1) What are your two biggest psychological barriers when it comes to making films? my two would be probably getting the shot perfect so it looks good on film and its easier to edit because there was a few times i had messed up the shot and it was hard to edit
2) Then finish off the entry by recalling the biggest success or an ah-ha moment that you've had this term. my biggest success had to be when we did the multi shot because my mind had all these great ideas but we couldnt really do my ideas because of the place we were at
Describe your experience shooting this project in the film studio with the added lighting elements.it was a great process i had a lot of fun shooting the film the studio was fairly warm but i could stand that How do you feel the studio time affected your final product quality?it didnt really affect ours we had enough studio time to shoot all of it. Additionally, how did you approach the montage portion of your film. Describe what you chose to cut together and what effect you hope for it to have on your audience as a part of your "Flash Forward" film. the affect would be great they are going to love my film.
Hitchcock is know as the Master of Suspense. Recall in detail a time when you felt a film had you most on edge--- either scared, excited, distressed, or passionate.when the purge came out and it was very weird like what was their next move for trying to survive What do you remember from the film itself (text, lighting, sound, set-up) that you believe made it truly effective?the true effect would of been the lighting it was very dark and hard to see. As a film maker yourself, what emotions do you think you'd be best at effecting in your audience and how do you imagine you would go about doing it?
Reflections from the Film 1 students of Fall 2018