Before the film crew can create a tentative script for your approval, you must provide them with:
Once the script has been approved, it can be sent to the facilitator and expert to give them an outline of what you plan on filming.
It is important to note that the guide script is subject to change depending on weather, new developments and interviews, but the main message should stay consistent.
The guide scripts itself must include:
A video is not a report; it must connect with people, be relatable and entice the audience to keep watching. When planning your script keep in mind that you want to use one crucial example and the most captivating issues that surround it. Include the most dynamic and knowledgeable staff and the most visually compelling settings.
The staff at the organization will have a more active interest in seeing how various projects are being carried out. You may want to create a longer video that has further detail for that purpose.
More than one media outlet may be interested in showing your film. It’s best to contact them beforehand and find out what time slots they have available to air your storymercial.
This information should be relayed to the film makers so they can produce extended or shortened versions of the documentary.
Here is the guide script for the Banda Aceh video
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