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Frights, Camera, Action! (2015 edition)

Video Production students learned about story-boarding and editing in the process of making these movies. Each group started with the same scenario, but were tasked with creating their own ending to the story. Additionally, each group attempted to build suspense and tension through editing and cinematography.

The Last Laugh by Carlos Sanchez, Nick Maciel, Miguel Fuentes, Jesus Medina

The Last Laugh from Miguel Fuentes on Vimeo.

Inside Out by Bryan Barragan, Daniel Figueroa, Ulises Martinez, Joseph Valencia, Enrique Manzo

insideout from Daniel Figueroa on Vimeo.

Whispers by Wesley Frazier, Daniel Ochoa, Andy Guerrero

Whispers Final from Andy Guerrero on Vimeo.

The Haunting of A205 by Ramiro Silva, Ashley Reyes, Nathaley Rivera

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Video Production: The FUNdamentals

Basic Cinematography: Shots & Composition

Students learned the fundamentals of cinematography: the basic types of shots used in cinema, the essential rules of visual composition, and the primary camera moves.

Eirene Gonzales on Vimeo.

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Joseph Jimenez on Vimeo.

 

Intellectual Montage & the Kuleshov Effect

Students learned that images arranged consecutively can create story or meaning. This project illustrates the idea that meaning can change depending on the sequence of images. Students created two sequences. The 1st and 3rd shots are the same in both sequences. The 2nd shot changes how the viewer interprets each sequence.

 

David Perez & Serena Solorio

Kuleshov Effect from Serena Solorio on Vimeo.

 

Fabian Perez & Raphael Pedroza

KuleshovMovie from Fabian Perez on Vimeo.

 

Joseph Jimenez, Cesar Nava, and Denise Medrano

Kuleshov Effect from Joseph Jimenez on Vimeo.