It took us a while to find some music that sounded like it would work with our film. We looked at a range of websites to try find the music we wanted.
These are the sites we tried:
And the following sections:
These pieces of paper include the script that we came up with, notes for some of the clips and notes of what each character should be wearing, etc.
Looking at all these, there is clearly a reaccurance in the film posters, some specific to the genres shown which is romance and some action,etc.
This was the last day of filming. In these pictures we are reviewing a clip that we have just filmed and are thinking of ways we could possibly make it better. We had to be quick thinking and had decisions made straight away with only a little bit of thought as the natural light kept going dull, bright, dull and then bright again so we had to make sure we got the lighting as close as we could to the clip before.
This is one of the first pictures taken of us editing. In the picture we are putting the clips in order and deciding where they need cutting down to.
These were some of the outfit options for Layla but she didn’t end up wearing any of these. She wears a a blue denim dress instead.
Ella set up the lighting and camera this day and directed me as I was the one acting.
Zahra supplied us with the Teddy Bear that we are using. She shared a picture of a few bears that she has in our group chat and we decided on the one with the blue ribbon on as it is gender neautral and the blue is easy t0 match with denim, which is our link between clothing with the Teddy, Layla and Jack.
We developed the idea of usuing colours to create meaning in costume, we are going to link characters through costume colours, Jack and Paige will wear a garment of the same colour each time Jack takes notices of Paige on their walks out, Shannon and Elizabeth will be wearing contrasting colours and the day the two meet, they will be wearing a grament of the same colour. We are thinking of putting a garment on the teddy that links to all of the characters to show how the teddy is the importanat thing that can be used as a tool to bring a family together by a little boy.
Through research of Game of Thrones we found that Sansa Stark was a key character who’s costumes held great importance in terms of meaning and reflecting the development of the character.
The young noblewoman’s hairstyles and clothing tell a story, too, with significant, but often subtle, meaning.
“All of the fashion, the hairstyles, especially with Sansa, it reflects her influences over the seasons and who her loyalties lie with,” – Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa, told USA TODAY.
This is my school based contents page. It involves plenty of writing to tell you what is inside but the text to image ratio is 1:4. For each picture there is one side of the contents page and all the colours are varied but the main colour is blue.