Though for the vast majority of our films we did not create storyboards, for some of our earlier productions (given our general lack of experience) we used them as planning tools to save tie on set. Here are a few examples of some of our storyboard illustrations.
Loose Ends (16)Preproduction storyboards for “Loose Ends,” February 2004. Developed after the location scouts, the storyboards here were a thumbnail attempt to make initial plans for primary shot angles and composition. While the primary action of the detectives’ conversation was more varied in the final film, the baasic selection of shots remained fairly close to these initial ideas.
Preproduction storyboards for “Screening Process,” October 2005. In this case, we were attempting to recreate iconic scenes from several ’80s films, so we used the storyboards as quick “notes” to convey shot composition.