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DP Film Studies

Production Portfolio

LATIN CINEMA
Name _______________________ Date Due Wednesday 8th June, 2011

Task Description

Write and create a Spanish-language film inspired by Latin Cinema in collaboration with the
Y12 Spanish class. You must select one of the following focus countries:

1) Argentina;
2) Mexico;
3) Spain.

In groups of three, students will research the cinematic traditions, themes and characteristics
of their assigned country, arrange their film crews, plan their sequence, storyboard it, and then
create the actual film. The film must meet some of the conventions of the chosen country.

There will be no formal written commentary for this project.

Final Student Grade & Comments:

Final Teacher Grade & Comments:


IB Film Studies
Production Portfolio

Name _______________________ Date Due ________________________

Criterion A : Planning and Research (Maximum 10)

This criterion is concerned with the documentation of production processes, from preliminary planning
and research, pre-production, production and principal photography, through to post-production.

Students are expected to show in their productions:


- Evidence of planning for the production
- Evidence of research into the production processes
- Comprehensive documentation of the relevant development stages.

LOA Task Specific Descriptor


0 The work does not reach a standard described by the descriptors below.
There is little or no planning for and research into production processes. Little
1-2 documentation of the relevant development stages is displayed.
There is some planning for and research into production processes. Some
3-4 documentation of the relevant development stages is displayed, but this
documentation is likely to be incomplete, either lacking sufficient detail in parts or
omitting stages in the process.
There is adequate planning for and research into production processes.
5-6 Documentation of the relevant development stages is satisfactory.
There is good planning for and research into the production processes.
7-8 Documentation of the relevant development stages is mostly thorough.
There is excellent planning for and research into the production processes.
9-10 Documentation of the relevant development stages is comprehensive.

Student Grade & Comments:

Teacher Grade & Comments:


IB Film Studies
Production Portfolio

Name _______________________ Date Due ________________________

Criterion B : Reflection and Evaluation (Maximum 10)

This criterion is concerned with artistic and logistical analysis of the relevant production processes and the
evaluation in the individual student’s written commentary on the project as a whole, including the roles of
the student and others (where appropriate).

Students are expected to show in their productions:


- Artistic analysis of the production processes
- Logistical analysis of the production processes
- Evaluation of the project as a whole
- Evaluation of the student’s role in the production
- Evaluation of the other production personnel
- Comprehensive written commentary

LOA Task Specific Descriptor


0 The work does not reach a standard described by the descriptors below.
There is a limited artistic and logistical analysis of the relevant production processes,
1-2 with little critical evaluation of the project as a whole.
There is some artistic and logistical analysis of the relevant production processes, with
3-4 some critical evaluation of the project as a whole.
There is a satisfactory artistic and logistical analysis of the relevant production
5-6 processes, with satisfactory critical evaluation of the project as a whole.
There is an effective artistic and logistical analysis of the relevant production
7-8 processes, with good critical evaluation of the project as a whole.
There is a highly effective artistic and logistical analysis of the relevant production
9-10 processes, with excellent critical evaluation of the project as a whole.

Student Grade & Comments:

Teacher Grade & Comments:


IB Film Studies
Production Portfolio

Name _______________________ Date Due ________________________

Criterion C : Professional and Technical Skills (Maximum 10)

This criterion is concerned with professional and technical skills (including organizational skills) that may
be demonstrated during the production processes or in the finished product itself.

Students are expected to show in their productions:


- Professional skills for one principal production role
- Technical skills for the same production role
- Organizational skills
- Creativity and resourcefulness in managing available resources
- Creativity and resourcefulness in managing available technology

LOA Task Specific Descriptor


0 The work does not reach a standard described by the descriptors below.
The student demonstrates little or no ability in the professional and technical skills
1-2 (including organizational skills) necessary for one principal production role, and
makes limited use of available resources and technology.
The student demonstrates some ability in the professional and technical skills
3-4 (including organizational skills) necessary for one principal production role, and
makes some use of available resources and technology.
The student demonstrates satisfactory ability in the professional and technical skills
5-6 (including organizational skills) necessary for one principal production role, and
makes competent use of available resources and technology.
The student demonstrates good ability in the professional and technical skills
7-8 (including organizational skills) necessary for one principal production role, and
makes effective use of available resources and technology.
The student demonstrates excellent ability in the professional and technical skills
9-10 (including organizational skills) necessary for one principal production role, and
makes highly effective use of available resources and technology.

Student Grade & Comments:

Teacher Grade & Comments:


IB Film Studies
Production Portfolio

Name _______________________ Date Due ________________________

Criterion D : Effective use of Film Language (Maximum 10)

This criterion is concerned with evidence of the student’s effective use of film language, as seen in the
finished product.

Students are expected to show in their productions:


- Their ability to communicate meaning effectively using film language in:
- Writing
- Mise en Scene
- Cinematography
- Sound
- Editing

LOA Task Specific Descriptor


0 The work does not reach a standard described by the descriptors below.
The student demonstrates little or no ability to communicate effectively in film
1-2 language.
The student demonstrates some ability to communicate effectively in film language.
3-4
The student demonstrates a satisfactory ability to communicate effectively in film
5-6 language.
The student demonstrates a good ability to communicate effectively in film language.
7-8
The student demonstrates an excellent ability to communicate effectively in film
9-10 language.

Student Grade & Comments:

Teacher Grade & Comments:


IB Film Studies
Production Portfolio

Name _______________________ Date Due ________________________

Criterion E : Originality and Creativity (Maximum 10)

This criterion is concerned with originality and creativity in the film-making process (referred to as
“creative
intelligence” in the level descriptors below). This may be demonstrated by freshness of approach, by
intelligent work that goes either with or against the conventions of the genre, or by problem solving.
Another key indicator is the level of audience engagement with the work.
This criterion is intended to provide a holistic assessment of each student’s contribution to the finished
film.

Students are expected to show in their productions:


- Originality and Creativity in the film-making process
- Freshness of approach
- Reference to genre
- Effective problem solving
- Evidence of audience response
- Overall quality and production value.

LOA Task Specific Descriptor


0 The work does not reach a standard described by the descriptors below.
There is little or no evidence of creative intelligence in the film-making process. The
1-2 production is of limited interest to audiences.
There is some evidence of creative intelligence in some aspects of the film-making
3-4 process. The production is of some interest to audiences.
There is adequate evidence of creative intelligence in most aspects of the film-making
5-6 process. The production engages audience interest satisfactorily.
There is good evidence of creative intelligence in all aspects of the film-making
7-8 process. The production engages audience interest well.
There is excellent evidence of creative intelligence in all aspects of the film-making
9-10 process. The production engages audience interest with great success.

Student Grade & Comments:

Teacher Grade & Comments: