PMS is real, and personally, I don't always hate it. There is nothing worse than realising you're not crazy, and actually it's just PMS right when you need your mind focussed and less emotionally spontaneous. Many Asian countries offer menstrual leave to women, which I think is bloody brilliant! Whilst we do not have such a … Continue reading PMS. PERIOD MOVIES SORTED
My school project is drawing to a close, but that doesn't necessarily mean the end. This assignment, to create and maintain a blog over the past six months, has been tough. I have enjoyed it immensely but it has easily taken up the majority of my time as far as homework is concerned. The idea … Continue reading In summary, but not quite.
This is a script I developed for a short film, the aim was to create a script with little dialogue, as you can see there are only two sentences uttered throughout. I am proud of the script and hope to one day see it reach it's potential on screen. The idea was to create a … Continue reading CRAFTERNOON DELIGHT. Short Script.
Another school essay covering the abilities of the BOLT cine-bot
I know being in front of a camera is not everyones cup of tea, but each persons interview was indeed part of something bigger.
I’ve physically seen and read diary entries from the likes of Bowie, Burton, Lurhman and more. I’ve seen sketches from my favourite costume designer Colleen Atwood.
It re-introduced me to an actor I had forgotten about, and a confidence I never knew I had.
My last 'sound' unit project was an interesting one. It required us to look through archives of 50's-70's adverts, clips and infomercials and make a new audio track to a clip of our choice. I had an enjoyable ride choosing my clip. I watched countless clips on how to do and consume everything! I now … Continue reading Drop the Mic. A school project
Mark Fennell is leaving triple J, if you don't know who he is, he's most notably known as 'That movie guy'. He has provided critique in a zany, whimsical way for the last decade and he's job has been brought to the public. After a few days of dilly dally-ing, deciding not too and feeling … Continue reading That Movie GIRL. A reflection on trying and failing.
My boyfriend is great. He likes similar things to me, we are, as he puts it 'on a level'... one of our favourite things to do together is eat and watch things on a screen, I know, it's all pretty glamorous. Here's the thing though... There is time and place for everything. This week, for instance, … Continue reading How do you view? The who’s who of cinema venues in Melbourne.
Unfortunately I can't show you the film made. That's because its not entirely finished. What I can do however, is show you some shots of my first film of 2017. It's called prisoner and follows a fairly basic storyline. A woman comes home from her day, things are not as they should be, the audience … Continue reading Prisoner. A film by me.
Aesthetically, a favourite film of mine. Director: Sofia Coppola Cinematographer: Lance Acord Starring Kirsten Dunst, Jason Schwartzmen & Rose Byrne. Marie Antoinette follows the journey of an adolescent woman plucked from her home country and married off to Prince Louis IV in Versailles, France. The film covers her life until the point of the French … Continue reading “Let them eat cake!” A Review.
Here I will take a look at Tarantino's favorite female collaborators, and discuss my favorite female characters from his films.
"she is ridiculed for her gender, her lack of education, her label as a single mother, her outspoken ways and even the way she dresses. This film is an absolute must watch for every woman because of these reasons."
Last week I had the pleasure of working on a short lighting assignment that tested my patience, lighting knowledge and creative abilities. The Assignment was straight forward. Replicate a shot from any film in the schools studio as best you can. This is how I went... After much debate I chose this as my final … Continue reading A Dame To Kill For. A school project.
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