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?
So we worked as a group by thinking about ideas about what we should and what we should do. And we had to find out how to pause the video every time we said a line.
Consider the shots and camera the movements we've defined, shot, and edited. Which is your favorite from those you captured for your commercial and why? Also, which is your least favorite shot/camera move and why? What has learning about all these shots/moves taught you about cinematography.
What are some of your biggest psychological barriers when it comes to making films? Share your ups and downs of filmmaking on your blog, and how you plan to continue to grow in the second half of the class.
Well to me I think that filming not all just fun and games, it's hard work, a lot of hard work so in order to make a movie you need a lot of background and editing.
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? Why are you drawn to this genre? What do you find most interesting about this genre? What would you hope others would get from your work if you were to create films in this genre?
So for my genre I would have it to be fiction because everybody likes fiction so I want it to be the best fiction film everyone has ever seen and I find genre very interesting because some people prefer horror or action or drama or comedy so I was thinking of doing action and horror so that it would get everybody's attention