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First Real Date

Erin Hall and Henry Torres meet up at a Cafe for their first real date !!

Director

Anna Walker

4.7

Producer

Bailey Holmes

4.6

Writer

Reaghan Turner

Anna Walker

4.5

Editor

Anna Walker

4.7

Cinematographer

Anna Walker

4.9

Actor

Reaghan Turner

Bailey Holmes

4.4

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I like that you used the plexiglass between the two actors as it gave the awkward date more awkwardness. I think a more contrast look maybe a night time date would have been closer to resembling Deakins, but I appreciate the work that went into this. Good job.

Elizabeth Galbraith | Sep 23, 2020

Every Shot Counts

Every Shot Counts

I like your effort here. You had a couple shots that really stood out that you thought them through: the top view of the coffee cup, the shots you used to create a strange tension between them. Now take that even further to make your films even better. Think about every shot and how it can tell your story. Maybe a slo...

Chet | Sep 23, 2020

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2.7 Stars

I like that you used the plexiglass between the two actors as it gave the awkward date more awkwardness. I think a more contrast look maybe a night time date would have been closer to resembling Deakins, but I appreciate the work that went into this. Good job.

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Don't Hesitate to Take Risks

2.4 Stars

Good job. I liked what you did here on several fronts but I want to challenge you to take risks in your filmmaking. Make it unique. Push the boundaries. Really light it in a way that isn't right in the middle, just being exposed right, really play with composition of your actors in the frame, move the camera. A quick note: Look at the first shots of your couple and identify where you crossed the 180 degree line. Analyze where you crossed the line and why. Good job though. Keep making films!

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Every Shot Counts

2.3 Stars

I like your effort here. You had a couple shots that really stood out that you thought them through: the top view of the coffee cup, the shots you used to create a strange tension between them. Now take that even further to make your films even better. Think about every shot and how it can tell your story. Maybe a slow pull out making the audience feel even more distant from the characters. Camera movement, really take advantage of what that can do for you story. Good job. Keep filming!

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