Thursday, 19 February 2015

Inability to 'Act'

In class we had to make a video about the inability to act.

We think that we can relate the message in to our learning...Its like being stuck in our learning, we need to ask for help and we need to look for ways to solve the problem ourselves. We thought it would be fun to make our own movie to get this message across. We had 2 groups of criteria for our movie...
Criteria: (Content)
  1. Video - 30 seconds long, time is limited.
  2. Scenario - Show someone being stuck and not using the ability to act.
  3. Clear Message - Short sharp clip. Can the watcher get the point of your video?
  4. Unique - Coming up with something funny that gets a laugh from others.
  5. Time Passing - Do you need to show time passing in your clip to emphasise your message.

Criteria: (Movie)
  1. Light - Make sure the sun isn’t creating a hard to see clip.
  2. Voice Volume - Needs to be louder than other background volume eg Noise, Kids.
  3. Frame - What’s in the frame to make your message obvious.
  4. Steady Hands - Make sure the camera is still.
Individual Clips - Don’t do one continuous shot of 30 seconds. Make a range of short clips and join together.

I love your video! Next time I think that you could make the camera a bit higher so that you can so all of the person ( Sometimes in the video you couldn't see half of the persons head). The one thing I love about the video is that somebody filmed you standing on chair to make you look taller. I think that it is a great effect. I also really like the topic you based your video on. Love it! Hannah

1 comment:

  1. Kiana, Aye & Gaby - WOW, WOW, WOW! Your movie has a very strong message and shows the 'ridiculousness' of the situation well. Just like on the Esculator Movie I want to yell "Just take a step," in your movie I want to yell "stand on the chair," or "ask someone to help you." What a great team and a great end product!