There is not much I have to say on this specific assignment, so I will keep it short and to the point. In the video below I talk about what I would bring with me in order to survive the apocalypse if time was short and I could only take what I could fit into my socks.
The video that is embedded in this blog post is a bit different from the other videos i have shared with all of you so far, in that I did not create this video for the sole purpose of fulfilling an assignment for this class. In fact, this video was created by a friend of mine and I many years ago. When My friend and I were younger, we were constantly experimenting with film making, hoping to one day make a movie of our own. Unfortunately almost none of these projects were ever actually finished, however there is one exception, and that is the video I am sharing with you today. That’s right, the video below is the first movie I ever finished making, and I’m extremely glad that after all these years I finally get to share it with someone.
For this assignment I decided to analyze a scene from the 2017 film “Baby Driver”, which, as I state at the beginning of the video, was my favorite film of last year. Full warning, the video I created and posted below is far from my nest work. As I have stated numerous times over the course of this class, I have a particular issue with figuring out how to properly use and work with new computer programs, and this was no different. Admittedly, movie maker is far easier to get the hang of than some of the other programs we have used so far this semester, but I still had a fair amount of trouble with things such as audio mixing. Because of that, my voice over below came out extremely stilted and awkward, however I do still think I made some good points, and hopefully you can see past my awful voice over to notice them.