Slide 1: The malt is harvested and crushed to access the sugars inside, then mixed in a mash tun with hot water to create a porridge like product.
Slide 2: This product is then filtered to create clear beer known as wort. It is then boiled, and then a flower known as hops is added to give a bitter taste near the end of the boiling process.
Slide 3: This product is then sent to the whirlpool, which separates the protein and hops from the wort. The hops and protein move to the middle and the wort moves to the outside, then the wort is sent to the fermenting vessels.
Slide 4: This beer then ferments for 3 days, and another 3 days of the yeast being conditioned. The yeast is then extracted and the beer is racked to casks, ready to be served and enjoyed!
The producer is a role that takes care of the production and pre-production. They plan it and they make sure everything is arranged and set up properly. The roles they will oversee are roles such as scripting, directing, editing, financing and other coordinating. Equipment for a producer role can vary, because they oversee many aspects of a production, and whilst they may not be the main operator of the equipment, they will most likely operate the equipment from time to time such as scripts and editing. The role requires skills such as logical and creative mindset, strong leadership and good direction.
Email to client 1:
Email to client 2:
Reply emails from client:
The client has not specified what we are and aren’t allowed to produce, but we will negotiate with the client on site when we produce the video. We will have to be aware of safety issues as mentioned in the reply email. We have plenty of opportunities such as using equipment such as a fig rig and a drone.
Sound equipment – microphone, dead cat, headphones, Tascam
First establishing shots – ambience of scene – trees rustling, birds chirping – diegetic
The rest of the video – cheerful ukulele music, non copyrighted, light and fun – non diegetic
Interview – audio of interview speech – diegetic
Examples of music ideas: