How do filmmakers develop and convey stories within the mise-en-scène? - - 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 favorite shot is two shots my least favorite is tilt because i don't like how it looks.i learned that it is not easy how it seems.
The TV pilot was about someone being payed to stop two criminal who has stole money.I was the criminal of The TV pilot and it was pretty fun acting as the criminal.I feel the shot that brought up the show to life most was when someone was holding the camera while holding it so it can seem they're actually running.
some of the best psychological barriers when it comes to making films is trying to edit on time and filming.The ups were that at the end when you finish your film it looks good and feel accomplished the downs were having to turn in the film on time and having to finish filming in 2 days or more i plan to continue filming and learning how to edit better.
Soon, you'll be pitching an idea for a feature film in this class. What genre do you think you'll focus your creativity on?The genre ill focus on on my creativity is on dance Why are you drawn to this genre? im drawn to dance because its art nd beautiful to look and make.What do you find most interesting about this genre?The type of moves they make. What would you hope others would get from your work if you were to create films in this genre?
Describe your most recent shoot recording a music video. Which song did you choose and what type of concept or mixture of concepts did you capture. Describe what you the final product looks like and how you'd define it in regard to "documentary," "low concept," &/or "high concept." What are you most proud of with this project?
The song that me and my group used for our music videos was "Fire Burning" by Sean Kingston what we captured was us dancing and lip syncing our video was high concept and im proud of that we finished the video and we all enjoyed making the video.