In the comments section below, post your draft script for your artwork Kino-Pravda.

[update: On this webpage is an image of a “storyboard” Dziga Vertov made. This website has an analysis of the storyboard.]

[This link will take you to an example of one of Eisenstein’s shooting scripts. Note the level of detail.]

[Draft 3 starts at comment 25]

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37 Responses to “Vertovian Kino-Pravda script”

  1.   Brad Bujan Says:

    Title page
    -intro to qc campus
    -layout and how art is incorporated into the campus
    -the buildings
    -remsen hall
    -close up of prometheus
    -shot of gods
    -shot of fire
    -shot of building again
    -close up on what he’s holding in his hands
    -a steady shot of me sitting in front the building talking about it
    -maybe move to behind klapper where there seems to be more sculptures of him
    -explain the significance
    -prometheus led to science and evolution and innovation- science building
    -brief history of prometheus and how he ended up being persecuted for his action
    -citations

  2.   jgarcia109 Says:

    -Cooperman Plaza sign
    -Desolate Parking lot
    -Cooperman Plaza hustlin and bustlin
    -other areas on campus that are empty
    >benches by kiely
    >spheres
    >student union
    >the summit
    -Interview pieces of people loving the plaza

  3.   maya1 Says:

    -title card showing name of the piece
    -filming of walking towards it from far away
    -pictures of the piece at different angles
    -shots of surrounding location
    -filming of the piece from different angles
    -one of the interviews edited in
    -close up of plaque
    -picture of class of 1969
    -filming of different ways of walking to it
    -filming of how people interact with it

  4.   Beatrice Pana Says:

    • Title shot
    • Pictures from pomonok (website)
    • Observational documentary
    • Argument of persuasive essay
    • Community interview
    • Article written by Ben Chaney
    • History from book source
    • Film people around the artwork
    • Interview more people about the artwork
    • Talk to someone from outside the campus
    • Show a clip of Martin Luther King’s speech here at QC
    • Interview the president
    • Interview more professors
    • Interview V.P. Ms. Henderson

  5.   Sinyee Cindy Leung Says:

    Draft- Kino-Pradva
    1. Text on screen: “Kino-Pravda” Film Essay
    2. Medium shot of my chosen art piece and introduce its name, brief history and ideas about it.
    3. People in the parking lot and near the library. (How they look when they see the art piece: look like curious? Confusing?)
    4. Close-up of specific part of the art piece.
    5. Close-ups of people’s faces.
    6. Close-up of specific part of the art piece.
    7. A shot of people discussing in groups and arguing.
    8. Blurred vision and narration comes up which introduce my argument.
    9. Close-up of specific part of the art piece.
    10. A Close-up of the book I have used for researching and a close-up of my papers.
    11. Highlighting what are the main points in my essay.
    12. Close-up of specific part of the art piece.
    13. The whole picture of the art piece.
    14. End.

  6.   IJ Says:

    -Title
    -opening credits
    -thesis: various shots of artwork with voiceover introduction
    -evidence: interviewee’s praising the artwork
    -evidence: people sitting around the artwork
    -shot of an airplane
    -fades to a shot of the artwork

  7.   Carlene Faith Says:

    -Title Screen “Kino-Pravda…”
    -Queens College Banner Picture
    -Pictures of art work going from further away to closer
    -Shots from observational documentary
    -Pictures of diverse student body on campus, showing the different groups at Queens College
    -Shot of me explaining the art work why it’s there etc. on location
    -Picture of Donna Dennis, the artist
    -Quote from Donna Dennis up on the screen
    -Couple of shots from peer interviews, what it means to the students
    -Historical pictures from yearbooks to show how important it was in history
    -Shot of me explaining more importance of art work on site
    -Titles Credit Scene

  8.   Jenny Lu Says:

    • Introduction to the QC campus.
    • Transition to the art work.
    • Include a picture and then have the title and artist over lap on the screen.
    • Picture of the artist
    • A slide with explanation was to why he wanted to place his work of art on QC and in that specific location
    • A screen with the history and when the art pieces were placed on campus.
    • Shot of the location of the art work and its surroundings.
    • A shot of people walking by it
    • A brief shot of the two pieces of art.
    • Include a few interviews.
    • State the argument or the purpose of the film.
    • Picture of vending machine
    • Use depressing music? to provoke emotion

  9.   Kevin Prunty Says:

    1. Clip of the camera panning over the art work
    2. Me saying a few things about the art work (facts, quotes)
    3. Me walking across campus looking for someone to discuss the artwork with
    4. A clip of an interview discussing the art work.
    5. Next clip of someone discussing the artwork.
    6. Pictures of the opening of the art work
    7. Pictures of events held near the artwork (shows importance or significance)
    8. Me reading a letter from the President of Queens College announcing the destruction of the artwork.
    9. Me talking to the camera about the importance of the artwork

  10.   Stephanie Shiwram Says:

    Fade in
    title card
    Voiceover reading title card
    pan to artwork
    Parts of Observation Documentary
    Voiceover- what it is
    title card showing words from the plaque about the artwork
    Voice over- why it should be kept/ its meaning
    shots of people of different cultures
    shot of the people on QC campus (cultural clubs)
    Parts from the Community Interview

  11.   Mathias Kranacher Says:

    •Title card
    •Shot of artwork (new shot, not from previous work on Queens College archway)
    •Clip from “Observational Documentary.”
    •Why is this archway important?
    •When was this archway created?
    • What is the English translation of Latin phrase?
    •What does the motto mean?
    •Clip from “Observational Documentary.” ( possibly clip that shows the phrase in its entirety)
    •New angle (get a different perspective of the archway.)
    •Clip from “Community Interview.”
    •Clip from “Observational Documentary.”
    •Discussion: Why is this artwork importance to the college community?
    •Clip from “Community Interview.”
    •Why are slogans important?
    •What would this institution be without it?

  12.   John Malach Says:

    – Title Screen (Spheres of Klapper Hall by Vito Acconci)
    – Fade out of title screen and fade into photo’s through cross fade
    – Photos of Vito Acconci with voice over of short bio on him
    – Walk by spheres talking about when they were placed and why they are there(art law)
    – James’ peer interview
    – Transition through money across screen
    – a shot explaining how it was paid for and the budget crisis at the time
    – Full walkthrough of spheres from observational documentary
    – Ending Screen (Film by John Malach)

  13.   Brad Bujan Says:

    Title Page
    Intro into Q.C Campus – Long shot of Q.C campus: view from infront Ginos Pizzeria
    – Shot of students walking up the slope towards kieley
    – Shot of map of q.c campus
    Art incorporated into q.c- shots of different locations of artworks
    – Shot of the colorful thing infront q.c café
    – Shot of spheres by clapper
    Remsen hall- shot of Remsen hall from the front, side and back
    Promethius shot- shot view of front of Remsen hall
    – Scroll up with camera to promethius sculpture
    – Short shot of more sculptures of promethius on klapper
    Slide shots- still photographs of ancient greek gods
    – Mount Olympus
    – Shot of fire
    – Promethius
    – Humans with fire
    Remsen hall- focus back in on promethius sculpture
    – Show what he holds in his hands- close up (want to explain what he holds)
    – My opinion of the sculpture after detail
    Interview- Show what other people think of the sculpture
    Reshot of Promethius on the front of Remsen hall and conclude narration.

  14.   Carlene Faith Says:

    -Title Screen “Kino-Pravda…”
    -Picture of Queens College Banner (close up)
    -Black Screen with the title of my artwork “The Four Winds of the World” By Donna Dennis
    -Pictures of the art work going from further away to closer (getting closer and closer)
    -Shots from observational documentary (to introduce the art work)
    -Fade into pictures of diverse student body on campus, sitting eating, walking around, doing day to day activities, showing the different groups of cultures at Queens College
    -Shot of me at the art work explaining my argument of the artworks relation to the diverse student body
    -Picture of Donna Dennis, with voice over introduction of her, saying who she is where she’s from etc.
    -Quote from Donna Dennis about inspiration up on the screen (written out on computer)
    -Close up shot of me talking about the importance of the artwork to students
    -Couple of shots from peer interviews, what it means to the students (opinion shots)
    -Historical pictures from yearbooks to show how important it was in history (close ups)
    -Shot of me explaining how over the years it has been a place for students to gather and socialize and how important it is to the campus and tie that into the diverse population
    -Final shot of a close up of the piece of artwork
    -Titles Credit Scene

  15.   Kevin Prunty Says:

    1. Title page
    2. queens college logo
    3. the artwork from a distance
    4. Close up shot of the plaque describing the art work
    5. 4 close up shots of each side of the artwork
    6. Quick pan over the names on the bricks
    7. Cuts into a student interview 1 discussing the importance of the artwork
    8. Shot of people walking by the artwork (maybe some looking at it)
    9. A letter from the president of queens college announcing the destruction of the artwork
    10. Small slideshow of picture from the opening of the artwork
    11. Student interview 2 discussing how much the artwork means the campus
    12. A few facts about the artwork (typed)
    13. Quotes from some alumni (typed)
    14. Discuss the importance of this artwork in relation to the alumni

  16.   Mathias Kranacher Says:

    New Script:
    Title shot: Close up shot of Queens College Motto
    Shot of artwork: Pan out so the whole art piece can be viewed
    Insert clip of Observational Documentary here
    Text insert: When was this archway created? (Clip lasting about 20 seconds)
    Text insert: What is the English translation of Latin phrase? (About 15 seconds)
    Text insert: What does the motto mean to the university? (About 30 seconds)
    Add in a clip from the Community Interview to go along with the previous shot
    Clip from “Observational Documentary.” (Possibly clip that shows the phrase in its entirety)
    New angle shot of archway (do not use footage from Observational Documentary (get a different perspective of the archway)
    Clip from “Community Interview.” (There’s a clip that is about 1 minute long. Use that)
    Clip from “Observational Documentary.” (Use a clip that pans across the motto on the arch)
    Discussion: Why is this artwork importance to the college community? (This will be new footage for the Kino Pravda)
    Clip from “Community Interview.”
    Text insert: Why are slogans important? (This information will come from the Annotated Bibliography)
    Text insert: What would this institution be without it? (This information will be opinionative)

  17.   maya1 Says:

    -title card showing name of piece
    -picture of the whole piece
    -camera revolves around piece showing all sides
    -black title card that says “Placement” and then fades out
    -long take of walking towards the piece from the top of stairs showing the path to it
    -camera pans around surroundings of the piece (trees, bushes, cafe, etc)
    -long take of walking to the piece from another set of stairs showing the other path to it
    -black title card that says “Structure” and then fades out
    -pic of piece from very far away
    -pic of piece slightly closer
    -pic of piece even closer
    -pic of piece very close to see detail
    -pic of corner of the piece
    -pic of top of the piece showing inside
    -pics of inside the openings inside the piece

  18.   IJ Says:

    -Title – “Reasonable Accommodation” (Black Background)
    -opening credits – “A film by Ikey Juster”
    -fade in to shot of area where artwork is located with lots of people around
    -cut to closer shot
    -cut to even closer shot
    -cut to shot of artwork
    -camera circles around the artwork (voiceover narration begins)
    -various shots of artwork (voiceover describing its location)
    -interviewee’s praising the artwork
    -people sitting around the artwork
    -shot of an airplane
    -fades to a shot of the artwork (voiceover of interviewee saying he thinks it looks like a plane)

  19.   Beatrice Pana Says:

    Title shot

    Pictures from pomonok (website)
and Picture of present-day clock tower side-by-side
    Observational documentary (redo)

    This artwork should be preserved because…
    Community interview
(parts of it, take all negative interviews out, obtain a few more positive interviews as well, interview at least 1 more professor, the president (maybe) and V.P. Ms. Henderson)
    Picture of Ben Chaney and James Chaney side by side
    Article written by Ben Chaney
(important quotes)
    History from book source (Mississippi Freedom Summer)
    Film people around the artwork
and interacting with it
    Talk to someone from outside the campus
(their opinion of clock tower, how it aides in campus life, outsider’s perspective)
    Show a clip of Martin Luther King’s speech here at QC

    Film myself talking about the clock tower
    Closing credits
    The end

  20.   Sinyee Cindy Leung Says:

    Draft- Kino-Pradva
    1. Text on screen: “Kino-Pravda” Film Essay
    2. Medium shot of my chosen art piece and introduce its:
    Name: Frame and Five Arcs
    Brief history: it was bought for celebrating the complete of the library (show old pictures of it)
    Ideas: the interplay of urban elements and rural elements (show pictures of how it interacts with those elements)
    3. People in the parking lot and near the library. (How they look when they see the art piece: curious? Confusing?)
    4. Close-up of specific part of the art piece.
    5. Close-ups of people’s faces.
    6. Close-up of specific part of the art piece.
    7. A Close-up of the book I have used for researching and a close-up of my papers
    8. Highlighting what are the main points in my essay.
    9. Close-up of specific part of the art piece.
    10. The whole picture of the art piece.
    11. End.

  21.   John Malach Says:

    – Title Screen (Spheres of Klapper Hall by Vito Acconci)
    – Intro Video clip
    – Fade out of intro video clip and fade into photo’s through cross fade
    – Photos of Vito Acconci and his works with voice over of short bio on him (use script in notebook)
    – fade out of final photo into a fade into specific sphere clip (Russ?)
    – fade out to short clip from observation doc showing off a specific sphere
    – fade in to discussion of sphere history clip
    – peer interview film (whole video)
    – perspective film clip
    – Full walk through of spheres from observational documentary
    – Outro film clip
    – Ending Title Screen (Film by John Malach, Filmed by John Malach and Russell Weinberg)

  22.   Stephanie Shiwram Says:

    Fade in
    title card
    Voiceover reading title card
    long shot of where artwork is- library
    pan to artwork
    Long shot of Mural
    Close up of each individual piece
    voiceover- what is it about
    Close up of director of mural
    why did she do it/ what is its meaning
    Parts of Observation Documentary
    medium shot of plaque
    title card showing words from the plaque about the artwork
    what each person part of making the mural contributed
    Long shot of campus/ people walking
    Parts of Community Interview
    Voice over- why it should be kept
    shots of people of different cultures
    shot of the people on QC campus (cultural clubs)

  23.   Jenny Lu Says:

    Title page.
    • Medium shot of the QC flag
    • Long shot of the QC quad
    • Transition to the art work.
    • Picture of the sculptures followed by a fade out
    • Picture of two vending machines in place of the art work.
    • Fade out and slide that states the President of QC is planning to get rid of the art work.
    • Picture of the artwork
    • Then have the title overlap on the screen
    • Picture of the artist
    • Then have the name of the artists overlap on the screen.
    • A slide with some important historical facts about the author and his work.
    • Then another slide that explains why he wanted to place his work of art on QC and in that specific location
    • Long shot of the location of the art work and its surroundings. (possibly focus on one specific object and then transition into the work of art)
    • A shot of people walking by it
    • A brief shot of the two pieces of art.
    • Include a couple of interviews and have them over lap one another.
    • Slide that says Do you really want to get rid of this? (or something)

  24.   regiesh Says:

    1.Title screen
    2.Quick Shot of the garden
    3.switch to another shot of the garden except people are now being filmed around it. Make sure to get shots of people sitting at the bottom of it, around it, etc. You can ask people to do this or let it happen naturally.
    5.focus on girl staring up at the coniferous tree in the middle
    6.Talk about the beauty of the tree and the garden and it’s aesthetic value on campus in the middle of the plaza.
    7.talk about the school that planted the garden. If photos are obtained show photos of children planting the garden.
    8.if photos are not obtained of children planting the garden just show stills of children planting in any garden,
    9.talk about the impact planting the garden had and the significance to it relating to 9/11. Show scenes of the twin towers when they were intact.
    10.use a clip or two from interviews that embody my view.
    explain how bad building a vending machine would be anywhere on campus and then why it would have such a negative effect in the plaza.
    11.Show a sped up clip of people walking, sitting, etc around the plaza and explain how many students must pass by every day.
    show images of vending machines and negative pictures of corporate consumerism.
    12.Use still images of overweight children and flashes of different brand names.
    13.Show quote relating to the destructivism [sic] of consumerism in place of art
    14.talk about the effect of consumerism in schools on children and college students while showing images of them.
    15.Talk about the positive effects of gardening while showing stills are live images of people smelling flowers or touching the
    greenery.

    Some of the numbers are mixed up/ should be broken up into more scenes.

    (I’m aware this is supposed to be based wholly(?) on images alone but I need to work on organizing them this way)

  25.   John Malach Says:

    – Title Screen (Spheres of Klapper Hall by Vito Acconci)
    – Intro Video clip that is shown as a mid-long shot on me with spheres in the background
    – Fade out of intro video clip and fade into photo’s through cross fade
    – Photos of Vito Acconci and his works (crash,home entertainment, and city of words with voice over of short bio on him (use script in notebook)
    – fade out of final photo into a fade into specific sphere clip (Russ)
    – fade into mid shot of me that is a discussion of sphere history
    – long shot of specific sphere with voice over talking about what it is made out of
    – peer interview film (whole video) consists of mid shots of people getting interviewed
    – mid shot of perspective film clip that goes over the peer interview films that were just on
    – Full walk through of spheres from observational documentary
    – Outro film clip that starts close up of me and goes into long shot
    – Ending Title Screen (Film by John Malach, Filmed by John Malach and Russell Weinberg)

  26.   Brad Bujan Says:

    Script for KP
    …= fade/transition
    Title Page
    ….Intro into q.c campus- l.s of q.c campus: view from infront Ginos Pizzeria
    …L.s of q.c campus: view from sidewalk- view of students walking in
    ….c.u of map of q.c campus
    ….l.s of iron structure between klapper hall and q.c cafe
    ….c.u of spheres infront klapper hall
    zoom out of spheres l.s of klapper building
    ….close up of sculptures on front of klapper
    fade into
    l.s of remsen hall building front, fade into side shot of building, fade into back of building.

  27.   Kevin Prunty Says:

    1. Title page
    2. queens college logo
    3. the alumni bricks from a distance
    4. Close up shot of the plaque that says what the bricks are
    5. 4 close up shots of each side of the alumni bricks
    6. Quick pan over the names on the bricks
    7. Cuts into a student interview 1 discussing the importance of the artwork
    8. Shot of people walking by the artwork (maybe some looking at it)
    9. A letter from the president of queens college announcing the destruction of the bricks
    10. Small slideshow of pictures from the opening of the bricks
    11. Student interview 2 discussing how much these bricks mean to the campus
    12. A few facts about the alumni bricks (typed)
    13. Quotes from some alumni (typed)
    14. Discuss the importance of the bricks in relation to the alumni

  28.   Mathias Kranacher Says:

    Title fade in w/ close up of text: “We Learn In Order That We May Serve
    Fades into close up of archway
    Long Shot of artwork (new shot, not from previous work on Queens College archway)
    Cut to Clip from “Observational Documentary”
    Fade in with text entry: Why is this archway important?
    Medium shot of archway: verbal description: ‘This archway was created in . . . by . . .”
    Text fades in: What is the English translation of Latin phrase?
    Medium shot of archway (people can be seen passing through it)
    Cut to medium shot: Verbal description: “This motto represents . . .”
    Cut to clip from “Observational Documentary.” (Possibly clip that shows the phrase in its entirety)
    Long shot: New angle (get a different perspective of the archway)
    Cut to Clip from “Community Interview.”
    Fade in with clip from “Observational Documentary.”
    Long shot of campus: Verbal discussion: “This artwork is important to the campus . . .”
    Cut to clip from “Community Interview.”
    Medium shot: “Slogans are important to college communities because . . .”
    Long shot of campus: “What would this institution be without . . .”

  29.   Stephanie Shiwram Says:

    Fade in
    Title card
    Voiceover reading title card
    Zoom on me telling the viewers who I am
    What this video is about
    long shot of where artwork is- library
    pan to artwork
    Long shot of Mural
    Close up of each individual piece
    voiceover- what each piece is about
    Close up of director of mural (picture)
    why did she do it/ what is its meaning
    Who helped her (Students)
    Show a montage of students hard at work
    what each person part of making the mural contributed
    Why they did it
    Parts of Observation Documentary
    medium shot of plaque
    title card showing words from the plaque about the artwork
    Long shot of campus/ people walking
    Parts of Community Interview
    Voice over- why it should be kept
    shots of people of different cultures
    shot of the people on QC campus (cultural clubs)
    Zoom on me as i end the video and walk away
    camera pans

  30.   Carlene Faith Says:

    1. (c.u) black screen with lime green writing “Kino-Pravda” Film Essay by Carlene Faith displayed on the screen
    2. (c.u) Queens College Banner
    3. (l.s)… fade into shot of students hanging out by cafeteria
    4. (l.s)…fade into shot of students walking to class
    5. (l.s)…fade into shot of students walking to class (different)
    6. (c.u) black screen with lime green writing “The Four Winds of the World” by Donna Dennis displayed on the screen
    7. (l.s) …fade into far away shot of “The Four Winds of the World”
    8. (m.s)… fade into medium shot of “The Four Winds of the World”
    9. (c.u)… fade into close shot of “The Four Winds of the World”
    10. (l.s)… me on sight of the artwork surrounded by nothing by Donna Dennis’ work introducing the connection between the diverse student body and Dennis’ work
    11. (l.s)… fade into clip from observational documentary
    12. (l.s) me on sight of the artwork surrounded by Dennis’ artwork explaining why it is there and what it means
    13. (c.u)…fade into shot of Donna Dennis
    14. (c.u)…fade into black screen with lime green writing displaying a quote from Donna Dennia

  31.   regiesh Says:

    (numbers are off/out of order)

    1.Title screen
 (still not sure of title)
    2.Quick Shot of the cooperman plaza garden garden (close up)

    3.switch to a less close shot of the garden. film people as they naturally act in the garden area. Make sure to get shots of people sitting at the bottom of it, around it, etc. You can ask people to do this or let it happen naturally.

    4.focus on girl staring up at the coniferous tree in the middle
6.Talk (narration) about the beauty of the tree and the garden and it’s aesthetic value on campus in the middle of the plaza while filming the garden from bottom to top and then from top to bottom.

    7.talk about the school that planted the garden. If photos are obtained show photos of children planting the garden
    
8.if photos are not obtained of children planting the garden just show stills of children planting in any garden.

    9.talk about the impact planting the garden had and the significance to it relating to 9/11 (narration). Show scenes/pictures of the twin towers when they were intact.
    
10.use a clip or two from interviews that embody my view.
explain (narrate) how bad building a vending machine would be anywhere on campus and then why it would have such a negative effect in the plaza.
    
11.Show a sped up clip of people walking, sitting, etc around the plaza and explain how many students must pass by every day.
12.show images of vending machines and negative pictures of corporate consumerism.

    13..Use still images of overweight children and flashing images of different brand names.

    14.Show quote relating to the destructivism [sic] of consumerism in place of art

    16.Talk about the positive effects of gardening while showing stills are live images of people smelling flowers or touching the
greenery.
    17. Show still image of the cooperman plaza garden for 15 seconds.

  32.   maya1 Says:

    -title page says “Square in Four Parts” then fade out
    -pic of qc campus/or logo then fade out
    -title card says “Placement”
    -long take of 1st way of walking to the piece from the top of a set of stairs
    -shot of surrounding area around piece (bushes, trees, cafe etc)
    -long take of 2nd way of walking to the piece from another set of stairs
    -title card says “Structure” and fade out
    -pic of piece from very far away
    -pic of piece slightly closer
    -pic even closer
    -pic very close showing the detail
    -pic of a corner of the piece
    -pic of opening inside the piece
    -pic from the bottom of piece
    -pic from the top of piece
    -pic of the whole in the center of piece

  33.   Jenny Lu Says:

    1. Picture/ Banner of Queens College. Then text over the image stating “Queens College strives for academic excellence and the ability to express our knowledge in a clear and coherent matter so that we may serve and have a positive impact on a community where ever we may go.”
    2. Long shot of the sunset seen from QC and the sky with birds flying. The text over image stating “Learning and creativity doesn’t stand still at night. It transcends to the following day.”
    3. Long shot of the quad then zooming in as we go towards the center. Shot of a person walking by. Then text over the images stating “We are here for one purpose and that purpose is to obtain knowledge so we can give back to the community in the future.”
    4. Close up of leaves then zoom out. Hoover from side to side to show the branches of the plant. Then have text over lap the image stating “Sasson Soffer (1923 – ) came to the United States in 1950 and enrolled in Brooklyn College where he was highly interested in the study and practice of making art. He became particularly interested in large- scale sculptures.”
    5. Shot walking pass the bushes with leaves and a person. Slowly going towards the sculptures. Have text overlap the image stating “Soffer is a strong believer in giving back to the community and encourages his children and grandchildren to honor institutions by giving back to the Colleges and Universities of the City of New York which provided them their education. “
    6. Medium shot of the sculptures and then have text come up that says “These two sculptures titled Romanesque Remembrance and Gothic Remembrance are gifts from Soffer’s grandchildren Samuel Liberman and Eve Liberman (children of Peter Liberman, Prof. of Political Science at QC and Sarah Soffer. (Suzanna Simor) “

  34.   Russell Weinberg Says:

    Shots:
    1)Title Screen: “The Tubes” and the Artwork of Frank Smullin
    2)(m.s.) I stand in front of the tubes and introduce them, and artist Frank Smullin
    3)(l.s. to m.s. then back to l.s., left pan slow throughout ) The camera pans slowly as i walk past the tubes, and explain they will be destroyed, and introduce the fact that interviews were conducted on campus about t he art.
    4)(m.s.) a girl on a park bench, Int. #1 (-)
    5)(m.s.) a girl in an auditorium, Int. #2 (+)

  35.   Sinyee Cindy Leung Says:

    Draft- Kino-Pradva
    1. Text on screen: “Kino-Pravda” Film Essay
    2. Medium shot of my chosen art piece and text on screen: Frame and Five Arcs
    3. Text on pictures of the art piece: “it was bought for the new library”
    4. Text on picture of urban area: “I grew up in the cities…”
    5. Text on picture of rural area: “My move to…”
    6. Close-up of my papers and text on screen: “(the main point of my papers)”
    7. Close-up of the curve and “cloud” of my art piece.
    8. Close-up of the mountain and landscape of my art piece.
    9. People in the parking lot and near the library. (How they look when they see the art piece: curious? Confusing?
    10. Close-up of specific part of the art piece.
    11. Close-ups of people’s faces.
    12. Close-up of specific part of the art piece.
    13. Medium shot of my art piece (low angle)
    14. Close-up of specific part of the art piece.
    15. The whole picture of the art piece.
    16. End.

  36.   Beatrice Pana Says:

    Title shot
- Kino Pravda Project by Beatrice Pana (white letters on blue background) fade out into…
    Picture of Queens College in 1937, dissolve into…
    Picture of Queens College Present Day
    Observational documentary (collection of shots leading up to…
    This artwork should be preserved because…(white letters on blue background)
    Community interview
(parts of it, take all negative interviews out, obtain a few more positive interviews as well, interview at least 1 more professor, the president (maybe) and V.P. Ms. Henderson)
    Picture of Ben Chaney
    Picture of James Chaney
    Important Quotes from Article written by Ben Chaney (white letters on blue background)
    History about Mississippi Freedom Summer from book source
    Long Shot-People around the Chaney-Goodman Schwerner Clock Tower
    Long shot- People interacting with the clock tower.
    Talk to someone from outside the campus
(their opinion of clock tower, how it aides in campus life, outsider’s perspective)
    Show a clip of Martin Luther King’s speech here at QC

    Film myself talking about the clock tower
    Closing credits (white letters on blue background)
    The end (white letters on blue background)

  37.   Zarraf Choudhury Says:

    1- Title over blue/black screen.
    2- medium to close up shot of photograph.
    3- Voice over: “a house”
    4- Background music, orchestra-like.
    5- Moving image of photograph.
    6- Text: Description of photograph (6 ft by 5 ft, glass, etc)
    7- Voice over asking opinions of others of the photograph.
    8- Students opinions
    9- Opinion of professor.
    10- Fade into explanation of what is meant.

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