Q3 Week 1 RENGA FILM

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Review movies from Vimeo

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Expository Examples

The Civil War by Ken Burns

City of Gold by Pierre Berton

Observational

Gimme Shelter by Charlotte Zwerin, ALbert Maysles (clip)
The Queen by Abramovich

Participatory

Roger and Me by Michael Moore (clip)

Copycat by Charlie Lyn

The 414’s: The Original Teenage Hackers by Charlie Lyn

Poetic

Water by Madalina Losub

Gravity by Wiszniewski (Poetic)

 Hectometer ‐World Record by Matty Brown

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Make a RENGA FILM

Each group will develop a short poetic film based on the Renga style and discipline.

 

What to do:

This week you film 1 stanza (line) in renga style

 

Imply location and season. Other than that do what you want.

HANDOUT HERE TO HELP YOU

-Stanza must be composed of 1,3, 5, or 7  different shots of any length 

  1. Upload footage to iMovie/Final Cut
  2. Edit down. FINAL movie must be 20 seconds or 40 seconds
  3. Mute and then add a soundtrack
  4. Export and upload to Google Drive
  5. Put in CMA folder

Hint: Film this using visual representation.

How would you film the leaf falling? The tree branches are so bare, autumn has arrived.

 

 

 

 

PERIOD 8 Q 3 EXAMPLES

Group A Rizah

Stanza 1

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Group B RainFam

Stanza 1

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Group C -MAXINEMAYAJACKLUK

Stanza 1

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Group D- LaurenChristinaBrandonAlberto

Stanza 1

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Group E-Groundhog

Stanza 1

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PERIOD 9 Q 3 EXAMPLES

Group A Britlilynatali

Stanza 1

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Group B NoahCarlyLexie

Stanza 1

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Stanza 1 Group C SophCarDulce

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Stanza 1 Group D SpringComing

Stanza 1

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Be creative!!!

TONE– use color, music, sounds, shots to create feeling.

PACE-edit to affect the mood or tone or to reflect on the action of the stanza (fast/slow, even/uneven)

MOOD-angry, silly, nonsense, serious, sad, joyful, anxious

DEGREE– stanza changes can be subtle, extreme, opposing, parallel

FOCUS- Manipulate your audience using images and sounds; think outside the box

OTHER –what do you see, what do you think you see, what is real vs. imagined, what you did or thought you did, what they did, change of seasons, personal experiences (first love, divorce, loss of a loved one, moving away, making new friends, helping others, etc.) social issues (Crime, environment, health, bulling , inequality, society/culture, can use HUMOR (at something, at yourself)

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