|Drawing some rough thumbnails of key scenes as a edit the script.|
Make the house feel like character as much Little and Loud
Staging: flat vs depth
Directing notes I left for myself of the back of a Little Loud scrip (draft 4):
- use lower angles to to achieve perspective of a child.
- give audience 2+2 and let them make 4. Don not give them 4; show Little
- Let the music tell the story too and make better sue of SFX and Composing.
- If story has circular/ elliptical narrative (we end where we began) then consider spheres and elipsis in the design of the film; architecturer, furniture, lighting etc. This will also work with the spherical shape of her hair too and give a sense of cohesion.
- Have all the action in the film go from screen right to screen left to give a sense of progression. If we end where we began then after the climax we would move from screen right to screen left.
No longer an animated series I have bee encourage to pitched it as a short film
Really creepy BAFTA Award winning short "The Sandman" (1992) by Paul Berry. Helen Brusdon recommended I watch this while working on Little Loud. I now know I don't want it to be that creepy.
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