Session 5 Production Project




Intention (SMART Goal)

By May 10th, as a part of Team 6, I will have successfully shown CAMERA MOTION and will have given justification for the movement by studying camera shot sizes, movement, and angles from the worksheet provided in the session 5 film evidence for each role.


Leader(s) in the Field / Exemplary Work(s)

Greig Fraser

Greig Fraser is a cinematographer and producer known for filming Dune, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and was the director of photography for The Batman.

Training Source(s)

  • The motion of a camera can create different emotions for example in a fight scene the cameras movement is very fast and shaky, making you feel like you’re in the action and builds tension. (40 seconds)
  • Sliders create cinematic shots and are great for short films, interviews, wedding videos, intros, etc. (1:12)
  • Foreground creates depth. (1:44)
  • Find a good foreground. No foreground is boring. (2:33)
  • Sliders are a great way to provide production value. (3:43)

Project Timeline

  1. Find topic/story.
  2. Create storyboard.
  3. Pitch storyboard.
  4. Create advanced storyboard.
  5. Make script.
  6. Find actors.
  7. Film the film.
  8. Edit film.
  9. Add SFX/ADR.
  10. Present film.

Proposed Budget

No budget.


The (FILM, SOUND, or GAME Creation)

Skills Commentary


21st Century Skills

Ways of Thinking (Creativity, Innovation, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving)

Josie, our screenwriter, was gone, so as a team, we thought of a way on how to include him and still be productive (like attempting to film our film).

Ways of Working (Communication & Collaboration)

In this session, I focused on the shot list, and came up with new ideas for the shots to make it more creative and interesting, with my team as well.

Tools for Working (Info & Media Literacy)

Ways of Living in the World (Life & Career)

Reactions to the Final Version

Self-Evaluation of Final Version

Grammar and Spelling


Josie Wardé

Name of Scene Research

How can we use the technique used in the opening scene of Napoleon Dynamite in our film?While discussing our new storyboard, we decided the opening scene would have a close up of a persons hand grabbing a photo of our main character from a printer, using this opening scene from Napoleon Dynamite as our reference, studying how close the camera actually is, the angle, and when it goes in/out of focus.