Media Futures Factual Film

Credits:
Gareth Croft – Camera, Sound, Assistant Producer, Editor
Bart Chomiszczak – Research, Location Manager
Jack Anthony Coliandris – Research, Camera, Location Director
Tom Creagh – Presenter, Interview researcher, Camera
Hannah-Jane Churchman – Producer, Camera
Simona Cucinella – Camera
Today we presented our final edit of our Media Futures fil to the rest of the group. We had to do a short presentation and take questions about the film and hear some critical feedback.
The majority of the feedback was positive, people liked the way it was edited and said it felt like a ‘real’ short film that they might see on TV which is pleasing. There was some critical feedback, Charlotte thought that we had missed an opportunity with the green screen footage and thought that we perhaps could have used it further to contribute to the film instead of just using a static background. Dominic commented on our choice of music and how while it was music that related to the film we might have wanted to consider how the lyrics (which mentioned drugs and prostitution) might not fit in with the theme we were trying to portray.
Having been a bit nervous at how the film would be received I was relieved to get positive comments, having had to change our initial idea and opt for a more ‘bog standard’ style that we are used to on TV I expected to face some harsher criticism.
I think this process has proved to highlight to all of us in the group the importance of setting roles and proper commitment to planning and research, we started out in a lack lustre fashion but have quickly gelled into a group that I think can go forward to create some well produced work together.
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