Hi, need to submit a 1250 words paper on the topic Animatics. Be it a complete burst of absolute happiness or a splat of depression, Music is the one entity, that one quintessential being that easily expresses all the feelings of a person, giving vent to silent anger/rage or complete articulate bliss. .
Using a narrative style of expression, the video takes viewers through the lives of the individuals appearing on the screen as they express how music changed their life – or how it just gave them a reason to live.
The different narrators appearing in the shots in the animatic talk about how and why Music is a big part of their lives – most of them even going so far as to say that without Music and Dance, life would not be worth living.
From the non-narrative perspective, the film was made on a very small budget and is an amalgamation of different snapshots depicting people in different positions/action sequences, run together so as to make a full-fledged film with a basic theme: Music is everything.
Starting from Ankara, the viewer is made to travel across the globe through England, Russia and finally Nepal. Each individual narrates his/her own story – and talks about how music has played a great part in effectively changing their lives.
Films, being viewed universally by audiences of vast backgrounds and different ken, cannot be confined to a particular language unlike the literary works of art that have made so many artists famous all over the world.
The works of art that are produced within the magical cinemas across the world contain messages that have to be delivered to a vast audience around the globe. Thus, they usually conspire to achieve this objective by making use of the medium of expression(s) – such as via photographs, videos, etc – which is not limited to a select audience but can be viewed by a vast number of people from different backgrounds, without the hindrance of one particular language. (Language of Film)
It is, however, important to keep in mind the exact timing of the ‘who, what, where, when and how’ elements of any story before it can be presented as a finalized version to any audience. .  .