Our target audience – This film harbours a range of different feeling and emotions. It is a delicate narrative which deals with death, illness and manipulation. Along with all this it also has a lot of strong language, making this film not suitable for children. I recently visited the British board of film classification site (BBFC) … More Who’s our target audience?
Here is a list of all the pieces of equipment used in this production. They are listed in numerical order of the days they were shot. Billy and Daniel – kids scene Daniel and Frank – Kitchen Billy and Daniel – Meet up scene Daniel and Dee – Pub scene Billy and Doctor – Operation … More Equipment List Day by Day
So yesterday marked the final day of filming for our short film ‘A bit about Angie’ formerly known as ‘A bit about Frank’. A flurry of emotions came to mind when I yelled ‘CUT!’ for the final time, the past few weeks have been filled with ups and downs, no’s and maybe’s and a series … More Finally! Our last day of shooting
As our film is based and shot in East London it was only right we shot our much needed time lapses in the East end. I tried various sites such as ‘Film office’ and ‘City of London’ in the aim to gain access into certain locations in East London to film from particular vantage points. My progress … More We call time on Canary Wharf
So as we plough on through shooting our new scenes I thought it would be a great time to meet and understand ‘Shanice’ and ‘Taylor’ who are played by Ruth and Rebecca in ‘A bit about Angie’. These two characters are some what neglected when it comes to talking about who the key players are … More Getting to know Shan and T
Below is the link to the budget for our film ‘A bit about Angie’. It is a working process and figures will change as time progresses. A bit about Angie budget A while back we received a large portion of funding from 02 think Big. Their aim is to help fund young people’s projects up and … More Budgeting / Funding
Research for the fourth wall scene ‘If a character speaks directly to the audience—that is, if he speaks directly to the camera—he “breaks” the fourth wall. Because this can be disturbing to the audience, it is done for dramatic or comic effect only. If the character looks just to the right or left of the … More Breaking the fourth wall!
In my previous post I discussed receiving new information on kidney transplants and diabetes from our medical researcher Tosin. She opened my eyes to some vital information which would ultimately effect the validity of our film if not corrected. So we carried out our corrections and gave it to our lecturers for further feedback. Here … More Applying Knowledge
Here is the updated script! The main changes have been highlighted in red. It’s quite a large piece of text so if you have read the script before just scroll to the relevant pieces of text. A BIT ABOUT FRANK INT. INSIDE A FRIEND’S HOUSE. AFTERNOON. Angie Billy’s mum has been staying at a friend’s … More Script Update!
Here is a video from our medical researcher Tosin Adjibola explaining kidney failures and diabetes in the context of our short film production. Key points from the video: Diabetes – Type 1 and type 2 Diabetic patients can’t donate their Kidney’s (Billy has diabetes) which is why he got declined by the NHS We can … More Medical Research Part 2