You are going to be a filmmaker for the day. Select an event from your life that you would like to portray on film and write a detailed script of what it would look like. Remember to describe camera angles, panning shots, lighting, characters, and dialog to the film. You must be specific to receive credit. Don’t just tell the story–describe how it will look on film. Your film script should have a beginning (setup and/or event(s) leading up to the main event), a middle (the main event, fully-developed), and an ending (a conclusion that wraps up the story — how did it end? What happened right after it or because of it?) Make sure to format your film script like the example film script
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