- Camera shots and movement
- Media institutions
- Evaluative questions: 7, Looking back at your preliminary task (the continuity editing task), what do you feel you have learnt in the progression from it – to full product?
- Evaluative questions: 6, What have you learnt about technologies from the process of constructing this product?
- Evaluative questions: 5, How did you attract/address your audience?
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Monthly Archives: October 2010
We needed to produce a logo idea which clearly showed our Production title and gave an indication of the type of genre our film would fall under. This was our first idea. It was simplistic and clearly showed our name. “Hel” … Continue reading
A Treatment By Andrew McElmervin Productions It is present day, and in the depths of London’s vast and repugnant industrial wasteland a boy – Honey Dobson – awakens. The backdrop of dirtied, long deserted dockland buildings seems almost interminable; … Continue reading
We have been tasked to present a 2 minute piece of footage of the opening of a film. Although the piece must work as a stand-alone clip it must also be coherent with the rest of the film. The entire … Continue reading
Anchoring is the attempt by whoever is making signs to connote ideas or themes. It is generally successful in its subtle conveyance, but not always. This is because the meaning of signs are forever changing and are interpretable by each individual. Anchoring is … Continue reading