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Students create a narrative story from first person point-of-view, focusing on camera work to define perspective and experience.

Students make a 2 - 5 minute video based on common story prompts that tells a story from a specific vantage point. The finished video will include demonstration of advanced camera work, including consideration of composition, perspectives, various shots and angles, and point-of-view. They should keep in mind their peer population as the target audience.

Activities include:
-Observation & analysis of first-person narrative short videos
-Review/building on knowledge of camera work
-Scripting of original narrative based on prompts
-Shooting rough cut for review and discussion; refinement of storyboard
-Shooting and editing final video
-Reflection and analysis of process, skills learned, and challenges met.

Approximately 2 - 4 weeks
Industries / Pathways
  • Arts, Media, and Entertainment Arts, Media, and Entertainment
    • Design, Visual, and Media Arts
Grade Levels
  • 12

Advanced Digital Video Production PBL Model

Point of View - First Person Narrative

Camera Work Review

Scripting/Storyboarding for Advanced Camera work

Shooting/editing the video