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    • Overall we didn't have the correct location as we filmed it around the school and we were using a handheld cam recorder which meant the sequence produced is slightly unsteady and inaccurate. We tried to make it as precise as possible to our storyboard but it was difficult as we did not have the right set including the right props e.g. we used a phone instead of a gun and had to improvise with the drink and luggage. Sarah filmed whilst Dayo directed where I should stand and was in charge of the story board and he also helped with little things such as turning the lights on/off and assisting it the sounds.
    • • I really liked the moment in our prelim were it was dark and the light moved across my face which represented a car. We used my flashlight app from my phone whilst Dayo moved it across and Sarah filmed. I think it looked really good and gave us some inspiration for our real sequence. • I think we did well working as a team, we listened to each other and helped each other when needed.
    • • One thing that didn’t work so well was our transitions as we realised we need to improve on them as they were very uneven and didn’t look great. • We also need to make it slower as it’s very quick – obviously in the real thing we will have as ready set and it will be loner as we have to open doors and use the props more .
    • • One thing I learned was that when we shoot the bathroom scene we need to find ways of filming it so that we won’t be reflected in the mirror. • Another is that as a group we have realised that we think we will need to hire a professional actor as we see that the job requires someone that will be able to build tension and act well and be able to give a powerful performance.