FMP: The Timeline Process

The whole experimental part of my film is that the visuals do not go with what is being said within the audio, and so I have been advised to  write down the various parts of audio on pieces of card, and write down all of my intended shots on pieces of card and put them into a hat and as they come out that will be their order. I have certain ideas for the beginning and end and so I have picked those one outs specifically, but everything in between has been totally at random.

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Not only was doing this fun and exciting but through doing this process I have learnt that sometimes not having control over everything is best, as some of the shots that were paired up with the audio I could really visualise and see working, this would not have happened or even been experimental had I chosen exactly what goes with what.


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Ambitious and driven but knows how to have funnnn :)

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