I learned more about what it takes to be a director and on average what they can make in a year. I learned how easy it was to get an interview. But struggled with the time to edit it.
Based on the struggle to manage the time to do class work and edit, what's your plan to reduce that stress and be able to make future deadlines?
i think your doing a hell of a job your on top of your game and doing this for 2nd year now really like working with you your funny and a good actor chase your dream you love the spotlight and i can tell your funny person and keep working and working
@ Semaj ,i think you mean second semester
Use technology to create a variety of audio, visual, written, and electronic products and
presentations by doing RCTV like getting footage of important events later editing them to present to the whole school. Not slack off plan my agenda for the week.
RCTV I guess was a success we got good footage. I feel like we need subtitles and I will do my part get include that. I'm looking forward to making this anti-suicide bit.
Art can be expressed through editing by green screen, music, and freeze frame. This week of RCTV went smoothly.
Metropolis really defied my expectations for an old film really original and beats most films today. Montage help made some dramatic like when freder's son had a meltdown. My screen play gets better but I'd like to improve my camera angles.
what kind of camera angles are you thinking about using? how do you think this will affect the outcome of your projects.
I enjoyed the guest speaker's visit. It inspired me to pursue my dreams to become........an ACTOR. I've considered The Academy of Art to be a school to go to. San Francisco seems nice to live in for awhile,but of course financially that doesn't sound possible.
I didn't work with three-point lighting but I saw the magic happen. Last semester I worked with the green screens and that was cool. i see how set designs, costumes, and props contribute to a film.
As you study the history of cinema, discuss how you are finding connections to the types of filming, stories, and characters of films today.
- A: Films today have definitely evolved from back then. Ya know with the plots and what not. There are some films that try to capture that old noir look Ex: Sin City.
Also, as you become more adept at shooting film and editing, describe how your point of view may be changing when it comes to watch media. When I watch a movie or an interview. I think about how the set design looks like or how the lighting is.
how do you think the school reacts to your parts on rctv. in 3-4 sentences explain what you think they think
I like riding my bike everywhere and looking like ozzie osborn with a man bun, remember IF ITS NOT FIXED ITS BROKEN
I am glad that Prince died.
I like riding my fixie to school and kicking babys after school.
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. What do you remember from the film itself (text, lighting, sound, set-up) that you believe made it truly effective? 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?
Die hard is a suspenseful movie. The survival in it makes it suspenseful. One guy vs all the terrorists in the building. Just the pace the film has. If I was a filmmaker lighting, camera angles and reality would be key to my suspenseful movie.
"I believe... THAT EVERYONE I KNOW IS A GONER!"
Spongebob- Te Spongebob Squarepants Movie
I think RCTV is a now a success mainly because of the preproduction.
I'd like to congratulate you on my award of completion. good job son ... best actor award for anchoring.
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