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Issue #012 / April 2019

Storyboarding makes big ideas manageable


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BATMAN

Do you bleed?

 

SUPERMAN

(glares)

 

BATMAN

You will!

They fight.


Okay, imagine you were tasked with directing the biggest blockbuster of 2016, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Then you got to this point in the script.

“They fight.”

What takes up two words in a script results in a scene that spans 12 minutes, impacts hundreds of staff, and kicks off a multitude of decisions. Decisions that will, at times, cost millions of dollars. How do you even begin to consider the scope of such a scene?

Similarly, organizations with big ideas also must find ways to wrap their heads around projects that can affect huge numbers of staff, require decisions up and down the org chart, and cost lots of money.

So what can you do?

You can start with a storyboard.

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