We managed to a few vital scenes done , however we need a high angle shot of two sixth form students who play lead roles in this sequence to enter the building so this sequence makes sense, as of right now it's a little jumpy. We gathered the students round the table and projected our map onto the board and made out that this was a meeting about the other groups. This was clear , but it was unclear that this was the government so we are trying new ways to make this clear for the audience to see.
Sunday, 13 March 2016
Tyrell, Jacob and I managed to get the help of some eager sixth form students to start filming the essential parts of our title sequence, the scene that includes the government conference. I was in charge of cinematography today , so I really wanted to make sure this scene was perfect and symmetrical because I felt that this would give it a professional feel to it and would add to the seriousness of this scene for our sequence. I mainly excuted shots like mid shots and establishing shots but I also included some tracking as well as match on action - which was executed via final cut editing. I also never broke the 180 degree rule when changing angles and shots.