Sunday, 5 November 2017

R+P Post 33: Reflections on my role and contribution during research and planning (unfinished)

R+P Post 32: Test shoot and rough edit (unfinished)

R+P Post 31: My call sheet (unfinished)

R+P Post 30: My shoot-board (unfinished)

R+P Post 29: Rehearsals (unfinished)

We decided that we should do rehearsals for some of our shots because some of the scenes involved dances and movement sequences that were complicated for us to do considering none of us have any dancing experience. The biggest challenge was choreographing the movements for singin in the rain and mortal kombat. The dances for singin in the rain were difficult because we needed to keep the framing right while also doing big dances why umbrellas around a lamp post. This meant that we often went off frame even when we got the movements right. Additionally, it was difficult to use the umbrellas gracefully in the dances. The mortal kombat movements were quite difficult to get nicely on frame, as the power bar prior were difficult for jack and Lily (out make-up artist) to meneouver smoothly, and to keep their bodies off frame. We also rehearsed the fight sequence Emilio and I were you to do so that it would be clear for the audience and also look smooth on camera.

R+P Post 28: My kit list (unfinished)

R+P Post 27: Casting (unfinished)

We chose to use Emilio, Jack, and me as the band members, as well as Tom Brown, who did media AS with us last year. This is because we all have similar free peiods, and we know we are all going to be dedicated to the shoot and our performances.

Casey Tyler - We cast me as Casey Tyler because she is an energetic character, and it is much easier having a group member as the lead. Additionally, I have been involved with drama things in the past, so I am a confident performer. We decided to make a screen test in order to make sure I matched the role of the lead singer. ((ADD SCREEN TEST))

Hugh Tyler -