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The UTEP Climate Community and

Climate Change

Written by Derek Perez


William Johnson
Daniel Corona
RWS 1302
Instruction
University of Texas at El Paso
8/6/2018
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZyY4kvFgps
SHOT VIDEO AUDIO/NARRATION
1 Open with a shot of Juarez “MUSIC”
0:05
2 A shot of the sun with Title of “MUSIC”
0:10 film

3 Shot of freeway with windmill DEREK: Climate change is a


0:13 in the foreground phenomenon that is regularly
center of controversy…

“MUSIC UNDER”

4 Video of snow in Texas DEREK: … and awareness.


0:18
“MUSIC UNDER”

5 A video of Houston floods and DEREK: Affecting the livelihood


0:23 Bill Nye of people and students have a
negative reaction towards climate
change

“MUSIC UNDER”

6 A shot of a student studying in “MUSIC”


0:26 the UGLC of UTEP

7 Pan of nasa.gov and definition DEREK: Climate change is a change


0:32 (highlighted) in climate patterns in a certain
region…

“MUSIC UNDER”

8 Pan of dictionary and DEREK: …and globally that can


0:38 definition (highlighted) last over an extended period.

“MUSIC UNDER”

9 Pan of dictionary and DEREK: It can also mean, global


0:41 definition (highlighted) warming.

“MUSIC UNDER”

10 Austin Video “VIDEO AUDIO”


0:48
11 Leonardo DiCaprio Video “VIDEO AUDIO”
0:55
“MUSIC UNDER”
SHOT VIDEO AUDIO/NARRATION
12 Al Gore Video “VIDEO AUDIO”
1:00
“MUSIC UNDER”

13 A shot of CENTENNIAL PLAZA DEREK: Centennial Plaza, A


1:07 beautiful place to hang out, but
the heat is running all the
students away.

“MUSIC UNDER”

14 AN IMAGE OF THE UNION ENTRANCE DEREK: They rather refuge


1:11 themselves from the heat…

“MUSIC UNDER”

15 A shot of Library DEREK: in the UTEP Union and the


1:14 library.

“MUSIC UNDER”

16 Interview Interviewees response


1:21
17 Pan to Survey of “The First interviewees response
1:28 Prospector”

“STILLSHOT”

18 Interview Interviewees response


1:38
22 A video of San Francisco “MUSIC”
1:43
23 A video of Los Angeles highway “MUSIC”
1:48
24 A video of New York City “MUSIC”
1:52
25 A shot of mountains in Juarez “MUSIC”
1:58
“What causes climate change?”

26 A video of a news broadcast DEREK: Climate change can be


2:03 caused from pollution, from
carbon dioxide and fossil fuels…

“MUSIC UNDER”
SHOT VIDEO AUDIO/NARRATION
27 A video of a busy city center DEREK: overpopulation and the
2:08 Sun.

“MUSIC UNDER”

28 A video of Bill Nye in a news “VIDEO AUDIO”


2:13 broadcast

29 A video of the Houston “AUDIO FROM BILL NYE VIDEO”


2:20 floodings

30 Footage of an El Paso tornado DEREK: So how does climate change


2:26 affect El Paso?
“Climate change and El Paso”
“MUSIC UNDER”

31 A video of a school project DEREK: According to KVIA, there


2:28 video containing the El Paso was a release of carbon monoxide
border
“MUSIC UNDER”

32 An image of the Western DEREK: Volatile organic compounds


2:33 Refining and sulfur dioxide to El Paso’s
atmosphere that was from the
refining

“MUSIC UNDER”

33 A second image of the Western “MUSIC”


2:37 Refining

34 A video of a UTEP news “VIDEO AUDIO”


2:42 broadcast

35 Footage of Juarez smog “AUDIO FROM UTEP VIDEO”


2:47
36 Same footage of Juarez smog but “SILENCE”
2:51 slowed down

37 A shot of I-10 and Juarez DEREK: There must be a higher


3:06 awareness for climate change. Not
only is it affecting the
livelihood of El Paso and the
nation, it is also affecting the
way students study

“MUSIC UNDER”
SHOT VIDEO AUDIO/NARRATION
38 Shot of DEREK pointing at DEREK: So, how can you help? You
3:10 www.greenpeace.org can visit the Greenpeace website
Shot of Juarez, I-10 and some
at www.greenpeace.org
trees
“MUSIC UNDER”

39 Footage of greenpeace.org, DEREK: There you can see how the


3:26 showcasing where you can get organization works, where you can
involved and where to donate
get involved like jobs and
donations, and give monthly
donations for the organization

“MUSIC UNDER”

40 A shot of DEREK and WILLIAM DEREK: So do your part, donate


3:37 looking at Juarez and the heat now, help the environment.
waves

“Help the environment”


“MUSIC UNDER”

41 Credits “MUSIC”
3:54
Film Nomenclature
Here are some scriptwriting terms you can use. You need to use at least
one term in every scene.

ANGLE: Directs the camera to focus on a person or thing.


AD LIB: Instructs actors to make up and fill in dialogue in the scene.
CUT TO: To go from one scene, or element in a scene, to another very
quickly.
DISSOLVE: A film editing technique where one scene "melts" or fades
into another scene.
ESTABLISHING SHOT: Use to be used to give an overall perspective of a
scene.
EXT. Short for exterior, or outside.
FADE IN: This is the start of the screenplay.
FADE OUT: This is the end.
Fg: Stands for Foreground. Used to place an object or person in front
of the scene.
FREEZE FRAME: The image freezes on the screen and becomes a still shot.
INT.: Short for interior, or indoors.
INTERCUT: To go back and forth between to locations, scenes, or
elements in a scene.
INSERT: An item that is inserted into the camera view. Usually a note,
or picture is inserted so the audience can either read what is on the
note, or see the picture.
Master scene heading: Begins each new scene. It consists of three
parts: The LOCATION, PLACE, and TIME of the scene. For example:
* EXT. PLAYGROUND - NIGHT or
* INT. BEDROOM - DAY
MONTAGE or SERIES OF SHOTS: A number of different scenes shown one
after the other. Used to show a number of events passing in a short
period of time.
OS or OC: OFF SCREEN or OFF CAMERA. A character talks, or something
happens out of view of the camera.
OVER THE SHOULDER: A camera shot over the shoulder of a character.
PAN: A camera shot that pivots up and down, or side to side.
PLOT POINT: A turning point, or transition in the screenplay that
propels the screenplay forward.
POV: POINT OF VIEW. The perspective view of one character as they look
at another character or thing in the scene.
REVERSE SHOT: When two characters are talking to each other and the
camera shifts for one character to the other.
SLOW MOTION: Self-explanatory.
SPLIT SCREEN: The location of the scene is divided in to two, or more
sections.
SUBLIM: A shot lasting less than a second. (The brief flashbacks scenes
usually done when a character is dying and their live flash before
their eyes)
SUPER: A SUPERIMPOSITION. One image merged into another image.
VO: VOICE OVER. Usually used by a narrator of a scene. The character
doing the VO is usually not in the same location as the scene.
ZOOM: A camera focus upon something in the scene.