MEDA201: Film Project

When we watch a film, we are usually not conscious of the cuts made by the editor. As we become more accustomed to watching these scenes, we now have no difficulty following along with these diverse cuts and different camera angles. When developing this project I felt it was important to research which effects and transition will best capture the attention of audiences best. For my film, the utilisation of fast cuts and colour distortion throughout this film are shown to create an erratic feeling for viewers. Through the decrease in accuracy found between each scene point, the work strongly disoriented viewers helping to create an engaging piece. Although inclusion of rhythmic and repetitive textures displayed  look at create to a sense of predictability and symmetric change. The nature of the films intensity through transitions and movement highlight it’s impact throughout this piece whilst exploring how these scenes thus build a sense of curiosity, aiming to give the appearance of continuous time.

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