Grading Criteria 2 & 3
P2: plan a multi-camera production with some assistance [CT]
M2: plan a multi-camera production competently and effectively showing some imagination and with only occasional assistance
D2: plan a multi-camera production to a quality that reflects near-professional standards showing creativity and flair and working independently to professional expectations
P3: perform an operational role in a multi-camera production with some assistance. [TW]
M3: perform an operational role in a multi-camera production to a good technical standard with only occasional assistance.
D3: perform an operational role in a multi-camera production to a technical quality that reflects near-professional standards working independently to professional expectations.
Hanging With the Teens ‘Hanging with the Teens’ is a studio based show aimed at young people between the ages of 13 and 25. The show is in two parts, part 1 is a talk show (20 mins) and part 2 is a fashion and/or light entertainment segment (20 mins). You will be split into 2 groups. Each group will be required to plan and produce a show (including inserts) for the studio multi-camera production. Please refer to the Multi-camera production Outline for more details on the show.
Pre-production (GC 2)
In select groups you must produce:
- a completed pre-production folder to production-ready status, clearly labelled to show their individual contribution by role
- an individual production diary containing –
- a description of the crew roles and responsibilities and how these relate to the given role
- initial production scenario
- development of ideas – visual style, presenter style, outline of content
- refinement of ideas – initial shooting script
- list of equipment needs and allocation of job roles
- shot lists, lighting plans, sound design and other plans as needed.
Production (GC 3)
Each member of the group must take part in a multi-camera production and produce a supporting evaluation of the final production and their performance in their role covering:
- set construction
- rehearsal and walkthroughs
- studio shoots
- playback to client/intended audience
- review of the success of the production and own role.
Keep a well maintain production diary
- Pre-production documentation
- The final production
- Evaluation (at least 500 words)