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This week we’re looking at the ways we can tell a story visually, rather than always relying on dialogue to explain things. BLOG POST: http://dslrguide.tv/visual-storytelling Graded with FilmConvert - 10% off: http://dslrguide.tv/filmconvert (I earn a commission from purchases ^^) WEBSITE: http://dslrguide.tv TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/dslrguidance INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/cadevisuals ALL EQUIPMENT: http://dslrguide.tv/mygear QUESTIONS: firstname.lastname@example.org Host and Creator - Simon Cade
A passer-by helps a guy unlock his car.
Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Expertvillage Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/Expertvillage When editing narrative films you'll always want to keep a few very important things in mind. Get tips on editing narrative films with help from a freelance editor and filmmaker in this free video clip. Expert: Justin Z (Zagri) Filmmaker: Edward Payson Series Description: Being a filmmaker isn't some mysterious or magical profession - it's a job just like any other with rules you'll need to follow to make sure everything goes smoothly. Get answers to all of your pertinent filmmaking questions with help from a freelance editor and filmmaker in this free video series.
This micro-film depicts a man's journey in searching for the meaning of life. One finds it in the least expected place and time. The answer is always near us. Be inspired. A New Short film done by Apostolos Pictures. This is my first Narrative Short film. Shot in 2.5k Raw, on a Canon 5d mark 3 (Magic Lantern) Music By Marcus Loeber Special Thanks to Scott Kitayama for the Amazing Voice Over Narrative. Available in 2.5k if requested. Camera used. Canon 5d Mark 3 Technical Specs. Canon 24-70mm L 2.8f Canon 50mm L 1.2f Aspect Ratio 2.35:1 1920x818 Cinema DNG Raw formate, converted to Apple Prores 4444 HQ Color: Vision Color Sound Mix: Dolby Digital HD. Kodak 35mm film grain. Source Formate 2.5k Anamorphic Raw Property of Apostolos Pictures Mastered in 2.5k 2014 Copyright© All rights reser...
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What Is Film Narrative?. Part of the series: Filmmaking Basics. A film narrative is the story that the movie is telling, whether that narrative is linear or fractured. Discover how to use flashbacks and voice-overs when crafting a film narrative with filmmaking tips from a director and filmmaker in this free video on making movies. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/video_4755820_what-film-narrative.html
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A brief overview of how to analyse a media text. which is both engaging and informative. It can be used as a revision guide or as an introduction into narrative analysis.
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"Alone" is a narrative short film made about teenage depression and anorexia. It highlights the way some people may feel and how other people misdiagnose what they are going through and that it is a very serious condition. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A bit about why we made the film: Immediately after we had made our previous film, we starting brainstorming ideas for another, bigger project that we could do. It took us three weeks to settle on the idea of teenage depression and anorexia. I, nor my crew had done anything like a narrative film before, yet a full length short film. There was a huge amount of planning involved in this film (around four months worth), and it was also our first time in doing a fi...
This film was made as studiol project for Film studies and History of World cinema. Capturing the details of facts and events happened in 1906-1914 in the world cinema. Under the guidelines and supervision of ASIAN SCHOOL OF MEDIA STUDIES and MARWAH STUDIOS. Scripted and Edited by: Abhishek Rai
Film Narrative - Structuralist Theories
Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Expertvillage Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/Expertvillage First person perspective and first person narratives are two very different but equally important types of films. Learn the difference between first person perspective and first person narrative with help from a freelance editor and filmmaker in this free video clip. Expert: Justin Z (Zagri) Filmmaker: Edward Payson Series Description: Being a filmmaker isn't some mysterious or magical profession - it's a job just like any other with rules you'll need to follow to make sure everything goes smoothly. Get answers to all of your pertinent filmmaking questions with help from a freelance editor and filmmaker in this free video series.