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After the murder of his ex-girlfriend, Charles is questioned by the detective who is leading the case. Through the help of his friend Alex, Charles recalls how he was working the night of the murder and could not have done it. After his alibi checks out it is revealed how Charles actually got away with it.
Ever wonder what it is like behind the scenes of a film? Redundancy is what you will find. Over a three day shoot for the movie "Stripped!" we did for school, I edited together a montage of the Camera Operator Ian Brennen saying the word "Rolling" in chronological order of the movie. This is quite humourous and at times hypnotic. Enjoy!
This is a film I directed/edited. It was my first directing experience at Sheridan and so I wanted to make it challenging and special. The shots inside the bedroom with the TV in the mirror is all simultaneous (two scenes being shot at once). It was difficult to shoot but we pulled it together and made it happen. I can provide more info on how it was exactly done if you want to know! Enjoy!
Foley is when you are responsible for recreating sounds in film. For example in this video, I was recreating the footsteps for all the characters. The holes in the floor are all different types of surfaces (Dirt, cement, gravel, etc). I decided while I was doing this that I would record a time lapse of the Foley session. Enjoy!