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Category Archives: Integrated Media 1
Just like Barthes’ concept of ‘text’, a K-film is “a serial movement of disconnections, overlappings, variations” (p. 158). Upon choosing the statement Just like Barthes’ concept of ‘text’, a K-film is “a serial movement of disconnections, overlappings, variations” I immediately thought of the idea of using music in some form. The idea of music being [...]
This K-Film was created by Damian Filippone. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org Special thanks to Cheyne Moreira for helping with the creation of the film.
FINALLY I actually feel like doing a blog post. I have to admit over the last few weeks I have felt a bit disenchanted about the whole blogging process as I have felt to preoccupied and overwhelmed with assessment tasks (in particular the short film for TV-1). As a result of this my blog has [...]
Preparing to make a short film or: How I Have Neglected to Make Any Posts About Integrated Media 1 in a very long time
Yes it has been a very long time since I’ve made a post about Integrated but I have been so wrapped up with the everything short film related blog posts have been the last thing on my mind. So here’s where I’m at with Integrated media at the moment. Unfortunately I was absent on the [...]
CLICK HERE for my Korsakow project. Essay on Korsakow ‘Sketch Film’: After watching all my group members’ videos one thing I noticed was that in all our videos a lot of the same colours were used, largely due to our videos consisting of similar things being filmed. I did not however want to use this [...]
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A while ago I wrote a post about how I completed the first constrained video task incorrectly. I recently realised without all five videos the first assessment task would be unable to be finished. So here is my Week 1 Constrained Video Task
After Adrian viewed my video task he had some interesting ideas as to what motifs I should of pursued for the task. A shot that stood out for him was the ‘Mind The Gap’ shot. From this he explained how I should of used this motif of the ‘Gap’ as later on in the video [...]