This post details those who are accountable for my music video. By having a table of the personnel in my music video production I can build upon this when I create future planning posts.


Risk Assessment

Risk assessments are an integral aspect of the planning process. This post ensures that the creators of film are able to predict and therefore lower the risks that certain shots and scenes may pose. Risk assessments also protect producers of media products and their talent from potential accidents.


Prop List

Opening Scene

  • White dust sheets
  • Storage boxes
  • Globe
  • Old CDs
  • Old DVDs

Birthday Scene

  • Present
  • Wrapping paper
  • Ribbon
  • Birthday cake
  • Candles
  • Sparklers
  • Table and chairs

Duvet Fort Scene

  • Blankets
  • Duvet
  • Fairy lights
  • Childhood book
  • Cushions
  • Sofa

Dog walk Scene

  • Dog collar
  • Lead
  • Dog tag (from collar)
  • Winter Coat

Finding wooden Chest Scene

  • Table
  • Storage boxes
  • Wooden treasure chest
  • Gift box
  • Necklace

Necklace gift scene

  • Sofa
  • Gift box
  • Necklace



Shooting Schedule

Shooting schedules are imperative in making sure the crew and directors understand where they will need to be and when. Although my production is of a much smaller scale than the norm, creating the shooting schedule was very helpful as it meant that I was able to be pragmatic in arranging my filming. It also meant I was able to see which days I would need different equipment for and which days I would need different props for.




Actor Releases

Actor releases are an essential aspect of any film production. Without the actor’s consent the publishing of any material featuring the actor would likely result in legal repercussions. One of the actors in my video was under the age of 16 and therefore his actor release form handed to be adapted to include parental permission.