Describe the process of creating your one-shot and multi-shot films... How did you work as a group to develop what shots should be taken? How are you approaching the editing process? What have been some successes and hurdles in these first projects? How do you feel your views on film have changed now that you've had a taste of the work involved?
My process between the one shot and multi shot stories was interesting. i wasn't sure how i would work well with this group but in the end we got along fine. each person has their own role to play, Adam, Robert and I are actors where Zoe is our Film guy, she takes all the shots and tells us where to go. We often have bloopers which can be struggling but it turns out to be alright.
my favorite camera shot would be the zoom in i think it gets the details of expressions well. although I've never filmed myself i can't really have the same input as someone who has, my least favorite angle would be a Low angle shot, i find those awkward and different
I designed what i thought Adam had planned. he had this joke story so i carried through with it.The shot that was most important to me was the slow motion shots. it felt best for me
Two of the biggest Psychological Barriers for me, one of them is team work. often it's hard to put my input into our films since all we do is make joke videos, and not really everyone wants to do meaningful things like i want. so i have to compromise by adding in dialogue i want into a comedic video that my group would like.
the other barrier would be trying to act properly when my group constantly jokes. i try to keep myself in character and let myself joke around when bloopers come by.
The Biggest success would be our commercial. i feel like i had the biggest aha moment when i was able to expand my role and go a bit towards acting.
a film that kept me most on edge was probably guardian of the galaxy two,
i was scared about when Yondu dies, cause i knew it happened but i didn't know when so it was stressful
Jordan you are the most up going and fun actor in the world also a good friend of my and helpful at times that anyone needs the help.
I gave the best film award to Jordan because he always makes the plot lines we come up with even more interesting with his editing.
best actor because made the filming fun
I think the film festival went really well, a lot of people seemed to enjoy the genre crossover i posted. which revolved around sophomore humor. i think Tyler was the funniest bit in it. but i really liked everyone else's videos as well. wish i could have shown my music video
Reflections from the Film 1 students of Fall 2018