Monday, March 4, 2013

FRAGMENTS (trailer)

This is my final project for Digital Filmmaking at New England Institute of Technology. The assignment: Create either a short film of no more than 7 minutes long; or create a trailer to a hypothetical film at about 2-3 minutes in length. I had a story idea which I didn't believe would fit into 7 minutes so I went for the trailer idea.

[Please watch this in full resolution for best enjoyment. You may do so by clicking on the image above, and then holding your mouse pointer toward the upper left of the image and clicking the title. This will take you to the YouTube page, where you may also enlarge it full screen, by clicking the rectangular icon in the bottom left of the movie screen.]

My partner for this project was Dennis Cabral. Dennis drew all of the storyboards, helped with shooting and audio editing choices.

It was shot entirely with a Canon T3i, using both the kit lens 18-55mm; and a Rokinon 35mm Cinema lens. I created all (but the "Dice Out" animated logo) of the animated graphics, and edited it with Adobe CS6 Production Premium, using After Effects, and Premier. I used Audition a little, as well as Audacity.

I posted this ahead of time, but I'm assuming that we got an "A" for it (so long as we get all of the necessary paperwork completed on time).  The final results shall be confirmed in a couple of weeks when I get my grade.

All music and SFX are original, or from Public Domain, or from the Valentino SFX and Music Collection (which I have access to through school).

Thanks so much to my friends and family for their acting abilities, who spent so much of their valuable time to help me with this project. Bless you.

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