What To Include In A Director’s Treatment: Coors Light-Pt 1

INCLUDED IN THIS LESSON:  16 Minutes of Instructional Video, In-Depth Written Breakdown, Lighting Schematics and side by side comparisons-SUPPLIED W/ENGLISH SUBTITLES

IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL LEARN:  Commercial Cinematography is very different than Narrative.  A shot can be designed for 4-10 minutes, but in a commercials you have 15 to 30 seconds to convey your story, your message, your style and your attention grabbing imagery.  This lesson is Part 1 in a 7 Part series on Commercial Cinematography on what it takes to stay on schedule, on budget, light product, cans, bottles and liquid and deliver the 2 seconds of brilliance per shot.

This Lesson takes you through the director’s treatment, how Amed Amed presents himself.  The subtle verbiage, the collaborations, many secrets revealed in you writing and designing your treatment.

REVIEWS:

<<<Ahmed>>> Dear Shane,  Very wonderful Lesson as always, we want more examples about the director Treatment, especially for drama
<<<Manuel H>>> Great Lesson, thanks!  How many days of pre-production were involved?