"My everyday is fading away" : the process of creating a short film as a director, cameraman, main actor and editor (Book, 2012) [WorldCat.org]
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"My everyday is fading away" : the process of creating a short film as a director, cameraman, main actor and editor

Author: Lasse Linder
Publisher: Heerbrugg : Kantonsschule Heerbrugg, 2012.
Series: Maturaarbeit der Kantonsschule Heerbrugg 2013
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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How can you create emotions only using images and sound? For my maturity paper I wanted to create a short film as a director, cameraman, main actor and editor using only basic equipment. The first part of the film is about the excessive use of televisions, computers and smartphones in our everyday life shown in the life of a lonely teenager, underlayed with a dramatic and sad song. The young man is wearing a paper  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lasse Linder
OCLC Number: 843150984
Notes: Maturaarbeit.
Description: 27 Seiten + 1 DVD.
Series Title: Maturaarbeit der Kantonsschule Heerbrugg 2013
Responsibility: Lasse Linder.

Abstract:

How can you create emotions only using images and sound? For my maturity paper I wanted to create a short film as a director, cameraman, main actor and editor using only basic equipment. The first part of the film is about the excessive use of televisions, computers and smartphones in our everyday life shown in the life of a lonely teenager, underlayed with a dramatic and sad song. The young man is wearing a paper bag on his head that symbolizes his unawareness of the real world and shows that the teenager's mind is completely lost in the superficial online world. After having started the second song, the spectator is able to see the teenager enjoying the diversity of our beautiful planet. He is not wearing the paper bag anymore and he is spending time with his friends. The pace of the film is very fast and there are a lot of scenes about friendship, fun, cities, nature and a varied life. The teenager is alive now. My goals were that the viewer thinks about his own lifestyle in aspect of using media (social networks, computers, televisions, smartphones) and that the spectator has a smile on his face when he is watching the second part of the film and wants to "stay longer" in one of the scenes.

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