The Debate of Digital vs Film is one that I remained entirely oblivious about, evidently living under a rock in the world of cinema. I loved the documentary Side by Side because it was extremely informative for me and may have … Continue reading Digital vs Film
The movie Baraka is a documentary film with no narrative or voice-over. It explores a compilation of natural events, life, human activities and technological phenomena shot in different countries over a 14-month period. In my opinion, I don’t really watch … Continue reading Baraka (1992) Film Review
Watching this video I thought it was interesting to get different perspectives and opinions about the love and hate of filmmaking versus digital filmmaking. To be honest, I thought filmmaking is no longer in use today with today’s advancement in … Continue reading Side By Side Reaction
For our Cinematography Workshop final film I worked with Izzy on a visual poem. The main idea we started off with for this video was actually to make a real confession hotline. Unfortunatley, since we live in Hawaii a lot … Continue reading Dreams.
First Look screenings happen Friday May 5th at 5pm at the Aloha Tower Marketplace in Multipurpose Room #2. This event is sponsored by the HPU Cinematic Multimedia Club (cmmc). The other major sponsor is the Department of Communication and they will be providing pizza … Continue reading 2017 HPU First Look
My paper for MULT2060. Enjoy! Ward is back…again. Ugh. Like the regenerative mythical creature upon which the secret organization Ward is part of is based on, he just won’t die. And it wasn’t hard to figure out from the marketing … Continue reading Marvel’s Agents of Shield
Note: here’s another post I wrote for another class that never got any feedback. Dialog is the cornerstone of a play; it what compels the characters to act, gives us the exposition, and makes the characters captivating. In movies and … Continue reading Dialog: Why It’s Important