November 29 Introduction to video

Video introduction

Tangerine (clip)

https://goo.gl/0hfq8Y

https://goo.gl/DoS9yU

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tangerine_(film)

Tech – Tangerine

https://goo.gl/x79jN8

https://goo.gl/JKEAzT

Mike Figgis Digital Fimmaking

Now there is no reason to prevent anybody from making a film. The technology exists, the equipment is much cheaper than it was, the post-production facilities are on a laptop computer, the entire equipment to make a film can go in a couple of cases and be carried as hand luggage on a plane. –Mike Figgis

When you buy a Mac, it automatically comes with iMovie ….My experience with iMovie was interesting. I had it on my computer and I never used it. Then, one day, I shot something that I didn’t really want anybody else to cut at that stage. I just wanted to look at it. And I had no idea how to use the iMovie system. I am not someone who could be described as computer literate. I don’t love computers. I have been dragged to them reluctantly, and have then been delighted by what they can do, but I had some difficulty in learning the systems initially. So I would say I represent the low end of capability here. Compared to anyone under thirty, who will have had far more experience with computers than I have ever had, I’m in the Stone Age. So I turned the system on and there was a little demo reel that came with it just to help one through the process. I found out how to plug in my camera so that I could use the camera as a playback machine and as an importing machine. That seemed very straightforward. Then I started importing some shots, and I saw very quickly how they aligned themselves into a sort of catalogue. Within a couple of hours I’d cut a sequence. I started to think about how I could do a little sound dissolve here, and I went into the menu that said what was available in terms of effects for sound and effects for visuals. And it was so obvious and so self-explanatory, even to a novice like me, that I cut a really rather sophisticated five-minute film. Starting from zero, I did it in one day. And I immediately thought I could cut a whole feature like this.

Mobile  film festival

Home

iPhone film festival

Home

Gorgeous

http://goo.gl/FYbuKF

God is dead

http://goo.gl/vUnGxM

Magic bullet

http://goo.gl/sB1viu

A short journey Budapest

http://goo.gl/JsuwbR

iPhone musical

http://goo.gl/XMmZ2h

Brunettes shoot blondes

http://goo.gl/FtiQ0A

Vintage trouble

http://goo.gl/byJNlT

sf-paris 2 minutes

http://goo.gl/RpgG9

Gasoline and matches

http://goo.gl/5hWYxq

Dominic Gagnon situation

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/film/tanya-tagaq-blasts-incredibly-racist-quebec-film-of-the-north/article27505649/

http://aptn.ca/news/2015/11/25/tanya-tagaq-out-for-blood-over-racist-experimental-documentary-by-quebec-filmmaker/

Obey (made entirely from clips on the web)

http://goo.gl/HUqris

Invasion (all instagram)

http://goo.gl/veJtL

2012 in 366 seconds

http://goo.gl/9eLA2

Pogo Jo’burg jam

http://goo.gl/wO8PVK

Pogo Lead Breakfast

http://goo.gl/3rp3iH

Pogo/Wizard

http://goo.gl/BeqeqZ

 

2012 music mashup

http://goo.gl/QgU5E

Vine

King Bach

Amanda Cerny

Videos by VCC students

James Cook

http://bit.ly/2gsG4pH

Daniel Bortoni

http://bit.ly/2g3rXXi

Tiffany Calderbank

http://bit.ly/2gDPuN1

 

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