If you've difficulty in downloading anything just email for the document. Where there is instructional text on a template, delete it before saving yours.
You can find storyboard templates/guide here, then ...
basic shooting schedule;
ideas note sheet [can help simply track the progress/evolution of your thinking];
contacting record label for permission;
music video idea summary [this may help you organise, clarify your thoughts];
individual lesson progress logs [often use this to mutually help you/I track progress, but also to help identify concrete steps, over single lessons when in workshop mode] - embedded below;
the assessment criteria;
using Google calendar [great for Eval Q4, and exam, and simply as an effective means of organisation - which is of course also assessed for R+P!]
Lyric timing sheets
An important INITIAL step, and are helpful again when editing. Use this denotation to work out:
- how many locations there are, and clearly denote these
- how many costume changes there are, and clearly denote these
- how many actual shots are used (some shots will be used/repeated across different sections of the video)
- any FX applied
Here are a couple of examples of (partial) timing sheets - there is a third, simpler example below these:
If you find these just too fiddly, then you can do something along these lines:
When working towards a vodcast on conventions, or simply looking at a range of videos and noting only a few points on each, a simple doc like this can be useful:
Individual lesson progress logs
Music Video Terminology Log
Useful for coursework and your exam.