Transcript: Sword fish - suggest - order ? worried - mercury list - expect - kill rank - far below poorest - schmuck introduce invite - join thought - like Speaking of -introduce wonderful son never learn about Kill x torture meet ? Look - little thing...butt smooth dermatologist medical records keep you - schmuck last time - meet pick - glitter -off - skin pole dancer - not all - stripper -could not imagine !!!could imagine occasion ? son - invite - mom ? Two and a half men 807 VOCABULARY BOOSTER
Transcript: mise-en-scene we chose this film for mise en scene because it contains mist and its dark which boosts the fear factor. It;s a great film to talk about because it makes the hairs from the back of your hair rise and it's a great movie. Furthermore the tension of the scene created makes you want to see what happens. this is the first scene we picked to demonstrate Mise-En-Scene An example of mis-en-scene in this clip is this the mist on the floor makes the house feel remote and deserted, which makes the father look alone. Also the dim lighting creates an air of mystery and tension because you have no idea what's going to happen next. Another example is the candles all over the house they tell you that this house is probably in a different time period, also there not very bright and are the only visable source of light apart from the torch. I think they were put there because it illustrates how different this alternate reality is from our own and therefore increases the hopelessness of the situation. Their clothes make them seem as if there from the 1960s, they live like the american dream. They look like the ordinary rich american family. But there like two face, half of them are good the rest are deceptive.... There is blue lighting making it seem cold. This can be used to make the scene more gloomy and creepy . The backround music is there to add tension to the scene. In the section where the women blinks you suddenly here a drum beat out of no-where this takes the audience by surprise, this removes the tension which is sadly the cost of creating a shock factor. Camera Angles and the Rule of Thirds! watch closely............. Did you see the example of the rule of thirds? It looks as if its focusing on the boy but really its tracing the man, the camera is following his every move. Going further when the man is shaking the camera also shakes too which makes you feel as if your're in the room with him. In other words the director is trying to make you feel as if your in the fathers shoes. why do we use close shots and long shots? This shows very little background, and concentrates on either a face, or a specific detail of mise en scène. Everything else is just a blur in the background. This shot magnifies the object (think of how big it looks on a cinema screen) and shows the importance of things, be it words written on paper, or the expression on someone's face. The close-up takes us into the mind of a character. In reality, we only let people that we really trust get THAT close to our face - mothers, children and lovers, usually - so a close up of a face is a very intimate shot. A film-maker may use this to make us feel extra comfortable or extremely uncomfortable about a character, and usually uses a zoom lens in order to get the required framing. Close Up The close-up takes us into the mind of a character. In reality, we only let people that we really trust get THAT close to our face - mothers, children and lovers, usually - so a close up of a face is a very intimate shot. A film-maker may use this to make us feel extra comfortable or extremely uncomfortable about a character, and usually uses a zoom lens in order to get the required framing. Extreme-Close Up As its name suggests, an extreme version of the close up, generally magnifying beyond what the human eye would experience in reality. An extreme close-up of a face, for instance, would show only the mouth or eyes, with no background detail whatsoever. This is a very artificial shot, and can be used for dramatic effect. The tight focus required means that extra care must be taken when setting up and lighting the shot - the slightest camera shake or error in taking the shot can ruin everything is very noticeable. Here you will see how camera angles make people seem inferior! As you can see the camera angle has changed to a low level in order to make the people look inferior and the others stronger! Sound ADR What does it Mean? Dubbing is the post-production process of recording and replacing voices on a motion picture or television soundtrack subsequent to the original shooting. The term most commonly refers to the substitution of the voices of the actors shown on the screen by those of different performers, who may be speaking a different language. The procedure was sometimes practiced in musicals when the actor had an unsatisfactory singing voice, and remains in use to enable the screening of audio-visual material to a mass audience in countries where viewers do not speak the same language as the original performers. "Dubbing" also describes the process of an actor re-recording lines spoken during filming in order to improve audio quality or reflect dialog changes. This process is called Automated Dialogue Replacement, Additional Dialogue Recording or ADR for short. Music is also dubbed onto a film after editing is completed. In shorter words: when the actor/actress' voice is replaced by someone in a recoring studio, e.g the red demon's voice.
Transcript: Strip: Chris Brown Marissa & Jennifer Strip is about a guy going to a club trying to find a new girl to hook up with. Shift Title Revisited Lust can be found in everybody. "Ima give you all my money, money, money" Attitude Giving: Willing to give up a lot of money for the girl. Description He begins to talk about one single girl he is going to bring home. "got a hot momma......" Assonance: He is telling her to take it off so he can see much more of the girl he's bringing home. Greedy: He wants to see more of the girl than what she's showing. You got it hot mama, you're hotter than sauna I wanna peel them clothes off your body like a banana The only reason why I dress you in that designer, is to get you out that Dolce and Gabbana Rhyme Scheme: AABCDDEDCFCC "Which one ima take home" Metaphor: You're hotter than the saunna Theme: Simile: Beep, Beep like a trucker. Connotation
Transcript: How to use site? Movie interests Basic sign up with the general info you would see anywhere else you sign up for. You will have a basic profile with different categories and Big movies to narrow down your taste in what you would like to see in short films This social media is for everyone because of the wide range of different creativity it provides. easy to use By: Lauryn & Nick This site is different then others due to the length of film and how it is narrowed down to just short films. We already have many different platforms for different lengths of videos like, Vine, Instagram,Youtube and Facebook Posting videos that are not appropriate they will be flagged and removed as soon as possible. like comment share Your Films like comment share Then people can rate like and comment Then there is a popular page so when a film gets alot of likes it shows up there, then it can be view by more people. Status Update Directors Cut Directors Cut is a social media platform to make short films: People can upload all around the world and have thousands of people watch and rate their movies. You upload your films with a short description of what it is about. You will hashtag similar tags to the topic of your movie. Who: Shared a Link
Transcript: Eastman suffered a generative condition that involved a hardening of the cells in the lower spinal cord. He also suffered from really bad diabetes. On March 14, 1932, at age 77, he committed suicide. He shot himself right in the head. He left a note saying " My work here is done. Why wait ? " The first Kodak camera was invited in 1888.It was invited in Rochester , New York. George Eastman wanted to make photography enjoyable for the average man. Gorge Eastman was born on July 12, 1854 In Waterville New York.George was the youngest out of 3 he had 2 older sisters, one of them was on a wheel chair.She died when he was 16 His dad owned a small business but suddenly died when George was only 8. Goerge's mother, Mary, took in boarders to support the family. George dropped out of school when he was 14 to add to the family income. paper strip photographic film
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Transcript: George Eastman How did it benefit? What it was like before this invention Helped in the process of x-rays produced the world's first commercially practical safety film Made it easy for anyone to produce pictures, not just professionals Made it faster because they used dry plates instead of wet Easy to carry around instead of large cameras Helped with the creation of motion picture Pictures Main focus was to produce film without wet plates invented an coating machine to produce photographic dry plates 1880 he started a commercial production in new york Known as the first transparent photographic film Full name-Eastman Kodak Company of New York By: Alida Simone Van Rooyen Kodak Only professionals known how to use cameras Long process of film with wet plates Hard to take pictures at the right time Motion film wasn't created Paper-Strip Photographic Film George Eastman How does it work? Born: July 12, 1854 Death: March 14, 1932 (suicide) an inventor; Founder of Eastman Kodak made roll film popular started motion picture films majored as a philanthropist known as "The wizard of photography" Insert the film into the hand held camera Take the desired amount of pictures (or until film filled) Send it back to the company where they produce it After its produced they send it back to the customer with the photographs
Transcript: Who we are? MEDIA SALES PITCH Brayan's Video Shooting E Production Company WHO WE ARE? OUR VISION OUR VISION We will have a studio where people can locate us. We will have a youtube channel where we will be posting short clips so people get an idea of what we do. We are going to have a web site that contains our info and our prices. In the future we will be working with pro editors to create content. Our Mission Our Mission Statement Brayan's Video Shooting E Production Company Creates weeding and music videos. OUR SERVICES OUR SERVICES SERVICE 1 SERVICE 1 SERVICE 2 SERVICE 2 SERVICE 3 SERVICE 3 OUR METHOD RESEARCH RESEARCH STRATEGY STRATEGY EXECUTION EXECUTION OUR NUMBERS OUR NUMBERS OUR AUDIENCE OUR AUDIENCE 08-14 15-20 21-30 31-40 41-50 51-64 65+ 10.000 viewers male female OUR REACH OUR REACH
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