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  • Production This course is: Fundamentals of filmmaking This lesson is: Lesson: Making the Movie Props - The Star Wars Poster The pages of this lesson are:
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  • Lesson: Intro to narrative filmmaking Lesson: Draw the movie poster for "Star Wars" Lesson: Understanding dailies Lesson: Create a matte painting Lesson:
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  • music morphs into the Star Wars theme. (2) Young Person: "That was a great movie..." → Cut to a side view as the Star Wars music begins to fade to
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  • Answer!. (1 point) The Star Wars theme? Is this the real Star Wars theme or only music which sounds like the Star Wars theme? Tell Me Your Answer
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  • person are outside a movie theater where they have just seen the movie "Star Wars". Now they stand looking at the movie poster on the wall outside the theater
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  • Old Person while the theme of Star Wars plays. Option B After holding for three seconds while the theme of Star Wars play, you can cut to a front view
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  • If you do not want to create your own Star Wars poster, you can use any of the completed storyboard frames. Click on the picture to see the original.
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  • person are outside a movie theater where they have just seen the movie "Star Wars". Now they stand looking at the movie poster on the wall outside the theater
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  • Old Person while the theme of Star Wars plays. Option C After holding for three seconds while the theme of Star Wars play, you can cut to a front view
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  • Old Person while the theme of Star Wars plays. Option B After holding for three seconds while the theme of Star Wars play, you can cut to a front view
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  • Wikipedia:Media help (OGG) 1. Star Wars Openning Many people have said that they want to open the scene looking at the poster of Star Wars movie. This requires
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  • Lesson WikiU Film School - Lesson #005: Creating the Musical Temp Track Pages of this Lesson Title Page & List of Required Listening (In Quest of Deborah
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  • The camera quickly dollies in and we see that the poster is for Star Wars. The Star Wars' theme plays for three seconds. Then the camera moves down to watch
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  • "HEY-JUDE", Beatles song, first two notes of the emperor's theme from Star Wars, Soft Kitty from The Big Bang Theory Major Third "KUM-BY-a", For He's
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  • person are outside a movie theater where they have just seen the movie "Star Wars". Now they stand looking at the movie poster on the wall outside the theater
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  • Fairies" music morphs into the Star Wars theme. (2) Young Person: "That was a great movie..." Cut to a side view as the Star Wars music begins to fade to
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  • local cinema. After two seconds of street sounds, I want to start the "Star Wars" musical theme as the poster becomes larger in the frame as the camera
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  • me! (#2) The Star Wars poster music Then we see what the young person is watching. It is a poster for the movie, Star Wars. What should the audience
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  • Old Person while the theme of Star Wars plays. Option C After holding for three seconds while the theme of Star Wars play, you can cut to a side view
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  • can show just the poster. When you show the poster, you will play the Star Wars theme. Option "C" - The Poster over the shoulders of the Young Person
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