Course
  27. 27. Taken from Wikiversity Filmmaking Course
  28. 28. Taken from Wikiversity Filmmaking Course
  29. 29. Sample formatted script page Taken from Wikiversity Filmmaking Course
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