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
Note: this is content from another class but I thought I would post this here since no one bother to comment (even though they were suppose to) and this is more permanent. Rant over. As frequent as last year, whenever … Continue reading Adaptations
A long, long time ago, there was this show called “Punk’d”. Fronted by then “That 70’s Show” Ashton Kucher, Kucher and a camera crew (as well as some nerves of steel actors) would go around pressing the buttons of various … Continue reading Pranks in Hollywood and on National TV
Crime dramas are one of America’s most iconic and successful genres, especially with the increase of crime drama shows that have recently emerged. Such as, Sherlock (2010), Hawaii 5-0 (2010), Orange Is The New Black (2013), Law & Order (1990), … Continue reading Crime Dramas.