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Film Evaluative Analysis »

nicoleponsford | Saturday June 25, 2016

Categories: GCSE, Hot Entries, Production Zone, Audio Production, Moving Image Production, Print Production

Download Link: Evaluative Analysis.doc The Evaluative Analysis is about their FINAL production. Evaluation needs to explain how they: Used Technical and Creative Skills Used an appropriate format with the appropriate codes and conventions Demonstrated an understanding of: Film Language - how do the mise en scene and technical codes construct meaning? Organisations - what production companies and distributors would typically be involved in the project? Audiences - who is the target audience, how…
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WJEC AS Film Studies FM1 Exploring Film Form »

Rob Miller | Friday March 14, 2014

Categories: A Level, EDUQAS A Level, EDUQAS AS, FM1, Analysis, Film Analysis, Films & Case Studies, Non-Hollywood Films, Submarine, Hot Entries, Production Zone, Audio Production, Moving Image Production, Print Production

Overview 20% of A Level Qualification, 40% of AS An Analysis of a Film Extract: (30 Marks) Creative Project: (40 Marks) Reflective Analysis: (10 Marks) FM1 Unit Introduction WJEC: “This unit focuses on the micro features of film and the construction of meaning and emotion?. Macro features form the basis for the examined AS module, FM2 although it is accepted by the exam board that it is often difficult to separate macro features narrative and genre from a micro analysis. In this regard,…
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Guide to Sound Design with Audacity »

vikiwalden | Monday November 28, 2011

Categories: GCSE, A Level, Hot Entries, Production Zone, Audio Production

Associated Resources Audacity Cross-Platform Sound Editor Step 1 | Importing Sound or Music Click on the Project tab and select Import Audio. Choose your selected sound effect or music track from the hard drive. Note: Music or sounds from CDs should be uploaded onto the computer hard drive first, rather than importing from CD. Audacity will then load the audio file into the project window. Step 2 | Functions The Selection Tool This is the most useful icon and will allow you to select a place on…
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Improve Your Teaching | Audio Production »

vikiwalden | Wednesday November 09, 2011

Categories: Hot Entries, Production Zone, Audio Production

1. Understanding Sound Sound is a feature often dismissed by students as the least important element, when in fact it can provide as much meaning for the audience as every visual and technical facet. In this scene from Reservoir Dogs the song playing on the radio “Stuck In The Middle With You? is contrapuntal to the action, revealing the psychopathic nature of Mr Blonde. Parallel sound would have created a completely different sense, such as in the second clip: Casino Royale.…
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Audio Editing Tutorials »

Richard Gent | Monday September 12, 2011

Categories: Production Zone, Audio Production

Simple Audacity Tutorials Advanced Apple Logic Express Adobe Audition Sony Acid Pro
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