“The Most Dangerous Game”
If you were going to direct the movie “The Most Dangerous Game,” how
would you do it? As a group, you are going to pitch your idea to a big-
shot Hollywood producer (Ms. Christie and Mrs. Aglira) who will decide if
they will fund your movie for its huge production. If we agree to fund
your movie, you will have an unlimited budget. You can take your cast
and crew to the filming location and the expenses for the set, costumes,
and production will be paid for by the producers. However, your group
must impress us with your storyboard design.
Here are some questions you must consider:
1.) How would you make it as frightening as possible?
2.) Who would you cast in the roles?
3.) Where would you shoot your film?
4.) Would you have it narrated or would you just have it acted out?
5.) What is the costume design and soundtrack (opening and closing
Questions to answer when you are creating your storyboard:
1.) What is the location setting of the frame?
2.) How many actors are needed in the frame?
3.) Do you need any important props in the frame?
4.) What type of shot will it be? (close-up, wide frame, birds eye view,
long shot, over the shoulder, etc)
5.) What is the shot’s angle (where the camera is shooting form)? Is it
a high angle? A low angle?
6.) Do any of the actors or props need to move within the frame, and
what is the direction of the action?
7.) Does the camera need to follow the actor in the frame and in what
8.) Do you need special lighting?
9.) What are the audio effects? What is the soundtrack for each
For each frame, you must narrate what is going on in the frame and
they should be numbered. First you will work on the storyboard
template and then transfer onto poster board. You must have at
least 10-12 frames.