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"Welcome to the REELY STUDIO. This is going to be a REELY fun ride. Fasten your seat belts and hold on tight. We'll see you at the end of the semester for the REELY AWARDS. Will you be the recipient of one of the REELYS? I can't REELY wait."

*The course outline is available in its entirety in the PDF below. It is your responsibility to review this information and print off the appropriate pages when needed. SAVE TREES!



 
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Step 1: LOGOMOTION

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Many movies, television shows, and short films produced by major studios include an animated logo at the beginning of the production.

Here are some great examples to get you started.

REELY STUDIO LOGO ANIMATION (PHOTOSHOP, PREMIERE)

 

3D ANIMATED LOGO - PIXAR STUDIOS



BAD ROBOT


STOP MOTION LOGO ANIMATION


AFTER EFFECTS LOGO ANIMATION

 
ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR/PREMIERE ANIMATED LOGO







Step 2: THE PITCH

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What's your idea? What genre of film are you interested in making?
  • Comedy
  • Drama
  • Action
  • Sci-fi
  • Documentary
Check out this LINK for a more exhaustive list of genres, topics and styles. 


So.....the pitch is where it all begins. You might have the best studio equipment in the world, but if you don't have a great concept and the drive see it through, you're destined for doom. Furthermore, your great concept must be pitched successfully so that it's not simply overlooked. A great concept won't necessarily sell itself. Make sure that your idea shines by using all the creative energy that you and your group can muster.

EXAMPLE ONE



MR. STACHE PITCH



MR. STACHE FILM


MR. STACHE - BEHIND THE SCENES