We have learned that scripting, story-boarding and editing all go hand in hand to tell a visual story (with a beginning, a middle and an end).
For the next few classes we are going to explore how to edit our footage to show not tell.
As you are engaging your brains, and shifting your creativity into over drive, here is something to inspire you (especially if you were ever considering doing a frame by frame remake of your favourite scene/video).
Surely, you remember Carly Rae Jepsen's "other hit", "I Really Like You" from 2015...
Toronto band Little Junior liked the song so much that they painstaking remade the ENTIRE video frame for frame. To top it off, this was all done in one marathon 20 hour session.
This is what it looks like side by side:
Today and tomorrow we will be exploring our new understanding of documentary film making by watching Morgan Spurlock's newest documentary "Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken!". You will need this assignment handout.
The official trailer for the movie is below:
Documentary Addict is an AWESOME curated website for you to check out as we explore the craft of movie making.