Q1-09 : THRILLER PROJECT 2008/9

Wednesday, 22 October 2008

Rough Cut

we have gone crazy
every lesson we drew closer to madness, !!!!!!pia pia has to do it!!!!!, each lesson we started to sway, yeah yeah yeah yeah yheaaadgfuwhfwaeugkhwekjsfhekjghewflja,......
and now we have lost our minds and we really want a chinese naomi is almost dying over the thought with her crazy eyes,,,,
anyway,,,
well we have finally cut and edited our realllly long film which took ten years the voiceover and music garage stupid llongting thing is kinda done like the draaaaaft.
omg
its almost half 6 now and we are still at colege , now madness has taken over his miiinddd hes going craz

loverrr you all from pariii, britneyyy and nayyy nayyy xxx
p.s need a wee wee and food




omfg marianne has n0t added the music !!!! waht !!!! ]
god help uss,, please save us from our sins!!!!






sorrry everyone video

rough cut thriller

we have just finished editing our rough cut unfortunatly the sound of the camera was not loud enough and its also unclear if it was a voiceover because it was too close to the actual audio on the camera, we added effect such as frames inside frames to create flash back effects and to help the film frames flow into eachother. also the effect of black around the screen too show it was a fashhyyback =]

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Tuesday, 14 October 2008

anamatic story board

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Wednesday, 1 October 2008

Analysis of hollywood sequence

The opening scene first gave you a sense of security, then makes it more dramatic when the little boy gets shot. It sets up the story so we can sort of tell what he will be trying to do in the rest of the film but are still intrigued to know what will happen.

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Analysis of students work

It was a well constructed opening sequence because it had a well laid out theme, it linked the mise-en-scene with the title. It was easy to understand and gave a meaning to the film without watching it all. It made us want to watch it.

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Monday, 15 September 2008

Welcome

Q1-09 : THRILLER PROJECT 2008/9