Shot Plan for Video

Shot Plan –

  1. Establishing shot of new building
  2. Coach one to one with a boxer. (punch pads) – 3 angles
  3. Boxer– punching towards the camera (ducking)
  4. People training on the weights
  5. People running on the track (from behind, side angle, and footwork shots)
  6. People skipping and on punch bags (long, mids, close-ups and facial expressions)
  7. Foot work shots – many different angles – people
  • Side angles
  • From the back
  • Stomp
  1. Low angle shots looking up at boxer either punching the punching bag or training with coach boxers
  2. Coach doing demonstration to a group
  3. Coach talking to the group/ or individual person

Interview with Coach

  • What does it mean to have the new facilities, what impact do you think it will have to the club, what are your hopes for the future of the club
  • How much did the move and new facilities cost, how much of that was funded by the lottery.
  • Sign off – quote something like “it is incredible to have the new space and I have high hopes of a couple of the lads moving forward”
  • What is boxing? Team sport, pulling together and supporting each other, close nit environment

Interview with boxer

  • What does it mean to you as a boxer to have these facilities? Ie gives routine, focus, challenge, fitness and discipline
  • What advice would you give others if they want to get involved?
  • How many days of the week do you train and what’s your targets within boxing?

Key facts

  • Each (-) means pause before continuing to talk
  • Each single shot to last at least 10 seconds
  • Use the key codes and conventions – not breaking the 180-degree rule
  • Looking space on interviews and using the rule of thirds