T-14 FILM EXTRACT: Evaluation by Louis Clark
T-14 FILM EXTRACT: Evaluation by Louis Clark. Wednesday, 4 March 2009. Evaluation by Louis Clark. Posted by AS Film Studies Students @ 15:01. All FILM EXTRACT Blogs.
U-19 FILM EXTRACT: March 2009
U-19 FILM EXTRACT: March 2009. Monday, 2 March 2009. Final Evaluation (Lloyd Manning - Editor). In this essay I will be looking at the evaluation of my film extract that I have made in my group called 'Final Dreams' we looked at the fantasy genre and found that we gained inspiration from films like â Alice in Wonderlandâ and a darker film like â Donnie Darkoâ . I will look at the elements that help to provoke a response from the audience using the micro-elements. My role in this project was. Al order of ...
S-07 FILM EXTRACT: March 2009
S-07 FILM EXTRACT: March 2009. Monday, 2 March 2009. Posted by AS Film Studies Students @ 16:15. Some of the editing skills that were used within the film "The Panic Room" included such elemnts as quick cut shots. This will make the sequence feel more rushed in key scenes such a chase scenes. It will make the audiences hearts race with adrenaline and excitement and really grip them into watching the film. I created a narrative structure in the film by arranging all the scenes into the correct order so th...
U-20 FILM EXTRACT: February 2009
U-20 FILM EXTRACT: February 2009. Tuesday, 24 February 2009. Diagetic sound is effective, roughness of sound goes with grainyness of video. Sound was too quiet sometimes. No soundtrack builds up tension. Too dark that you couldnt see much. Liked first person perspective. Shots too long and choppy. Not enough close up shots. Good point of view shots.but too long. Posted by AS Film Studies Students @ 06:26. Tuesday, 17 February 2009. Posted by AS Film Studies Students @ 05:48. Tuesday, 10 February 2009.
R-04 FILM EXTRACT: November 2008
R-04 FILM EXTRACT: November 2008. Thursday, 27 November 2008. Posted by AS Film Studies Students @ 02:59. Feedback on our film extract. Editing Our Footage (:. Problems we faced with our sound effects. Problems we faced during filming. All FILM EXTRACT Blogs.
S-11 FILM EXTRACT: Rob Cooper, Evaluation, Art Director
S-11 FILM EXTRACT: Rob Cooper, Evaluation, Art Director. Friday, 27 February 2009. Rob Cooper, Evaluation, Art Director. As seen in films such as â Saving Private Ryanâ and '. I feel that this genre gave me more ideas to incorporate into a production than any other genre would have done; this is because war films have a very unique look and to replicate this took quite a lot of effort. This is a screenshot from the film,. Saving Private Ryan', 1998 (. Enemy At The Gates', 2001 (Jean-Jacques Annaud).
S-09 FILM EXTRACT: January 2009
S-09 FILM EXTRACT: January 2009. Thursday, 22 January 2009. Another video, this time researching a real-life example of band interveiws. Posted by AS Film Studies Students @ 04:01. Friday, 16 January 2009. First blog post - influences. We have been influenced with the film This is Spinal Tap. This style of interview is going to be used heavily in our film extract. Posted by AS Film Studies Students @ 05:49. Alice - Aims and Rationale. Chris Ramsden, Editor. Film Extract Evaluation - Z.
S-10 FILM EXTRACT: January 2009
S-10 FILM EXTRACT: January 2009. Friday, 30 January 2009. Rough cut without sound. Here is our rough cut without the final soundtrack and voice over. Posted by AS Film Studies Students @ 06:12. In this clip from Alan Clarke's 'Made in Britain', There are some aspect that I really like and could be used. Posted by AS Film Studies Students @ 05:28. Saturday, 24 January 2009. This sort of set and location design could be good for our film, giving a dull and mercy feel. Thursday, 22 January 2009. Like the gr...
U-20 FILM EXTRACT: Camerawork
U-20 FILM EXTRACT: Camerawork. Wednesday, 21 January 2009. Posted by AS Film Studies Students @ 14:30. Arranging an appropriate film day/date/time. This is a clip of the film Wolf Creek. The came. ALISS AND ANNABELLA. ( SUPERBAD ). Basic Synopsis of Our film. All FILM EXTRACT Blogs.
U-20 FILM EXTRACT: Problems on set.
U-20 FILM EXTRACT: Problems on set. Tuesday, 17 February 2009. When it came to the arranged day of shooting our film one of our cast members couldn't join us, this meant we had to change some of the roles. The cinematographer had to play a part in the film and we had to find someone else to do the filming for the first couple of shots. This didn't cause too much of a problem, but it did mean filming took longer than it should have. Posted by AS Film Studies Students @ 05:36. Basic Synopsis of Our film.