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In 1992's 'Candyman', Candyman reveals himself to Helen as she is skeptical about his existence. In the sequence, he slowly approaches her with backlit lighting making him almost shadow-like. The bottom image inspired the chiaroscuro I used for the antagonist in my film, because I wanted the same slow, tension creating reveal for 'The Mask' in my own narrative, and the mystery that the cinematography associated the character with.

In 1992's 'Candyman', Candyman reveals himself to Helen as she is skeptical about his existence. In the sequence, he slowly approaches her with backlit lighting making him almost shadow-like. The bottom image inspired the chiaroscuro I used for the antagonist in my film, because I wanted the same slow, tension creating reveal for 'The Mask' in my own narrative, and the mystery that the cinematography associated the character with.

we used a torch from a phone to create shapes with light. The subject had to stay really still.

we used a torch from a phone to create shapes with light. The subject had to stay really still.

For this shot, I used the sunlight to de-expose the shot. I like the outcome because it really sets the character's atmosphere and the low angle presents him as dominant and oppressive which is what I was going for. This links in with light and dark because of the visual darkness and atmospheric darkness and stuff...

For this shot, I used the sunlight to de-expose the shot. I like the outcome because it really sets the character's atmosphere and the low angle presents him as dominant and oppressive which is what I was going for. This links in with light and dark because of the visual darkness and atmospheric darkness and stuff...

Image result for emotion

Image result for emotion

This is abstract. It is the shadow of a bin.

This is abstract. It is the shadow of a bin.

(1). Old Boy (2003) features hypnosis as one of the forces that pushes the narrative forward. As I am also including a hypnosis in my short film, I looked at Old Boy to gain a bit of perspective. At the end of Old Boy the audience is faced with the question of whether the hypnosis to forget about Oh Dae-Su's "secret" worked, and this ambiguity is what I hope to capture in my own narrative.

(1). Old Boy (2003) features hypnosis as one of the forces that pushes the narrative forward. As I am also including a hypnosis in my short film, I looked at Old Boy to gain a bit of perspective. At the end of Old Boy the audience is faced with the question of whether the hypnosis to forget about Oh Dae-Su's "secret" worked, and this ambiguity is what I hope to capture in my own narrative.

The lights were off which made the background disappear.

The lights were off which made the background disappear.

I used the same redish/organey colour to light them up because I wanted present them in the same way - I wanted them to have similar visuals e.g - they're both in darkness, they are both looking the same direction, and their lights are the same colour. I did this because I hoped that as the narrative progresses, audiences realise that 'it' is actually inside of her.

I used the same redish/organey colour to light them up because I wanted present them in the same way - I wanted them to have similar visuals e.g - they're both in darkness, they are both looking the same direction, and their lights are the same colour. I did this because I hoped that as the narrative progresses, audiences realise that 'it' is actually inside of her.

A Requiem for a Dream uses sound really effectively, as a form of establishing a certain atmosphere and feeling. Darren Aronofsky uses pleonastic sound to emphasise the journey to complete addiction. The sound in this film is very repetitive and uses only one track throughout the whole film as a way to depict the motif: obsession, as the audience also gains a reliance on the music score and the trip hop montage, meaning that they being to feel what the characters are feeling.

A Requiem for a Dream uses sound really effectively, as a form of establishing a certain atmosphere and feeling. Darren Aronofsky uses pleonastic sound to emphasise the journey to complete addiction. The sound in this film is very repetitive and uses only one track throughout the whole film as a way to depict the motif: obsession, as the audience also gains a reliance on the music score and the trip hop montage, meaning that they being to feel what the characters are feeling.

What I did last week (22ND-26TH MARCH)

What I did last week (22ND-26TH MARCH)

Drive (2011) Directed by Nicholas Winding Refn & photographed by Newton Thomas Sigel uses the quadrant system to tell the story of the characters. This stlye demonstrates physical and metaphorical imbalances/balances and I think that it would be a great method to use during the conversational parts of my narrative without extensive amounts of dialogue/exposition.

Drive (2011) Directed by Nicholas Winding Refn & photographed by Newton Thomas Sigel uses the quadrant system to tell the story of the characters. This stlye demonstrates physical and metaphorical imbalances/balances and I think that it would be a great method to use during the conversational parts of my narrative without extensive amounts of dialogue/exposition.

(c)... sink in or even allow them to try and figure out what these two characters are thinking. The hypnotist scene will be a series of sounds that juxtapose one another.

(c)... sink in or even allow them to try and figure out what these two characters are thinking. The hypnotist scene will be a series of sounds that juxtapose one another.

Here I recorded the sound of a bell, and to link with my research on Requiem For A Dream, I began testing out different distortions on the same sound. When I find all seven sound distortions, I will use them when editing my video. I hope to produce seven new sounds that each add new emotions to the narrative.  Distortion of sound also helps to distort viewer's perception of a character, as sound is very emotive. I hope to use these sounds to capture different emotions and character…

Here I recorded the sound of a bell, and to link with my research on Requiem For A Dream, I began testing out different distortions on the same sound. When I find all seven sound distortions, I will use them when editing my video. I hope to produce seven new sounds that each add new emotions to the narrative. Distortion of sound also helps to distort viewer's perception of a character, as sound is very emotive. I hope to use these sounds to capture different emotions and character…

This is a top lit shot, that I practised for the scene that shows Elizabeth's psyche. I like that the background cannot be seen as well.

This is a top lit shot, that I practised for the scene that shows Elizabeth's psyche. I like that the background cannot be seen as well.

I decided to do this frame share because in my research I read that this can create more tension but also, can create confusion because the audience will expect one character to appear on the left and the other on the right. Because the female protagonist is feeling disorientated in this scene, I thought that it would be fitting to use the shared frame to represent how she was feeling.

I decided to do this frame share because in my research I read that this can create more tension but also, can create confusion because the audience will expect one character to appear on the left and the other on the right. Because the female protagonist is feeling disorientated in this scene, I thought that it would be fitting to use the shared frame to represent how she was feeling.

I chose the 'Yin Yang' symbol, because is expresses that although dark and light appear to be binary opposites, these contrary forces can actually be complementary to one another - adding to one another without actually losing its authentic self.

I chose the 'Yin Yang' symbol, because is expresses that although dark and light appear to be binary opposites, these contrary forces can actually be complementary to one another - adding to one another without actually losing its authentic self.