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Transcript of Dystopia
In relevance to dystopia, the eye represents a wake up call. A stark realization of where we are and where we could end up as a society and as a race. I intend to make a 2 minute, conceptual short video based around dystopian themes and using macro videography. The idea to use macro was inspired by Peter Waiting whilst he gave me a tutorial on how to develop my ideas. The macro footage is a symbol of how these little details that we don't usually notice, often lead to big realizations. Dystopian Themes - Decay
The video will represent the potential for society, as we know it, to fall into a very real dystopian environment and how the human race, generally, seems to turn a blind eye. Modern Science Fiction Recent science fiction films have tended to focus more on the degradation of the physical world we live in. They depict a post-apocalyptic world where humanitys ignorace has become its downfall. Lighting In regards to lighting the objects I will shoot - Blade Runners neon cityscape.
Purple, green, yellow, blue and red
Each colour emphasizes certain moods and characteristics of the object being lit. Test Shots End of Year Show For the end of year show -
Ideally individual screen
Back lit by florescent lights used during shooting
Objects from the shoot next to screen with magnifying glasses. Realistically, if individual screens can not be attained, a large projector for all video work. Thank you for listening!