Monthly Archives: October 2010

Framing Project 3 – Storyboard notes

(In progress – draft post to be updated with scanned images:) Scenes: – You look around your empty room Wide pan or fast montage of parts of the room (e.g. close ups on objects/mid shots of mess) – Nothing interests you … Continue reading

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The feel of the frame

Rachael, Bladerunner: The billowing smoke creates an ethereal mask which emphasises the character’s vulnerable beauty. It’s also reminicent of the close up of Celia Johnston surrounded by steam train smoke in Brief Encounter. But in Bladerunner the character is an … Continue reading

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Framing – Visualisation exercises

1. Talking to someone in a shop I would see.. The person from head to waist (taking in both talking and moving hands) and some of the shop around them. Most probably I would focus in on different elements such … Continue reading

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Reviews of short film evening at Bafta

This evening I’ve been to Bafta (which still sounds dead classy:-) ) to see an evening of shorts including one I worked on as a spark, Vincent. Its great to see one of the shorts I’ve worked on finally realised … Continue reading

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