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A passer-by helps a guy unlock his car.
This micro-film depicts a man's journey in searching for the meaning of life. One finds it in the least expected place and time. The answer is always near us. Be inspired. A New Short film done by Apostolos Pictures. This is my first Narrative Short film. Shot in 2.5k Raw, on a Canon 5d mark 3 (Magic Lantern) Music By Marcus Loeber Special Thanks to Scott Kitayama for the Amazing Voice Over Narrative. Available in 2.5k if requested. Camera used. Canon 5d Mark 3 Technical Specs. Canon 24-70mm L 2.8f Canon 50mm L 1.2f Aspect Ratio 2.35:1 1920x818 Cinema DNG Raw formate, converted to Apple Prores 4444 HQ Color: Vision Color Sound Mix: Dolby Digital HD. Kodak 35mm film grain. Source Formate 2.5k Anamorphic Raw Property of Apostolos Pictures Mastered in 2.5k 2014 Copyright© All rights reser...
October 6-13 - #2016TFF www.tacomafilmfestival.com
PowerPoint and resources for this video are available at www.bpcenglish.wordpress.com Grade 9 (A*) Narrative Writing podcast for the creative writing on the Paper 1 section B. Can be used for any exam board. This video looks at the following: structure character dialogue SPAG mark scheme exemplar material adjectives, adverbs & verbs sentence starters figurative language sensory language dialogue tags show, don't tell
Learn how to write a 500 dual narrative story in your 40 minute exam time, with a grade 9 model answer. In this video you will learn: The Key to the Writer’s Craft 1. Ambitious vocabulary 2. Use of contrast and juxtaposition to create tension and conflict 3. Alliteration and consonance 4. Sense of smell 5. Sense of touch 6. Simile 7. Metaphor 8. Adverbs 9. 1 to 8 = Complex sentences needing at least two commas. Usually used to slow down time. 10. *** = structural device to denote the change in dual narrative What the Writer has Deliberately Left Out 1. The names of other friends – concentrating instead on two main characters 2. Likewise, references to her parents are minimal – we don’t need to meet them 3. Dialogue, which would have slowed down the action 4. An explanation at the beginn...
a short abstract/narrative film i made for a college project based on the quote 'he that will not apply new remedies must expect new evils; for time is the greatest innovator' from francis bacon.
Short narrative film shot in UC Berkeley for the class Film Making for Activists. This is film is shot purely for educational purposes. This is the first film produced by Byron Zhao and Helen Jiang. Contact me via email if you have any question: email@example.com. Directed by: Byron Zhao Written by: Shenali Pilapitiya, Dana Dargos Produced by: Byron Zhao, Helen Jiang Screen by: Byron Zhao Special effects: Bob Ma Casting (in Order of Appearance) Stella: Dana Dargos Jake: Benjamin Phang Male Classmate: Bob Ma Ryan (Jake’s Firend): Sami Hamide Crews Camera: Byron Zhao Director of Photography: Byron Zhao Production Assistants: Sami Hamide, Bob Ma Audio Design: Byron Zhao Audio Scouting: Shenali Pilapitiya Sepcial Thanks to: Caffe Strada, Berkeley, CA, USA Music from: Movie ...
Blue Panda Pictures Presents Cobwebs | A short narrative thriller. Crew: Screenplay & Direction - Athreya Produced by K Ramasubramaniam Assistant Director - Pranav Khumar Radee Director of Photography - Danush Bhaskar Editing - Iniyavan Pandiyan Sound Design and Mixing - Joseph Manoj Original Score - Gopi Krisshna Poster Design - Akilan Nagarajan Starring - Kishen Das, Asif Hameed & Rajkumar Seetharaman
Who Am I? | A Short Narrative Film: "The journey is far from over but I have begun. Some days it will be easy, other days will be hard. What's important is that I will keep moving forward, learning who I am everyday." Like, Favorite and SHARE this Video! https://youtu.be/bUgAcjTTlrI Subscribe for more: https://www.youtube.com/user/YMPFILMS1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/YMPFilms Twitter: https://twitter.com/ymp_film Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ymp.films
"Alone" is a narrative short film made about teenage depression and anorexia. It highlights the way some people may feel and how other people misdiagnose what they are going through and that it is a very serious condition. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A bit about why we made the film: Immediately after we had made our previous film, we starting brainstorming ideas for another, bigger project that we could do. It took us three weeks to settle on the idea of teenage depression and anorexia. I, nor my crew had done anything like a narrative film before, yet a full length short film. There was a huge amount of planning involved in this film (around four months worth), and it was also our first time in doing a fi...
this was my first time directing a narrative for a student project. during this process of writing it and getting a crew and cast together to shoot, i've learned sooooo much and looking forward to what i can come up with next. Thank you again to the actors who volunteered to be apart of this! -Brandy Newsome (Jane) contact: firstname.lastname@example.org -Eli T. Pena (Ramon) contact: EliTPena@live.com
A narrative as an initiation to movie creation. Slow and somewhat boring, its my first, so please share thoughts and comments.
Just for test..
The assignment for this video was to tell a short narrative with only instrumental as audio. Music Credit: "Married Life" by Michael Giacchino This video was made strictly for educational purposes. Any use of copyrighted material in this video is protected under the Fair Use Doctrine.
SHARE IT AND THUMS UP if u LIKE IT.... www.planet3film.com "who am i" is planet3 films first official short narrative film. it was recently awarded with shot fiction film in cot award 2011. .since its our first and narrative short film we are little bit scared to show to you all. we did all with 3 day shooting. this film is about a normal guy trying to find himself. This question (WHO AM I) -- asked so often -- suggests that there is actually a plausible answer. Almost as if our being were a fixed thing. Our identity should be seen as an ongoing process. Rather than a static snapshot, we should embrace a flowing sense of self, whereby we are perpetually re-framing, re-organizing, re-thinking and re-considering ourselves. How different would life be if rather than asking who am I. Writ...
Roy Peter Clark, senior scholar and vice president of the Poynter Institute, presents the opening keynote before the sold-out Narrative Arc conference. In his presentation, entitled 300 Little Words: How to Write Narrative Short—and Good, Clark discusses the important pieces of any narrative writing, including identities, movement and place. He also touches on the importance of focus, brevity and details and how they impact the writing of narrative non-fiction. Hosted by the College of Communication on March 23-25, 2012.