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  • Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Media Studies Film Evaluation.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Media Studies Film Evaluation. Gabriel Toumazis & Ben Henry.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Introduction to Film “Mono-phobia”.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Introduction to Film “Mono-phobia”. Certificate:Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Introduction to Film “Mono-phobia”. Certificate:Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Introduction to Film “Mono-phobia”. Certificate: Length: 2 minutes and 7 seconds.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Introduction to Film “Mono-phobia”. Certificate: Length: 2 minutes and 7 seconds. Genre: Thriller, adventure and sci-fi.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Introduction to Film “Mono-phobia”. Certificate: Length: 2 minutes and 7 seconds. Genre: Thriller, adventure and sci-fi. Synopsis: Months after a disease kills everyone on the planet. One immune teenager lives his life alone in the search to find others.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Introduction to Film “Mono-phobia”. Certificate: Length: 2 minutes and 7 seconds. Genre: Thriller, adventure and sci-fi. Synopsis: Months after a disease kills everyone on the planet. One immune teenager lives his life alone in the search to find others. Actors: Chris Toumazis.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Introduction to Film “Mono-phobia”. Certificate: Length: 2 minutes and 7 seconds. Genre: Thriller, adventure and sci-fi. Synopsis: Months after a disease kills everyone on the planet. One immune teenager lives his life alone in the search to find others. Actors: Chris Toumazis. Inspiration:Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Introduction to Film “Mono-phobia”. Certificate: Length: 2 minutes and 7 seconds. Genre: Thriller, adventure and sci-fi. Synopsis: Months after a disease kills everyone on the planet. One immune teenager lives his life alone in the search to find others. Actors: Chris Toumazis. Inspiration: I Am Legend (2007)Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Introduction to Film “Mono-phobia”. Certificate: Length: 2 minutes and 7 seconds. Genre: Thriller, adventure and sci-fi. Synopsis: Months after a disease kills everyone on the planet. One immune teenager lives his life alone in the search to find others. Actors: Chris Toumazis. Inspiration: I Am Legend (2007)Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Introduction to Film “Mono-phobia”. Certificate: Length: 2 minutes and 7 seconds. Genre: Thriller, adventure and sci-fi. Synopsis: Months after a disease kills everyone on the planet. One immune teenager lives his life alone in the search to find others. Actors: Chris Toumazis. Inspiration: I Am Legend (2007), 28 Days Later (2002)Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Introduction to Film “Mono-phobia”. Certificate: Length: 2 minutes and 7 seconds. Genre: Thriller, adventure and sci-fi. Synopsis: Months after a disease kills everyone on the planet. One immune teenager lives his life alone in the search to find others. Actors: Chris Toumazis. Inspiration: I Am Legend (2007), 28 Days Later (2002)Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Introduction to Film “Mono-phobia”. Certificate: Length: 2 minutes and 7 seconds. Genre: Thriller, adventure and sci-fi. Synopsis: Months after a disease kills everyone on the planet. One immune teenager lives his life alone in the search to find others. Actors: Chris Toumazis. Inspiration: I Am Legend (2007), 28 Days Later (2002)and Lost (2005).Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Introduction to Film “Mono-phobia”. Certificate: Length: 2 minutes and 7 seconds. Genre: Thriller, adventure and sci-fi. Synopsis: Months after a disease kills everyone on the planet. One immune teenager lives his life alone in the search to find others. Actors: Chris Toumazis. Inspiration: I Am Legend (2007), 28 Days Later (2002)and Lost (2005).Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 1) In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products?Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 2) How does your media product represent particular social groups?Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 2) How does your media product represent particular social groups? • We believe that in most films teenagers are presented as lazy, irresponsible and dependant on elders.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 2) How does your media product represent particular social groups? • We believe that in most films teenagers are presented as lazy, irresponsible and dependant on elders. • Our films protagonist doesn’t stick to these usual stereotype. For example, our protagonist is the last man on the planet and he is coping with the situation on his own.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 2) How does your media product represent particular social groups? • We believe that in most films teenagers are presented as lazy, irresponsible and dependant on elders. • Our films protagonist doesn’t stick to these usual stereotype. For example, our protagonist is the last man on the planet and he is coping with the situation on his own. • He also isn’t lazy as he wakes up comfortably at 6:00am and also goes to the gym to keep fit.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 2) How does your media product represent particular social groups? • We believe that in most films teenagers are presented as lazy, irresponsible and dependant on elders. • Our films protagonist doesn’t stick to these usual stereotype. For example, our protagonist is the last man on the planet and he is coping with the situation on his own. • He also isn’t lazy as he wakes up comfortably at 6:00am and also goes to the gym to keep fit. • However, subject to most other post-apocalyptic films, we made the protagonist an 18 year-old male.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 2) How does your media product represent particular social groups? • We believe that in most films teenagers are presented as lazy, irresponsible and dependant on elders. • Our films protagonist doesn’t stick to these usual stereotype. For example, our protagonist is the last man on the planet and he is coping with the situation on his own. • He also isn’t lazy as he wakes up comfortably at 6:00am and also goes to the gym to keep fit. • However, subject to most other post-apocalyptic films, we made the protagonist an 18 year-old male. • This is another way that our film differs from the usual conventions from this specific genre.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 2) How does your media product represent particular social groups? • We believe that in most films teenagers are presented as lazy, irresponsible and dependant on elders. • Our films protagonist doesn’t stick to these usual stereotype. For example, our protagonist is the last man on the planet and he is coping with the situation on his own. • He also isn’t lazy as he wakes up comfortably at 6:00am and also goes to the gym to keep fit. • However, subject to most other post-apocalyptic films, we made the protagonist an 18 year-old male. • This is another way that our film differs from the usual conventions from this specific genre. • Furthermore, the protagonist is usually white or black in any film. However, in our film he is a Greek-Cypriot and is also fairly tanned.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 2) How does your media product represent particular social groups? • We believe that in most films teenagers are presented as lazy, irresponsible and dependant on elders. • Our films protagonist doesn’t stick to these usual stereotype. For example, our protagonist is the last man on the planet and he is coping with the situation on his own. • He also isn’t lazy as he wakes up comfortably at 6:00am and also goes to the gym to keep fit. • However, subject to most other post-apocalyptic films, we made the protagonist an 18 year-old male. • This is another way that our film differs from the usual conventions from this specific genre. • Furthermore, the protagonist is usually white or black in any film. However, in our film he is a Greek-Cypriot and is also fairly tanned. • When was the last time you saw a Greek Cypriot as a main character in a real media product? There are very few real products which consist of having a Greek Cypriot as a main character.You would usually see a black or white character. For example, Will Smith in I Am Legend and Cillian Murphy in 28 Days Later.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 2) How does your media product represent particular social groups? • We believe that in most films teenagers are presented as lazy, irresponsible and dependant on elders. • Our films protagonist doesn’t stick to these usual stereotype. For example, our protagonist is the last man on the planet and he is coping with the situation on his own. • He also isn’t lazy as he wakes up comfortably at 6:00am and also goes to the gym to keep fit. • However, subject to most other post-apocalyptic films, we made the protagonist an 18 year-old male. • This is another way that our film differs from the usual conventions from this specific genre. • Furthermore, the protagonist is usually white or black in any film. However, in our film he is a Greek-Cypriot and is also fairly tanned. • When was the last time you saw a Greek Cypriot as a main character in a real media product? There are very few real products which consist of having a Greek Cypriot as a main character.You would usually see a black or white character. For example, Will Smith in I Am Legend and Cillian Murphy in 28 Days Later.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 3) What kind of media institution might distribute your media product and why? • In some way Monophobia can be distributed independently, but mainstream institutes can also distribute it. • Both I Am Legend and 28 Days Later are very well distributed, as they are mainstream films. Avatar cost 500 million dollars to make, and then a further 500 dollars to distribute. This shows how important distribution can be. Seeing as they had so much money to spend, they could do this. On the other hand independent movies can’t do this and try to distribute their film without spending any money. • Monophobia will come under the category of a category A British film. Category A means that it is a film made with British money, personnel and resources.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Distributers. Warp Films is an 20th Century Fox Warner Brothers independent distributed 28 Days distributed I am distributed of our Later. Legend. interest. Box Office Box Office Budget: $8,000,000 Budget: $150,000,000 (estimated) (estimated) Opening Weekend: £1,500,079 N/A Opening Weekend: (UK) (3 November 2002) $77,211,321 (USA) (16 (318 Screens) December 2007) (3606 Gross: $82,719,885 Screens)Tuesday,(Worldwide) 8 May 12 Gross: $256,386,216 (USA) (6
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  • 4) Who would be the audience for your media product?Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 4) Who would be the audience for your media product? • We thought that because our film doesn’t feature foul language or scenes of a sexual nature, we can afford to sell our film as a 12a. Although it is a thriller, we still believe that it will be suitable for any age.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 4) Who would be the audience for your media product? • We thought that because our film doesn’t feature foul language or scenes of a sexual nature, we can afford to sell our film as a 12a. Although it is a thriller, we still believe that it will be suitable for any age.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 4) Who would be the audience for your media product? • We thought that because our film doesn’t feature foul language or scenes of a sexual nature, we can afford to sell our film as a 12a. Although it is a thriller, we still believe that it will be suitable for any age. • Due to our protagonist being a male character and because of the genre of film, that the main sex of our audience would be male. See the survey at the bottom of the page to see how we found this out.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 4) Who would be the audience for your media product? • We thought that because our film doesn’t feature foul language or scenes of a sexual nature, we can afford to sell our film as a 12a. Although it is a thriller, we still believe that it will be suitable for any age. • Due to our protagonist being a male character and because of the genre of film, that the main sex of our audience would be male. See the survey at the bottom of the page to see how we found this out.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 4) Who would be the audience for your media product? • We thought that because our film doesn’t feature foul language or scenes of a sexual nature, we can afford to sell our film as a 12a. Although it is a thriller, we still believe that it will be suitable for any age. • Due to our protagonist being a male character and because of the genre of film, that the main sex of our audience would be male. See the survey at the bottom of the page to see how we found this out. • We also believe that due to the certificate of our film, we can appeal to the main audience of movie-goers which is 16-24 year olds and families.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 4) Who would be the audience for your media product? • We thought that because our film doesn’t feature foul language or scenes of a sexual nature, we can afford to sell our film as a 12a. Although it is a thriller, we still believe that it will be suitable for any age. • Due to our protagonist being a male character and because of the genre of film, that the main sex of our audience would be male. See the survey at the bottom of the page to see how we found this out. • We also believe that due to the certificate of our film, we can appeal to the main audience of movie-goers which is 16-24 year olds and families.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 4) Who would be the audience for your media product? • We thought that because our film doesn’t feature foul language or scenes of a sexual nature, we can afford to sell our film as a 12a. Although it is a thriller, we still believe that it will be suitable for any age. • Due to our protagonist being a male character and because of the genre of film, that the main sex of our audience would be male. See the survey at the bottom of the page to see how we found this out. • We also believe that due to the certificate of our film, we can appeal to the main audience of movie-goers which is 16-24 year olds and families. • Sci-Fi can be an interest of a wide range of people, from a young age to an old age and from male to female.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 4) Who would be the audience for your media product? • We thought that because our film doesn’t feature foul language or scenes of a sexual nature, we can afford to sell our film as a 12a. Although it is a thriller, we still believe that it will be suitable for any age. • Due to our protagonist being a male character and because of the genre of film, that the main sex of our audience would be male. See the survey at the bottom of the page to see how we found this out. • We also believe that due to the certificate of our film, we can appeal to the main audience of movie-goers which is 16-24 year olds and families. • Sci-Fi can be an interest of a wide range of people, from a young age to an old age and from male to female. SurveyTuesday, 8 May 12
  • 5) How did you attract/address your audience?Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 5) How did you attract/address your audience? • Actor - We have addressed our audience by using a particular actor whom appeals to the audience of the Sci-Fi/Thriller genre. The highest age group of people going to the cinema are 16 - 24 year olds. By having a teen actor dressed very much like a teenager helped us attract our audience that we are targeting.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 5) How did you attract/address your audience? • Actor - We have addressed our audience by using a particular actor whom appeals to the audience of the Sci-Fi/Thriller genre. The highest age group of people going to the cinema are 16 - 24 year olds. By having a teen actor dressed very much like a teenager helped us attract our audience that we are targeting.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 5) How did you attract/address your audience? • Actor - We have addressed our audience by using a particular actor whom appeals to the audience of the Sci-Fi/Thriller genre. The highest age group of people going to the cinema are 16 - 24 year olds. By having a teen actor dressed very much like a teenager helped us attract our audience that we are targeting. • Location - Modern is in fashion at the moment. By having a modern location this helped us attract and address our audience. 16 - 24 year olds dont like watching old films set in old locations as much as modern films in modern location.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 5) How did you attract/address your audience? • Actor - We have addressed our audience by using a particular actor whom appeals to the audience of the Sci-Fi/Thriller genre. The highest age group of people going to the cinema are 16 - 24 year olds. By having a teen actor dressed very much like a teenager helped us attract our audience that we are targeting. • Location - Modern is in fashion at the moment. By having a modern location this helped us attract and address our audience. 16 - 24 year olds dont like watching old films set in old locations as much as modern films in modern location.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 5) How did you attract/address your audience? • Actor - We have addressed our audience by using a particular actor whom appeals to the audience of the Sci-Fi/Thriller genre. The highest age group of people going to the cinema are 16 - 24 year olds. By having a teen actor dressed very much like a teenager helped us attract our audience that we are targeting. • Location - Modern is in fashion at the moment. By having a modern location this helped us attract and address our audience. 16 - 24 year olds dont like watching old films set in old locations as much as modern films in modern location. • Props - An example of a prop which helped attract the audience is the gun. Although it my not be used in the opening sequence, just by seeing it there is an excitement for the young audience.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 5) How did you attract/address your audience? • Actor - We have addressed our audience by using a particular actor whom appeals to the audience of the Sci-Fi/Thriller genre. The highest age group of people going to the cinema are 16 - 24 year olds. By having a teen actor dressed very much like a teenager helped us attract our audience that we are targeting. • Location - Modern is in fashion at the moment. By having a modern location this helped us attract and address our audience. 16 - 24 year olds dont like watching old films set in old locations as much as modern films in modern location. • Props - An example of a prop which helped attract the audience is the gun. Although it my not be used in the opening sequence, just by seeing it there is an excitement for the young audience.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 6) What have you learnt about technologies from the process of constructing this product?Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 6) What have you learnt about technologies from the process of constructing this product? • ResearchTuesday, 8 May 12
  • 6) What have you learnt about technologies from the process of constructing this product? • Research • Open Source Software and Transferrable Skills.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 6) What have you learnt about technologies from the process of constructing this product? • Research • Open Source Software and Transferrable Skills. • Pre-ProductionTuesday, 8 May 12
  • 6) What have you learnt about technologies from the process of constructing this product? • Research • Open Source Software and Transferrable Skills. • Pre-Production • ProductionTuesday, 8 May 12
  • 6) What have you learnt about technologies from the process of constructing this product? • Research • Open Source Software and Transferrable Skills. • Pre-Production • Production • Post Production.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 7) Looking back at your preliminary task, what do you feel you have learnt in the progression from it to the full product? • Mis-en-scene. • Camera. • Editing. • Sound.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 7) Looking back at your preliminary task, what do you feel you have learnt in the progression from it to the full product? • Mis-en-scene. • Camera. • Editing. • Sound. The EndTuesday, 8 May 12
  • • Use. There are many parts of our film that use the forms and conventions of real media products. For example, the scene in Lost that inspired us and also I Am Legend in whole as a movie. • As in both Lost’ and ‘I Am Legend we are introduced to a character whom seems to be alone. However, it seems normal for them to be alone in both. Comparing this to Monophobia is very similar, because we have introduced our character in this exact way. • This can bring enigma into our film, making the audience ask questions which is done in real media products. e.g. We establish enigma in our film when the gun is purr into the bag with no clues to the audience, however enigma carries on throughout the whole of our opening sequence. • Our opening titles are very simple and bold which is very typical for films in a similar genre as our film. Use • Comparing to other films, we didnt break the 30 degree rule, nor the 180 degree rule. We also used match on action in our opening sequence. All of this camera work uses forms and conventions of real media products. This is the moment when Peter puts the gun in the bag. This will cause enigma for the audience.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • • Use. There are many parts of our film that use the forms and conventions of real media products. For example, the scene in Lost that inspired us and also I Am Legend in whole as a movie. • As in both Lost’ and ‘I Am Legend we are introduced to a character whom seems to be alone. However, it seems normal for them to be alone in both. Comparing this to Monophobia is very similar, because we have introduced our character in this exact way. • This can bring enigma into our film, making the audience ask questions which is done in real media products. e.g. We establish enigma in our film when the gun is purr into the bag with no clues to the audience, however enigma carries on throughout the whole of our opening sequence. • Our opening titles are very simple and bold which is very typical for films in a similar genre as our film. Use • Comparing to other films, we didnt break the 30 degree rule, nor the 180 degree rule. We also used match on action in our opening sequence. All of this camera work uses forms and conventions of real media products. This is the moment when Peter puts the gun in the bag. This will cause enigma for the audience. Go back to question.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • • Use. There are many parts of our film that use the forms and conventions of real media products. For example, the scene in Lost that inspired us and also I Am Legend in whole as a movie. • As in both Lost’ and ‘I Am Legend we are introduced to a character whom seems to be alone. However, it seems normal for them to be alone in both. Comparing this to Monophobia is very similar, because we have introduced our character in this exact way. • This can bring enigma into our film, making the audience ask questions which is done in real media products. e.g. We establish enigma in our film when the gun is purr into the bag with no clues to the audience, however enigma carries on throughout the whole of our opening sequence. • Our opening titles are very simple and bold which is very typical for films in a similar genre as our film. Use • Comparing to other films, we didnt break the 30 degree rule, nor the 180 degree rule. We also used match on action in our opening sequence. All of this camera work uses forms and conventions of real media products. This is the moment when Peter puts the gun in the bag. This will cause enigma for the audience. Go back to question.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Develop. • An idea of ours was to have a morning routine which seems to come across as a regular routine to the audience, this always compares to real media products. • Mise-en-scene gives an idea to the audience of where we are, what is happening and what situation we are in. For example, in our film we have our character in combat trousers and boots, refer to I am Legend.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • • Challenge. Not much of our opening sequence challenges real media products. However, in some ways it does. This is how:• Another way Monophobia challenges the forms and conventions of of real media products is that we are using a young teenager as the leading role, as a lonely character who lives with no on around him. Usually young teenagers are scared of being alone. On the the other hand, our character is very brave and goes searching for people around the world. We are challenging the conventions with mise-en-scene because we used a modern home, it doesn’t look like a post-apocalyptic film.• Not many teenage boys live in a lovely, large modern home. Our character lives alone in a modern home and makes him seem even more isolated from anything in the world. It is also unusual for a teenage boy to have own a gun, by our character having his gun, enigma is made.• Although the music is very similar in the opening sequence of Lost, the music we used for our montage is very different to the situation our character is in. This makes everything seem a lot calmer than things actually areTuesday, 8 May 12
  • • Challenge. Not much of our opening sequence challenges real media products. However, in some ways it does. This is how:• Another way Monophobia challenges the forms and conventions of of real media products is that we are using a young teenager as the leading role, as a lonely character who lives with no on around him. Usually young teenagers are scared of being alone. On the the other hand, our character is very brave and goes searching for people around the world. We are challenging the conventions with mise-en-scene because we used a modern home, it doesn’t look like a post-apocalyptic film.• Not many teenage boys live in a lovely, large modern home. Our character lives alone in a modern home and makes him seem even more isolated from anything in the world. It is also unusual for a teenage boy to have own a gun, by our character having his gun, enigma is made.• Although the music is very similar in the opening sequence of Lost, the music we used for our montage is very different to the situation our character is in. This makes everything seem a lot calmer than things actually are Go back to question.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • • Challenge. Not much of our opening sequence challenges real media products. However, in some ways it does. This is how:• Another way Monophobia challenges the forms and conventions of of real media products is that we are using a young teenager as the leading role, as a lonely character who lives with no on around him. Usually young teenagers are scared of being alone. On the the other hand, our character is very brave and goes searching for people around the world. We are challenging the conventions with mise-en-scene because we used a modern home, it doesn’t look like a post-apocalyptic film.• Not many teenage boys live in a lovely, large modern home. Our character lives alone in a modern home and makes him seem even more isolated from anything in the world. It is also unusual for a teenage boy to have own a gun, by our character having his gun, enigma is made.• Although the music is very similar in the opening sequence of Lost, the music we used for our montage is very different to the situation our character is in. This makes everything seem a lot calmer than things actually are Go back to question.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • • Mis-en-Scene When filming the preliminary task we wanted to get it done very quickly so that we could then focus on our main task and main part of the coursework. • This meant we didn’t arrange any outfits, hair and make up or costume for characters and we rushed it meaning the mise-en-scene wasn’t as important. • However for our main task we thought deeply into specific outfits for the character, we also considered the location and setting, props to show how the character was living alone and had been for sometime. For example, we used lots of old newspapers piled up to show how he was reading papers over and over again to keep him company, as he is alone. • We also bought many bottles of water to show his preparation as well as maps and photos to reinforce our narrative theme. • We also bought many bottles of water to show his preparation as well as maps and photos to reinforce our narrative theme. Go back to questionTuesday, 8 May 12
  • Camera. • The camera we used for our preliminary task was a photo camera, which was able to be used to video. • This meant the quality wasn’t very good. From this we learnt that for our main task we needed a better camera. For our main task we used a DSLR camera which had 1080p video recording. • We also explored various shot sizes more in our final task. For example, we have a lot more close ups in our final task. Close ups are very good at establishing a character and helps the audience identify with that character. Go back to questionTuesday, 8 May 12
  • Editing.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Editing. • When we filmed out preliminary task we used iMovie to edit it. From using iMovie we then used Final Cut Pro to edit out main film.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Editing. • When we filmed out preliminary task we used iMovie to edit it. From using iMovie we then used Final Cut Pro to edit out main film.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Editing. • When we filmed out preliminary task we used iMovie to edit it. From using iMovie we then used Final Cut Pro to edit out main film.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Editing. • When we filmed out preliminary task we used iMovie to edit it. From using iMovie we then used Final Cut Pro to edit out main film. • This shows that we have progressed from a more amateur editing software to a more advanced, professional and better software. We had more options with Final Cut Pro and found iMovie limiting.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Editing. • When we filmed out preliminary task we used iMovie to edit it. From using iMovie we then used Final Cut Pro to edit out main film. • This shows that we have progressed from a more amateur editing software to a more advanced, professional and better software. We had more options with Final Cut Pro and found iMovie limiting. http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=-B9ecyTyCA4Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Editing. • When we filmed out preliminary task we used iMovie to edit it. From using iMovie we then used Final Cut Pro to edit out main film. • This shows that we have progressed from a more amateur editing software to a more advanced, professional and better software. We had more options with Final Cut Pro and found iMovie limiting. http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=-B9ecyTyCA4Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Editing. • When we filmed out preliminary task we used iMovie to edit it. From using iMovie we then used Final Cut Pro to edit out main film. • This shows that we have progressed from a more amateur editing software to a more advanced, professional and better software. We had more options with Final Cut Pro and found iMovie limiting. http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=-B9ecyTyCA4 Link to a Final Cut Pro Tutorial online.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Editing. • When we filmed out preliminary task we used iMovie to edit it. From using iMovie we then used Final Cut Pro to edit out main film. • This shows that we have progressed from a more amateur editing software to a more advanced, professional and better software. We had more options with Final Cut Pro and found iMovie limiting. http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=-B9ecyTyCA4 Link to a Final Cut Pro Tutorial online. Go to next questionTuesday, 8 May 12
  • Editing. • When we filmed out preliminary task we used iMovie to edit it. From using iMovie we then used Final Cut Pro to edit out main film. • This shows that we have progressed from a more amateur editing software to a more advanced, professional and better software. We had more options with Final Cut Pro and found iMovie limiting. http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=-B9ecyTyCA4 Link to a Final Cut Pro Tutorial online. Go to next questionTuesday, 8 May 12
  • Screen-shot of Final Cut ProTuesday, 8 May 12
  • • Sound. With the main task, Sound Track Pro was used for sound effects and the placing of our soundtrack. We also used a song for our montage, which started diegetic and then turned into being non-diegetic. • In our preliminary task there was lots of unwanted ambient sound, we are improving our main task by learning to be specific with our sound effects and sound track. We exaggerated some sound effects, for example, the sounds of brushing teeth, the alarm clock and the porridge coming out of the box. • We did this by editing the EQ settings and adding reverb in Soundtrack Pro. Where as, in the preliminary task we didn’t use any of this, although we had dialogue it wasn’t so clear and our sound was more considered in our main task. Click here to hear the song we used. Go back to questionTuesday, 8 May 12
  • • Sound. With the main task, Sound Track Pro was used for sound effects and the placing of our soundtrack. We also used a song for our montage, which started diegetic and then turned into being non-diegetic. • In our preliminary task there was lots of unwanted ambient sound, we are improving our main task by learning to be specific with our sound effects and sound track. We exaggerated some sound effects, for example, the sounds of brushing teeth, the alarm clock and the porridge coming out of the box. • We did this by editing the EQ settings and adding reverb in Soundtrack Pro. Where as, in the preliminary task we didn’t use any of this, although we had dialogue it wasn’t so clear and our sound was more considered in our main task. Click here to hear the song we used. Go back to questionTuesday, 8 May 12
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  • The End. Thank you for watching. By Ben Henry and Gabriel Toumazis.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Screen-Shot of Sound Track ProGo back to questionTuesday, 8 May 12
  • Screen-Shot of Sound Track ProGo back to question.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Screen-Shot of Sound Track Pro Go back to questionTuesday, 8 May 12
  • “Would you go to see a Sci-Fi?” Gender: Yes: Maybe: No: Male √ Male √ Male √ Male √ Male √ Male √ Male √ Female √ Female √ Female √ Female √ Next QuestionTuesday, 8 May 12
  • Our Preliminary Task. Go back to questionTuesday, 8 May 12
  • Our Preliminary Task. Go back to questionTuesday, 8 May 12
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  • 28 Days Later.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 28 Days Later. Played by Cillian Murphy.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 28 Days Later. Played by Cillian Murphy.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 28 Days Later. I Am Legend. Played by Cillian Murphy.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 28 Days Later. I Am Legend. Played by Cillian Murphy. Played by Will Smith.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 28 Days Later. I Am Legend. Played by Cillian Murphy. Played by Will Smith.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 28 Days Later. I Am Legend. Played by Cillian Murphy. Played by Will Smith. MonophobiaTuesday, 8 May 12
  • 28 Days Later. I Am Legend. Played by Cillian Murphy. Played by Will Smith. Monophobia Played by Chris ToumazisTuesday, 8 May 12
  • 28 Days Later. I Am Legend. Played by Cillian Murphy. Played by Will Smith. Monophobia Played by Chris ToumazisTuesday, 8 May 12
  • 28 Days Later. I Am Legend. Played by Cillian Murphy. Played by Will Smith. Monophobia Played by Chris Toumazis Go to next question.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • 28 Days Later. I Am Legend. Played by Cillian Murphy. Played by Will Smith. Monophobia Played by Chris Toumazis Go to next question.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Research • I am Legend. Directed By Francis Lawrence in 2007.  Genre; Drama | Sci- Fi | Thriller. http://www.imdb.com/title/ tt0480249/ • 28 Days Later. Directed by Danny Boyle in 2002. Genre; Horror | Sci-Fi | Thriller. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0289043/Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Research: Lost Season 2 Opening. Go back to question.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Research: Lost Season 2 Opening. Go back to question.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Open Source Software and transferrable skills. • We found it extremely easy to download open source software of the internet. For example, we downloaded Celtx off the internet for free. • We transferred our skills from more amateur softwares to advanced softwares that were new to us. We adapted very well to the different softwares that we hadn’t yet used before. For example, we went from using iMovie to using Final Here is a Cut Pro for our main task. It didn’t take long to tutorial for transfer our skills and to get used to the new Celtx software. http://www.youtube.com/watch? Go back to question. v=Nmw2UM0zm8wTuesday, 8 May 12
  • Pre-Production • For Pre-Production we used many different softwares to organise our script, equipment, • We used Celtx to write our script, schedule the days that props and schedule. we were going to film on and the props that we needed to get and the props that we already had. See here.• We used SlideShare to upload our animatic to our blog. • We used Adobe ImageReady to turn our Story Board into a digital animatic. See here. Go back to question.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Production Go back to question.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Production • To shoot our film we used the Canon 600d. This is a 1080p full HD camera. Go back to question.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Production • To shoot our film we used the Canon 600d. This is a 1080p full HD camera. Go back to question.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Production • To shoot our film we used the Canon 600d. This is a 1080p full HD camera. • We also used a Manfrotto tri-pod which insured the most stable pans and tilts. Go back to question.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Production • To shoot our film we used the Canon 600d. This is a 1080p full HD camera. • We also used a Manfrotto tri-pod which insured the most stable pans and tilts. Go back to question.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Screen-Shot of ImageReady Go back to question.Tuesday, 8 May 12
  • Screen-Shots of CeltxTuesday, 8 May 12
  • Screen-Shots of CeltxTuesday, 8 May 12
  • Screen-Shots of Celtx Go back to question.Tuesday, 8 May 12