Good news! I have (luckily) enough coffee to read through both research documents for this week. The first one that will be looked at will finish up the small glimpse into narrative, looking at the narrative as a whole instead of just the main character like with the Hero’s Journey. As the section on narrative is being finished up, I’m going to be changing gears and focusing on the technical aspects of production: starting with the psychological aspects of color.
Not only am I having to worry about preparing for Capstone (which is stressfull enough as it is), but I also have to worry about preparing to start production for a music video this semester! (This is going to be one bumpy ride!)
Continue reading “Music Video: Pre-Production Blog”
In the last blog post, I looked at how disease was able to spread depending on environmental conditions and simulations of how the disease would carry through a city. This will (hopefully) be the last discussion of chronic disease, looking specifically at the emotional impact of disease, as I will moving onto looking at film narrative and preproduction, starting with the Hero’s Journey.
With my production using chronic illness as its primary focus, I needed to delve into the larger aspects of infectious diseases. Having looked through two articles already, there is a lot of information that can be used in regards to the pre-production phase. Continue reading “Looking into Disease (Film Production Blog)”
Going into my last year of college, I have to now face the phrase that I have been dreading for the last three years: “What are you doing for your Capstone?” Continue reading “Start of Senior Year + Capstone”
Looking at how the “traditional” music video has grown from the around the 3-minute mark to the 10-minute plus form which is called the “long” or “long-running” music video. There are two prominent examples Continue reading “Music Video: The “Long” Music Video”
Appologies for the lack of updates on any sort of project that is going on, but with class back in session I have very little free time outside of my eighteen credit hours that I am taking. Good news is that I have gotten together a rough project together for a class that I am currently enrolled in. Continue reading “(Relatively Short) Personal Project — D&D Documentary”
I apologize for the lack of updates in the past two weeks regarding my project — I have been really busy with filming and editing for the project. The final product is no where near as long as I would have liked it to be, but I do see it as being extremely condensed and refined. Continue reading “Level Up! — Gaming Documentary”
Looking towards my next project, I have decided to look into how students change their gaming habits when transitioning from high school to college. Continue reading “Short Documentary on College Gaming”
The first time that the actors will meet each other will likely be when they audition for a show. What will happen here will differ from audition to audition Continue reading “Theatre Production Stages: Auditions and The First Script Reading”