Media215 – Original Story Video Proposal

10/3/2017

Jack Cote, Cory Castillon

Media215 Original Story Proposal

 

Music Video Original Story

 

A music video based on the music works of Jack Cote and the visual artistry combined by
Jack Cote and Cory Castillon.

 

Production Staff – need to decide what specific roles everyone should take on – all of them or split actions out.

 

Jack Cote

Directing, Producing, Writing, Filming, Editing

 

Cory Castillon

Directing, Producing, Writing, Filming, Editing

 

Statement

 

A form of collaboration bringing together audio and visual into one project, captivating a story that follows the artistic stylings of the project producers.

 

Background & Need

 

The art of visual and audio combination in media shows talent of all that are involved with the production of the video. Music videos have made ground breaking impacts in the media for several decades. The background for this project is to highlight the work of those involved and to give an experience to tell a story on several various levels. The need is to give experience of what it is like to take on the part of production that works with the artistic side of media that is still holding true for musicians and video producers alike.

 

Approach, Form & Style

 

As a music video, the video will be built upon a base around the story that is being portrayed by the music produced and the theme that fits towards the audio perceived into a visual form that the video producers collectively piece together around the story. The story will have a meaning that people could perceive for themselves on a level that relates to them but also have the direct meaning that the produces collectively agree would work visually with the audio. The style will be fitting upon the style of how the producers feel would fit with their forms of creativity.

 

Production Schedule

 

First half of Oct. 2017

Music Production. Story Development and Scripting.

B-Roll based on story line.

 

Second half of Oct. 2017
Storyboarding. Film main components towards story.

Tying story film and b-roll into full video. Editing and effects.

 

Beginning of Nov. 2017

Video review. Finish editing and effects.
Final video production.

 

Nov. 8 – Version 1
Nov. 15 – Version 2

 

 

Budget – Based on “what if” budget for major media outlets

 

Hourly Rate Per Filmmaker $30

10 hours total filming x 2 = $600

14 hours total editing x 2 = $840

6 hours travel time x 2 = $360

6 hours concept & development x 2 = $360

Total hourly charges = $2160

 

Miscellaneous Expenses

Travel meals $75 x 2 = $150

Lighting = $200

Video props = $100

Video clothes = $200

Travel Expenses = $200

Total Costs = $850

 

Total Film Budget = $3010

 

Audience, Marketing & Distribution

 

The audience is for all of those that enjoy music videos and short stories performed with audio and visual. Marketing is based upon the artists creative aspirations to further promote their talents. Distribution would be mainly through Youtube and other various social media for multiple means of viewing. 

 

Biographies

 

Jack Cote is a full-time student at Peninsula College in the field of Multimedia Communications. A veteran of 4 years in the United States Army, he carries over his hard-work ethics and team working skills towards his school work while striving to show the messages that class projects represent. Jack works in many forms of Multimedia aside from Video Production such as, Photography, Image Editing, 3D Design, Infographics, Digital Storytelling, and Digital Design. Former video projects he has participated in are “Nature’s Menace” Mocumentary Video, Veterans Resource Service Video, and Olympic Medical Center Volunteers Program Video.

 

Cory Castillon is a full-time student at Peninsula College studying Graphic Design in the Multimedia Communications department. His artwork consists of mixed media from Acrylic, Photography, Adobe, Autodesk, Unreal Engine, Unity, and his signature porcelain sculptures. Cory is currently working on his associates degree in multimedia and will be pursuing his bachelor’s degree in business soon. As an honors student, his capstone project was to create a formula using the pop up gallery format to provide an outlet for student artists to share their work with their local communities and beyond. His Correctional Access project was featured in the nonprofit commons Digital Citizenship exhibit in which he advocates for access to VR technology for inmate rehabilitation and employment training. The goal of that project is to offer creative solutions to ending mass incarceration in the United States.

 

Miscellaneous

 

Release forms will be required for all individuals appearing in our film.

 

 

 

 

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Media215 – Mini-Documentary Video Proposal

Donna Geer, Lois Spicer, Jack Cote

Directing & Production Documentary Proposal for Fall Quarter

 

Sequim Irrigation Festival

 

A five to ten-minute film that highlights the Sequim Irrigation Festival and the volunteers that support it.

 

Production Staff – need to decide what specific roles everyone should take on – all of them or split actions out.

 

Donna Geer

Directing, Producing, Writing, Filming, Editing

 

Lois Spicer

Directing, Producing, Writing, Filming, Editing

 

Jack Cote

Directing, Producing, Writing, Filming, Editing

 

Statement

 

Celebrate how the festival honors the past and still appeals to the future.  Recognition of how volunteers support the program and what it takes to make the festival happen.

 

Background & Need

 

The Sequim Irrigation Festival is the longest running festival in the state of Washington.  It just celebrated its 122nd year of celebrating the bringing of irrigation water to the dry prairie of Sequim, WA.  There’s a lot of different events that make up the ten-day festival and there’s a lot of volunteers that step up to make it happen.  We’re interested in what keeps people coming back year after year and how the festival can continue to honor the past while appealing to the future.

 

Approach, Form & Style

 

The film will explore the history of the festival and highlight some of the various accomplishments over the year, including the current events of today.  We will want to focus on some of the volunteers that put a lot of time and effort into this event.  Additional areas of focus would be specific events of the festival, exploration of why it’s so important to the town and what needs to happen to ensure it continues for another hundred years.

 

Production Schedule

 

May 2017

Initial Filming in Sequim of different festival events – complete

 

Sep 2017

Concept, development and writing

 

Sep 2017

Interviews of specific volunteers

 

Oct 2017

Editing

 

Dec 2017

Submission of Final Video

 

Budget – in kind donation to the festival

 

Hourly Rate Per Filmmaker $25

10 hours total filming x 3 = $750

15 hours total editing x 3 = $1125

5 hours travel time x 3 = $375

4 hours concept & development x 3 = $300

Total hourly charges = $2550

 

Miscellaneous Expenses

Travel meals $50 x 3 = $150

Lapel Mic and cord $20 x 3 = $60

32G Memory card $25 x 3 = $75

Camera batteries (already have)

Total Expenses = $285

 

Total Film Budget = $2835 – in kind donation to the festival organizers, so no charge

 

Audience, Marketing & Distribution

 

Our main focus will be to deliver one complete video product to Deron Kapetan, Festival Director and Renne Brock, Program Coordinator of Multi-Media at Peninsula College.  We will provide access to the video via YouTube.

 

Biographies

 

Donna Geer is currently a full-time student at Peninsula College in pursuit of a degree in Multimedia Communications.  Previously, she worked at Boeing and numerous other companies (too many to list here), has a bachelor’s and a master’s in business, spent eight years in the Air Force Reserve and National Guard and has a certification in Life Coaching.  She wants to make a difference by supporting her community in meaningful ways.  She has been a volunteer for the Olympic Medical Center, Sequim, WA; Women’s Crisis Center in Ogden, UT; and a former board member of Camp Fire USA Snohomish County, Everett, WA.  Donna’s multimedia work is accessible at http://donnageer.weebly.com/ and https://donnageerblog.wordpress.com

 

Lois Spicer is a full-time student at Peninsula College in the Multimedia Communications program.  She has been at Peninsula College for a year now and is enjoying all the knowledge of Multimedia Communications.  She has worked in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Premier Pro, and Aftereffects.  She wants to make a change in her community here in Port Angeles Washington and in Sequim WA. Anyone wanting to see her work the can do so at

http://loisspmedia203.weebly.com/  and https://myspiceinlife.blog/.

 

Jack Cote is a full-time student at Peninsula College in the field of Multimedia Communications. A veteran of 4 years in the United States Army, he carries over his hard-work ethics and team working skills towards his school work while striving to show the messages that class projects represent. Jack works in many forms of Multimedia aside from Video Production such as, Photography, Image Editing, 3D Design, Infographics, Digital Storytelling, and Digital Design. Former video projects he has participated in are “Nature’s Menace” Mocumentary Video, Veterans Resource Service Video, and Olympic Medical Center Volunteers Program Video.

 

Miscellaneous

 

Release forms will be required for all individuals appearing in our film.

 

 

 

 

Media215 – Public Service Announcement Video Proposal

Jack Cote, Donna Geer, Lois Spicer                                                                           10/03/2017

Directing & Production Documentary Proposal for Fall Quarter

 

 

Sequim Botanical Garden

 

A five to ten-minute film that highlights the Sequim Botanical Garden, the volunteers that support it and the funding to secure future enrichment and projects.

 

Production Staff – need to decide what specific roles everyone should take on – all of them or split actions out.

 

Donna Geer

Directing, Producing, Writing, Filming, Editing

 

Lois Spicer

Directing, Producing, Writing, Filming, Editing

 

Jack Cote

Directing, Producing, Writing, Filming, Editing

 

Statement

 

We want to educate the public about the Sequim Botanical Gardens.

 

Background & Need

 

The Sequim Botanical Garden has been around for quite a while, but they’re always looking for additional volunteers to work on the gardens.  It is a landmark in Sequim and requires additional funding to maintain and enhance the gardens.  There is a need for greater public outreach and a video promoting the garden should bring additional funding.  A botanical garden is a place to learn, so it’s considered an educational non-profit group.

 

Approach, Form & Style

 

We know that most Sequim citizens are not aware there is a botanical garden in the city limits.  The purpose of this film will be to educate the public about the garden, the various projects and the opportunities to learn about gardening.  The video will explore the history of the garden, including early promoters.  It will highlight some of the volunteers and the work they do.  We also want to focus on the opportunities for the public to learn more about gardening with native plants.  There are some upcoming projects – the rose garden and one based on tribal medicinal benefits – that might be good to highlight.  We can include the planting schedules, including timeframes, for the public to visit.

 

Production Schedule

 

Oct 2017

Initial Filming in Sequim of the gardens

 

Oct 2017

Concept, development and writing

 

Oct 2017

Interviews of specific volunteers

 

Nov 2017

Editing

 

Dec 2017

Submission of Final Video

 

Budget – in kind donation to the festival 

Hourly Rate Per Filmmaker $25

10 hours total filming x 3 = $750

15 hours total editing x 3 = $1125

5 hours travel time x 3 = $375

4 hours concept & development x 3 = $300

Total hourly charges = $2550

 

Miscellaneous Expenses

Travel meals $50 x 3 = $150

Lapel Mic and cord $20 x 3 = $60

32G Memory card $25 x 3 = $75

Camera batteries (already have)

Total Expenses = $285

 

Total Film Budget = $2835 – in kind donation to the festival organizers, so no charge

 

Audience, Marketing & Distribution

 

Our main focus will be to deliver one complete video product to Renne Brock, Program Coordinator of Multi-Media at Peninsula College.  We will provide access to the video via YouTube.

 

Biographies

 

Donna Geer is currently a full-time student at Peninsula College in pursuit of a degree in Multimedia Communications.  Previously, she worked at Boeing and numerous other companies (too many to list here), has a bachelor’s and a master’s in business, spent eight years in the Air Force Reserve and National Guard and has a certification in Life Coaching.  She wants to make a difference by supporting her community in meaningful ways.  She has been a volunteer for the Olympic Medical Center, Sequim, WA; Women’s Crisis Center in Ogden, UT; and a former board member of Camp Fire USA Snohomish County, Everett, WA.  Donna’s multimedia work is accessible at http://donnageer.weebly.com/ and https://donnageerblog.wordpress.com

 

Lois Spicer is a full-time student at Peninsula College in the Multimedia Communications program.  She has been at Peninsula College for a year now and is enjoying all the knowledge of Multimedia Communications.  She has worked in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Premier Pro, and Aftereffects.  She wants to make a change in her community here in Port Angeles Washington and in Sequim WA. Anyone wanting to see her work the can do so at

http://loisspmedia203.weebly.com/  and https://myspiceinlife.blog/.

 

Jack Cote is a full-time student at Peninsula College in the field of Multimedia Communications. A veteran of 4 years in the United States Army, he carries over his hard-work ethics and team working skills towards his school work while striving to show the messages that class projects represent. Jack works in many forms of Multimedia aside from Video Production such as, Photography, Image Editing, 3D Design, Infographics, Digital Storytelling, and Digital Design. Former video projects he has participated in are “Nature’s Menace” Mocumentary Video, Veterans Resource Service Video, and Olympic Medical Center Volunteers Program Video.

 

Miscellaneous

 

Release forms will be required for all individuals appearing in our film.