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Film Review – Task 6

1917 1917 has recently been one of the most popular films to come out at the start of this year, and with great detail on how this film was made it was nominated one of the best films to be… Continue Reading →

Genre Analysis – Blog Task 5

Comedy The genre comedy has always been a good hit ever since film first began to be made, unlike other film categories comedy has always been a consistent choice for film simply because everyone loves to laugh and feel good,… Continue Reading →

1 Minuet Film About Film – Blog Task 4

When it came to this task “Film about film” I automatically thought about filming people filming, with this I gathered 2 of my friends and asked if they wanted to go out and film as I thought it could be… Continue Reading →

Screenplay 1 Idea – Blog Task 3

Screenplays Draft Dialogue INT – ON JOB LOCATION – AFTERNOON Opening scene starts with the door smashed open, multiple over exaggerated shots of the wrecked door. – The 2 characters (main – Jennifer) (second – Georgia) spot the bad guy… Continue Reading →

Short Video – Blog Task 2

This Short video sequence shows the simplistic car journey at night, to make this as cinematic as possible I filmed this in 120 frames per second to make it as slow as possible so I can get those smooth shots,… Continue Reading →

Movie Blogs

Wolf of Wall Street The Wolf of Wall Street movie is a fun, exiting charismatic film, it is a relatively long film lasting up to 3 hours but it is well paced, as you watch the film it doesn’t feel… Continue Reading →

Glossary – Blog Task 1

Mis en scene Mis en scene is the arrangement everything which will end up on the or screen when played back such as the actors, lighting, props, costumes and more. In simple terms “Mis en scene” means the placing on… Continue Reading →

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