Once in a while, a non-fiction documentary will absolutely take hold of me and envelop me in its narrative. This does not happen because, simply, I do not seek out documentaries as my main source of film entertainment. Sure, I … Continue reading Side by Side (2012) Reaction
Baraka was originally shot in 25 countries on six continents. This fascinating film brought together a series of stunningly photographed scenes. It is a nature based film, trying to portray the olden day setting. In a sense, the film Baraka … Continue reading Baraka – Surpassing the Boundaries of Humanity
We needed to use the green screen room so we decided to make a video of a production with a time-freeze of everyone standing as still as possible on the “action” que of the director. I have been wanting … Continue reading Studio Time Freeze
On 4/12/2017 the class did a workshop in MP 318. Using many different cameras but our first and the most amazing camera I have seen was the RED camera. Each person in class had a roll from lighting, sound, camera … Continue reading 2nd Workshop
Newton N. Minow is an American attorney and a former Chairman of the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC). On May 9, 1961 upon Minow’s inauguration of becoming the new Chairman of the FCC, he shared a truly captivating speech … Continue reading Newton N. Minow.
Bicycle Thieves is an Italian drama film from 1948 directed by Vittorio De Sica. The film follows the story of a poor father Antonio searching for employment to sustain his family. He gets a job, but the bicycle that he … Continue reading Bicycle Thieves – a tale of desperation
In every generation there is a international issue that requires devote intention and depending on the majority morale of that century, will have a ripple effect on future generations for longer than we know. Today in our society we are … Continue reading Before the Flood