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'UnStrung' - (16mm Black and White Short Film)

Rating:
5/5,
YouTube URL:
  • Duration:
    3:43 Minutes
    Film made while attending:
    University For the Creative Arts, Farnham, England
    Camera:
    16mm Bolex
    Software Used:
    Steenbeck Editor Desk, Adobe Audition
    Other Film Equipment Used::
    Kodak Film Stock
    Unstrung is a 16mm Black and White Short Film shot on a 16mm Bolex camera for our Film course at the UCA (University for the Creative Arts) in Farnham. Massive thank you to everyone who helped make it possible a lot of hard work went into making it

    (Credits Below). Cast: Jack - Luke Munday Millie - Emily Dodd Directed by Anton Arenko Written by Fynn Lithgowe Cinematography by Kat Puddifoot Sound Recording by Luke Munday Edited by Daniel Brent Sound Design by Tashi Wangchuk &Luke Munday Produced by Anton Arenko ©Original Soundtrack by Luke Munday Executive Producer - Ellie Nicholls Special Thank You: Farnham Baptist Church Emily Dodd Ellie Nicholls Waverley Borough Council Filmed on: 16mm Black and White Film Stock by Kodak 16mm Bolex Camera. Shot on location in Farnham, England ©University for the Creative Arts 2018

Recent Reviews

  1. John K Johnson
    ""Less is more""
    5/5,
    Pros - The fact that the actors showed expression instead of actually speaking to one another made me interested in what was next.
    Cons - Needed a little underscore scene music.
    The introduction could've display the leading up to his performance better in my opinion.

    A glance or look at the audience expression would've made his stage fright scene more believable to me.

    She Could've looked out onto the stage to try to encourage him. I think that would've made the scene more interesting.

    I liked how she seemed to have more confidence in him than he did in himself.

    I like how she showed that she still believed in his talent and ability.

    I liked how her expressions told me she was with him through it all.

    Overall I think it was an excellent short film.