Story Boards and Creative Briefs

February 4, 2008 at 4:16 am Leave a comment

Idea 1:

“Everybody’s Coming to Get Me…”

A video depicting the negative effects of smoking weed.

Most people are unaware of many of weed’s negative side effects and dismiss it as nothing more than a gateway drug. This video is aimed at teens and 20 somethings (those most likely to be cannabis users) to teach them about some of the negative effects of weed, most specifically its link to paranoia and mental illness.

The video will start off as some tripped out psychedelic thing and slowly morph into a nightmarish world. Both the sounds and visuals will undergo this transformation, meanwhile auditory information will be pumped in over the music with key words worked into the graphics.

This piece will be inspired largely by its soundtrack which will consist of psychedelic music (or reggae) and heavy metal.

Research and Bibliography

Idea 2:

“Can you Smell the Fear?”

Being scared is a lot of things, but it isn’t rational. Fear is more than just about psychology, it can be chemical and there are even fear inducing pheromones. This project will explore the various different aspects of fear and ways to cause it.

While the target audience for this piece will be fairly broad, the video may be a little freaky for young kids and a little to maybe a little to freaky for so adults as well. A perfect video for conspiracy theorists.

The video would explore various aspects of the psychology and physiology of fear including the Peru incident and psychological torture.

Visually this video would be something like a cheesy 80’s music video scary, but only because it is so weird. Think Bonnie Tyler and Total Eclipse of the Heart, with graphic elements punctuating the choir scenes and text running through the hall with Bonnie.

Research and Bibliography


Entry filed under: Story Boards Creative Briefs.

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