More description is better, really ‘paint a picture’ of them
PROTANGIONST CORE WOUND / MOTIVATION
Identify the core motivation / wound / want for the Protagonist
Identify Genre(s) and / or Style(s)
List other films in this genre that inspire or are influencing your film element choices
Write a paragraph describing the beginning, middle, and end of the story arc
Does the Protagonist achieve their goal?
Complete a paragraph describing the protagonist’s world
This description helps the team build a better, more believable world
You may include wardrobe, family, friends, food choices, habits, hang-ups, etc.
INFLUENCES and EXAMPLES
List directors or other filmmakers FROM YOUR CHOSEN GENRE you are using for research and inspiration
List scenes FROM YOUR CHOSEN GENRE you are using for research and inspiration
Embed video clips of scenes that may influence or inspire stylistic choices in your film
Scott Le Duc
My name is Scott Le Duc. I have been a learner all of my life. I am an autodidact. So, I am in the right profession.
I am a National Board Certified educator currently work at Capital High School teaching International Baccalaureate (IB) and Career and Technical Education (CTE) classes focusing on arts and technology instruction, specifically music, film and game design. I have worked as an adjunct faculty at Lesley University, City University of Seattle, St. Martin’s University, and Wuhan University of Technology in Hubei Province, China.
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