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Creativity spider diagram

  1. 1. 6858000-342900Technology impact – Photoshop/Phantom HD slow mo camera/Final Cut Pro – improved our film and ancillary tasks, making them more professional and of higher quality. 0Technology impact – Photoshop/Phantom HD slow mo camera/Final Cut Pro – improved our film and ancillary tasks, making them more professional and of higher quality. 3314700-342900Sound bridge – in the scene flipping between the car and the little boy, the music changed volume to show that it was diegetic sound coming from the car stereo.0Sound bridge – in the scene flipping between the car and the little boy, the music changed volume to show that it was diegetic sound coming from the car stereo.-342900-342900Narrative structure – a parallel narrative structure was more challenging than a linear narrative as it required more attention to continuity and editing.0Narrative structure – a parallel narrative structure was more challenging than a linear narrative as it required more attention to continuity and editing.35433001943100CreativityCreativity<br />-342900106680Poster – to reflect the parallel narrative, we flipped the 2nd photo upside down to mirror the other one. This was inspired by our research on the film poster for ‘Sliding Doors’.0Poster – to reflect the parallel narrative, we flipped the 2nd photo upside down to mirror the other one. This was inspired by our research on the film poster for ‘Sliding Doors’.<br />463613541910Shots – dolly shot around the table was the most challenging as we had to keep the shot very steady and not to include any of the cast in the shot as they moved out of position – continuity.0Shots – dolly shot around the table was the most challenging as we had to keep the shot very steady and not to include any of the cast in the shot as they moved out of position – continuity.<br />3429000248285Influences – having no dialogue, which was inspired by ‘The Black Hole’, was challenging because it meant we had to rely completely on the representations of the characters and places by their clothes and their actions.0Influences – having no dialogue, which was inspired by ‘The Black Hole’, was challenging because it meant we had to rely completely on the representations of the characters and places by their clothes and their actions.6972300362585‘Think!’ adverts – we used real conventions to inspire our film. The ‘Think!’ adverts have a strong and dramatic message to shock the audience, we wanted to create this shock and at the same time a sense of sympathy. 0‘Think!’ adverts – we used real conventions to inspire our film. The ‘Think!’ adverts have a strong and dramatic message to shock the audience, we wanted to create this shock and at the same time a sense of sympathy. -228600248285Genre – drama/documentary. This genre can apply to all types of people; teenager, adults, children, male, female, etc. This is reflected by the characters in the film.0Genre – drama/documentary. This genre can apply to all types of people; teenager, adults, children, male, female, etc. This is reflected by the characters in the film.<br />

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