Wednesday, 23 January 2013

The Run - 2 Minute Film Opening: Inspiration

The Run - 2 Minute Film Opening

3. Inspiration
The Edge - AS Level Media Studies Opening Sequence by Rory Campbell
This specific video gave us the inspiration of including a chase.
I like the idea of including a chase because it involves action, and looks fun to shoot and edit.
I came across this video as i was stuck for ideas on what to base my video around and was looking at other peoples AS Media 2 minute film opening videos.
Storm Freerun - Volume 1
Storm Freerun are a group of free runners from the UK. We have been inspired by them because in our opinion they are the best free running group around and perform excellently in their sport.
We came across this video as we decided that we would like to include free running in our video, as opposed to roller blades in the first video.

The Run - 2 Minute Film Opening: Roles and Responsibilities

The Run - 2 Minute Film Opening

2. Roles and Responsibilities

Jamie - I will be mainly responsible for the editing. Editing is one of my main skills in which I
can offer, I am the most familiar and experienced members of the group in the editing field.
Me and some of the actors will be choreographing the chase scene in which includes parkour. Jack and some friends and I are responsible for finding the locations we need to shoot at. for this we will be travelling, and shooting up at London.

Jack - Jack will mainly be responsible for filming, and getting the camera angles/shots. Jack will be mainly responsible for the shooting of the film as he will not be in the film.

All - We will all contribute towards ideas for camera angles/shots, how the scenes will link together, opinions on how the film should look whilst editing, the script.
This is because we are a team and cannot allow one person to make major decisions like this by themself, we may not agree on someones specific idea, but as a team we can discuss an idea untill we all agree on it.

Wednesday, 9 January 2013

The Run - 2 Minute Film Opening: How and Why

The Run - 2 Minute Film Opening

1. How and Why

We came up with a concept idea as we discussed many ideas within a group of friends. We decided that we wanted to film an action film, which included the art of free running. We then started to interpret a story for the film to run on, and decided which parts will be shown in the opening 2 minutes.

Lastly, we developed our ideas further into including specific techniques in which we needed to used in the making of the video.

Monday, 7 January 2013