No question. This is the most egregious, blatantly non-creative, non-cool, total student film red flag. Sure, Hitchcock used it in Vertigo, Spielberg used it Jaws, but enough is enough. Use It cliched, overused, goofy, and overall a bad idea. By the way, what we're talking about here is a simultaneous Dolly-in/Zoom-out or vice-versa which compresses the background while keeping the subject Sat fixed size during the shot. A student-film no-no. (The dolly / zoom is such a mark of a student film, it's a joke in the opening of THE BIG PICTURE.)
The Tortured Artist Film
The story goes like this. A struggling artist (writer / painter / sculptor / musician - 90% of the time, it's a writer) grapples with some sort of inner conflict, (a dead relative, writers deadline, religious confusion, etc). Our tormented soul encounters a muse (beautiful woman, endearing older character, magical artifact, etc) who helps the protagonist come to a sort of realization which ultimately opens the creative floodgates and Allows the character to succeed (finish the novel, paint the painting, sculpt the likeness of the muse, or perform s.the big recital). The Tortured Artist Film usually involves a so-called "man vs.. Himself" struggle which is guaranteed to put you to sleep in the first two minutes. Related to this is the "introspective shot" which usually features the main character staring into space for a good minute (usually smoking a cigarette). File this under "Pretentious s.Shit."
If you do not want your student film to look like a friggin 'episode of Kung Fu, stay away from dream sequences, Grasshopper. A dream sequence generally says "I could not think of a better way to reveal information about the character than this." So-called "funny" dream sequences are usually not.
You've got say, 15 minutes to get your point across in a short film. Every second of screen time should be treated like gold. A time-elapse montage not only demonstrates s.inability to structure your film pacing-wise, it makes the audience wait unnecessarily. Try to find a simple and efficient way to indicate the passage of time without resorting to this too easy narrative device.
You can have a real nice looking short film, but if the sound is bad, the film itself comes across s.bad. Nothing gives away a student film like the soundtrack. Budgets are tight, sure, but many student directors simply do not place any importance and give any thought to what their film sounds like. The result is often a beautiful picture with a badly mixed, distracting audio experience. In the same vein, if you're making a 16mm film, be aware of how crappy the 16mm optical track is going to sound (which is REALLY bad) and try to prepare for it. And now, free of charge, a canonical list of BAD soundtrack musical instruments:
1st Synthesizer (the "p0rn" soundtrack)
2nd Your friend's band (trust me, they suck)
3rd "The lone, slow piano"
4th "The lone guitar" (flamenco esp.)
5th The "impish" clarinet
6th The cello dirge.
7th The "spirited" piccolo.
8th Any kind of wood blocks.
"Look s.me, I'ma director!" shots
Examples include - the gratuitous "fishbowl in the foreground" shot, the "overhead for no reason 'cept we're shooting in a soundstage" shot, the "we think it's cool Dutch canted angle shot" and perhaps most Insidiously the' fridge POV shot ", otherwise known s.the" put the camera inside the trashcan / toilet / mailbox shot ". Ok, maybe you need to get this stuff out of your system, but jus
Antwort von Axel:
The ominous wandering Blur! The excessive Bambi vs. Godzilla header & trailer! The Hähnchenbräte of Recklinghausen in the Magic Bullet Cool Max Green Grunge Look!
Antwort von domain:
written pointedly. One could generalize it synonymous: everything is boring, has nothing lost in a feature film. Belongs to the trivial things by habit or by overfeeding but now quite a lot. You can even try it once when you zap through the TV channels. When something within the next 30 seconds nothing touching about, then the rest of the film in general is just as boring. Good counterexample recently, "... I'm Clint." A fireworks s.noch to good ideas implemented. And as a teacher of subtle humor in his time right now can one Loriot with his shooting. But there are certainly many other examples. These films were produced not very expensive, so would be quite a technical point of realizing synonymous of amateurs.
Antwort von DWUA:
Maybe this will help reduction. www.youtube.com/watch?v=nO-G1GR1Jew s.1: 40 www.youtube.com/watch?v=ex6WCQSQcEY p.6: 10 (Part 1 of 6)
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