WHAT is the purpose of this assignment: In order to proceed with a specific layo

WHAT is the purpose of this assignment:
In order to proceed with a specific layout for the blog, there are a few things that have to be very well contoured:
a) given that one of the main functions of a script is to tell a story, using your W questions from A1 you have to sketch out your own story. A different way of looking at this is to put yourselves in the shoes of any of the attendees and try to figure out what is it that you would like to experience. Your WHY and your treatment from A1 will be handy here as this is basically a more thorough breakdown of your treatment.
As a piece of advice, do not think locations, visuals or staff members. Just focus on the content and the “user experience” you would like your audience to have.
Using Freytag’s Dramatic Arc, try to break down your thought process in stages: what is exposition, is there an inciting incident that leads to a rising action? Do you envision a climax? What would that be? Is there a falling action leading to a resolution or is your resolution rhetorical because you’ve included it via subtext in your climax?
Once you have settled on a narrative structure that serves your WHY, you can move forward to step b).
b) using the requirements listed on the final project handout, feel free to mix, match or reorganize them any way you choose to. The challenge is to take these various forms of production, multiple locations, and match them on the narrative that you’ve solidified on point a).
c) the script should also answer the where, who and what questions: Where are we? Who needs to be seen? What actions take place?
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Once you have all of the above grounded, you can move on to projecting your vision onto paper. Feel free to choose any of the formats available on the media course book, or follow this format:
NOTE: keep it simple! Assignment 3 will allow you go more in depth.
1. INT/EXT. NAME OF LOCATION / STAGE IN YOUR NARRATIVE PROCESS [ example: 1. EXT. MOMA PS 1 / EXPOSITION]
short description of the surroundings – what kind of space is it, how many people does it hold, what type of mood do you envision, what production tools do you plan to have in place to enforce those aesthetics, is there any staff, are there any actors placed strategically to created certain situations, if so sketch a brief dialogue between them. From the final project requirements, are there any taking place in this space?
once you are done with your first location and being as descriptive as possible of everything that is happening there, move on to the next one.
2. INT/ EXT. NAME OF LOCATION / STAGE IN YOUR NARRATIVE PROCESS [example: 2. INT. WELCOMING LOBBY / EXPOSITION con’t]
short description of the surroundings – what kind of space is it, how many people does it hold, what type of mood do you envision, what production tools do you plan to have in place to enforce those aesthetics, is there any staff, are there any actors placed strategically to created certain situations, if so sketch a brief dialogue between them. From the final project requirements, are there any taking place in this space?
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