Published on March 4, 2014
Planning for shoots
What needs planning? The planning for shoots is the requirements that are needed for are film opening. Requirements are needed for the following: Hair Make-up Costume Props Location
Hair For the two young girls, we have decided to have their hair in 2 plaits. Taylor and Sophie will be doing both of the girls hair. A hair brush and hairspray will be needed during the filming incase of any hair falling out of place. The female character will have messy hair as she would have just woke up. Tina will do her hair by back combing the hair and using hairspray.
Make-up Taylor and Sophie will be doing the make-up for the two young girls. We are going to put on pale makeup on to make them look ghostly. They will also have dark eyes. Tina will be will doing the makeup for the character in the bed. She will have smudged eye make up to show that she has been a sleep and is restless,
Costume The costumes for the two girls are going to be long white dresses with black boots. We will gets the costumes from a Charity costume shop. The woman in bed will be wearing pajamas. Tina will be providing the pajamas.
Props The props that we will needed are: Dairy- The women character will use this is write her thoughts about the nightmare. Sophie will provide this China Doll- The youngest girl will be holding the doll when she is on the swing. Taylor will provide this Red pen- For the women to write in the dairy. Sophie will provide this Glass of water- Next to the women in bed- Sophie will provide this Sleeping pills(Paracetamol)- Next to the women in bed. Sophie will provide this,
Location Nightmare Swing- This will already be at the location Good whether- Dry Dark Lighting- To create the mysterious atmosphere. Empty- No people around Bedroom- this will be in Sophie’s house. Bed- For the women to sleep in Bedside table Side lamp Dark lighting- to show that it is nighttime and she is sleeping Window- so that we can zoom into it to show where the women is in the house
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