- Learning about the film and how its work
- There are 16mm, 35mm or even 70mm
- Film runs at 24 fps, each frame is projected 3 times, give audience 72 images
- Working on Techniques: additive and subtractive
Week2 – media transfer (process of transferring media from film to video)
- Professional set-up e.g. ‘flying-spot scanner
- Using mirrors to eliminate any parallax
- Off the wall, the film is projected onto a wall, then we capture the projected image using a video camera
Week3 – Editing
- Jump cuts/ straight cuts dissolves and other transitions such as wipes
- Cut-aways: the scene cuts to another image or scene, sometimes to signify the passing of time.
- Parallel editing: inter-cutting between two or more scenes to signify parallel actions.
- Repetition: use of repeated shots to emphasis the event on screen.
- Sequence: sometimes calls a ’montage’, an event rapidly (’montage’ has other meanings when used in other contexts such as the Russian constructivist Montage theory or in other languages such as in French, which means editing).
Week4 – working on the project
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