What’s the narrative spine of your piece?
The narrative spine of our piece is the transience of nature, recording as preservation and the importance of sound over sight.
What are your main characters? What are your plans for getting footage besides boring talking head shots?
Our main characters are the natural environments we will be exploring. Our human element will most likely be Dr. Krause and possibly field recordists Lawrence English or Jen Boyd, if all else fails.
How is conflict driving your story?
We will create conflict in our story by presenting to our audience nature recordings and revealing how the information within is both easy to understand and take for granted.
What kind of change do you wish to unfold within your piece?
We hope to unfold a change in our audience so that they may have a broader perspective of natural environments.
What’s the inciting incident and point of entry in your story?
The point of entry to our story is the dawn chorus. The inciting incident is the transience of nature and the idea of preserving the history of natural environments through field recordings.
What issues do you foresee having making your piece visually strong?
We hope to gather lots of footage of natural environments.