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
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.
Project #2 for our cinematography workshop class was to produce a 3-4-minute music video while considering, lyrics, themes, musicians/characters, narrative, plot, and formal experimentation. For this project I was in a group with Yukari and Dinesh, and the initial idea … Continue reading Focus.
For Field Exercise #2 in our cinematography workshop we had to film landscapes with a sunrise and/or sunset, experiment with the quality of light, and include a character or two. For my exercise the main idea I started with was … Continue reading Lanikai Landscape.
For Field Exercise #1 in our cinematography workshop we had to create a non-sync sound narrative film in which we had to play with deep focus versus shallow focus. The initial idea I started off with was to film Yukari … Continue reading DOF.
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.
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.