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A Theif's Remorse

Rating:
3.85714/5,
YouTube URL:
  • Film made while attending:
    n/a
    Camera:
    Canon Vixa HFR400
    Software Used:
    Adobe Premiere Elements 11
    Submitted for website contest last year, was done entirely in one take.
Chris Wright likes this.

Recent Reviews

  1. Shivendra
    "Commendable job"
    3/5,
    Pros - Character limitations
    Cons - Less meaningful
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    Story was good but you can do better to convey in the movie.
    Filming was awesome and better than using a still camera.
    Editing can be improved.
    Background score was nice
    Number of characters used i.e. character limitations was nice work.
    Climax could have been short more maturely.
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  2. Simon Lundquist
    "With Improvements, This Could Be Great"
    3/5,
    Pros - Meaning
    Cons - Exposure, Length, Sound
    I liked this film a lot, but I do think it was constrained by your camera, the length, and your sound. Your sound cuts in and out awkwardly, next time I would add some fades. Your editing was a bit sporadic. I don't know if there was a time limit, but the speeding up of the video was quite noticeable. Also work on your exposure. Try to get a variable ND filter in the future for when you're moving in/outside.
  3. Spencer Bowman
    "Great story!"
    5/5,
    This was a great example of "less is more." The short run time and single shot allowed the focus to be on the narrative being told. I think the biggest thing to work on would be audio and stability of camera movements - those technical things can really make the difference between student and professional-quality work.