Wednesday, 26 January 2011

Monday, 22 November 2010

Our Production Logo

This is our production logo for our thriller, we made it in photoshop, we found this picture off google as we thought it would be hard to make it look professional if we did it ourselves. Stella means star in Spanish so we thought it would sound much more practical than using the english version which would sound unattractive in our opinion. Our feedback was that we should change it to a more attractive font to make it fit in with the picture more.

Thursday, 25 March 2010


We choose to certificate our opening sequence as a 15 it is currently defined as passed only for persons of fifteen years and over. No person apparently under the age if 15 years shall be admitted to any exhibition at which there is to be shown any film which has received a 15 certificate from the British board of film classification. We gave our film the classification of 15 because there my involve song strong language and violence throughout the film, if we was to finish filming. Also there may be some psychological factors that someone under 15 may not only find hard to understand but may find disturbing.

In a film that has been classified for viewers over the age of 15 there are boundaries that the distributed had to think carefully about, so we had to make sure we did not break this boundaries in the filming we done so that we could keep the 15 certificate.

Theme: No theme is prohibited, provided the treatment is appropriate to 15 year olds. Language: There may be frequent use of strong language; the strongest terms are only rarely acceptable. Continued aggressive use of strong language and sexual abuse is unacceptable. Nudity: There are no constraints on nudity in a non-sexual or educational context. Sex: Sexual activity and nudity may be portrayed but without strong detail. The depiction of casual sex should be handled responsibly. There may be occasional strong verbal references to sexual behaviour. Violence: Violence may be strong but may not dwell on the infliction of pain, and of injuries. Scenes of sexual violence must be discreet and brief. Imitable techniques: Dangerous combat techniques such as ear claps, head-butts and blows to the neck are unlikely to be acceptable. There may be no emphasis on the use of easily accessible lethal weapons (in particular, knives). Horror: Sustained or detailed infliction of pain or injury is unacceptable. Drugs: Drug taking may be shown but clear instructive detail is unacceptable. The film as a whole must not promote or encourage drug use.

Thursday, 18 March 2010

Other Rough Story Board.

old story board shots. not like our thriller.

Voice over notes

Black Screen
Voice only----> ''You see these things happen to other people you never think it will happen to you''
*Sounds of laughter*
''I was a normal girl living a normal life''
''Then the world world went silent''
*Car Crash Noise*

Sunday, 14 March 2010

We when to headingham where we got permission to film in a friends wood. We wanted footage in a wood to use as flashback. We could easily portray this by simply changing the footage to black and white. We filmed many different shots, at different angles and different ideas. We planned the sort of shots we wanted before hand, however it was down to what the weather was like while at the location, as to whether it would be effective.

Having seen the footage we are happy with what we have produced. It looks alot better and more professional in black and white, and now we need to cut it up and edit it allowing it to fit and flow with the other footage we have.