NCIS SB009 Main Title Sequence

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Screenplay

EXT – SOYUZ – SPACE STATION RENDEVOUS

At this point, we return to space. The screen is initially empty with the limb of the Earth below and black space above. The title "LUNATICS" appears across the black space, along with the drum riff, and then fades as the Soyuz orbiter sweeps into view from above.

MAIN TITLES – PILOT VERSION

While the titles are displayed, we see a number of shots of the Soyuz orbiter flying through space over the Earth, of GEORGIANA staring out the observation window. And other scenes of activity in the orbiter.

TRANSIT

EVERYONE UNSTRAPPING, REMOVING HELMETS

GEORGY LOOKING OUT OF WINDOW

SERGEI COMMUNICATING, PUSHING BUTTONS,

GEORGY SLEEPING PEACEFULLY WITH STUFFED ANIMAL IN HANDS.


NCIS SB009 Main Title Sequence


Direction

At this point, we return to space. The screen is initially empty with the limb of the Earth below and black space above. The title "LUNATICS" appears across the black space, along with the drum riff, and then fades as the Soyuz orbiter sweeps into view from above.

While the titles are displayed, we see a number of shots of the Soyuz orbiter flying through space over the Earth, of GEORGIANA staring out the observation window. And other scenes of activity in the orbiter.

The title sequence for the pilot will probably not match the sequence we make for the series, though there may be some shared elements.

The basic title sequence might include some graphical work with the plan drawings of the colony and other quasi-exposition material. We might also do some posed stills of the (younger?) Rob, Hiromi, Anya, and Josh from their LIBRE days.

Storyboards

Sound

MUSIC: Probably a mix-down of "Space Zine" by "Zia"

(I have a mix that uses a bit of the intro from the original "Frontier Creature (Demo)" mixed with the track from the album "Martians", which has richer orchestration.

Alternatively, we might commission an original work from Zia or Elaine Walker (I suspect that depends on whether she has any ideas for it).

No other sound in this scene.