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Indian Revolution Storyboard

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Alicia Mies

on 19 May 2015

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Transcript of Indian Revolution Storyboard

"1920: The 'What's Wrong' Portion"
Before the Revolution
"Intro"
The concept of the intro is going to be a
short preview of all the British's "wrongdoings".
It will be treated as a Breaking News edition with
7 second radio/articles/etc. However, our video is not a news cast; this will only be about 30 seconds and will just remind/inform the people about the "underlying causes". To find everything and create it will take around 25 minutes.
"Interviews with Indians"
We will tape our selves and act out as normal Indian citizens and explain our daily lives. We will explain our different viewpoints on the British empire, which will provide the viewer with a deeper understanding of the general population's point of view. This area will approximately take 45 minutes to an hour to film. To edit, it will only take 30 minutes.
"Explaining what the
British are doing"
This area will mainly focus on what the British
are doing wrong. It will mainly go further into
the underlying causes. We will use text, videos, and interviews, to get our point across. This portion will focus more on the political and economical side of the revolution. It is the chunk of our video and will probably take an hour and a half to get everything together.
"Wrap-up"
(The video isn't
related to what we
plan to talk about. However, it's the same idea)
This is just a wrap-up on the whole situation. Basically a "THIS IS WHY WE SHOULD REBEL." This part will focus more on the general ideas like, freedom, liberty, and equality. (remember, this is before Gandhi was in the picture) This will only take 20-30 minutes.
The Indian Revolution
"1945: The 'Fight for Peace' Portion"
"Gandhi"
This is the part that explains Gandhi's role in the Indian Revolution. The rebellion has already started and will convey ideas of peace and violence. This part will include the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre. This will take about 20 minutes.
"FREEDOM. LIBERTY. EQUALITY."
This area is just a add-on to why we need our independence. This is the meat of this episode and will be extremely persuasive and fire the people up. This will include the same people interviewed in the previous episode, but they will be older. This will probably take around 45 minutes to edit and complete.
"Peace"
This area will mostly focus on the importance of using peace in achieving anything, particularly peace. This area will include the Salt March. This will take about 30 minutes to edit and complete.
The Indian Revolution
"1945: The 'Fight for Peace' Portion"
"After the War"
This will "relive" the tragedies and horrors of the war. This section will include images, videos, and articles on India's independence.
"FREEDOM. LIBERTY. EQUALITY."
This area is just a add-on to why we need our independence. This is the meat of this episode and will be extremely persuasive and fire the people up. This will include the same people interviewed in the previous episode, but they will, again, be older. This will probably take around 45 minutes to edit and complete.
"Thank You"
"Thank you India for teaching the world a lesson about peace." This part explains the importance of peace. This is the "analysis."
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