problem1. Refer to the audiovisual sequence ‘Caught red-handed’ you recently produced and describe the following phases:
(i) Idea development, comprising storyboarding
(iii) Location shooting
problem2. A filmmaker has to understand the facets of a number of visual methods so as to effectively communicate his ideas.
problem3. Describe what is meant by the terms below, stating why they are significant for the filmmaker.
(i) Camera movements
(ii) Camera angles
(iii) Shot sizes
(iv) Rule-of thirds
problem4. What are the stages involved in the preparation of a successful Television Interview?
problem5. Describe briefly two awkward situations which an interviewer may face in a Television Interview and describe how they can be overcome?
problem6. Structure is main aspect to writing a better script. describe the major elements of the basic screenplay structure.
problem7. What are the major attributes of an antagonist?
problem8. Compare 2 films or 2 television programmes of the same genre and describe with illustration, the extent to which they are similar or dissimilar, referring to the conventions of genre.
problem9. What do you understand by the term documentary? Refer to a recent documentary you have watched to authenticate your answer.
problem10. Radio as a standard of mass communication has some merits over TV and print media. describe three of the merits and underline two conditions where radio has more impact than TV and print media.