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My social realism trailer for college coursework - 27/11/2012 9:59:40 AM   
kiranbeauchamp

 

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My trailer that i am making for my A2 media coursework, it is for a social realism film and I would really appreciate any feedback. Thank you.

http://youtu.be/_nKQnmTpIB8

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RE: My social realism trailer for college coursework - 7/12/2012 11:24:12 AM   
kiranbeauchamp

 

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This is a fantastic trailer, when looking at it i thought the soundtrack was one of the best features, it really brings your trailer together. One criticism that i found was that some of the scenes that you filmed are just a little bit too dark and its difficult to tell which characters are involved. However overall i found the trailer to be great with fantastic uses of props, costume and a very interesting narrative.

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RE: My social realism trailer for college coursework - 7/12/2012 11:53:17 AM   
kiranbeauchamp

 

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WOW i thought your trailer was very good, especially if it was just for a media coursework project. I thought the action scenes with the lighting being smashed over the actor and the breaking of the window where especially effective at portraying your genre and the dark elements of the film. The way that the trailer builds up is also very effective and it is great that the pace becomes faster as the trailer goes on. However on the other hand some of the scenes could be a little be shorter to make it flow better. I love the way the institutional information comes onto the page with a faded blur. Well done.

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