“Sometimes I think people don’t understand how lonely it is to be a kid, like you don’t matter. So, I’m eight, and I have these toys, these dolls. My favorite is this ugly girl doll who I call Clementine, and I keep yelling at her, “You can’t be ugly! Be pretty!” It’s weird, like if I can transform her, I would magically change, too.”
“I have to believe in a world outside my own mind. I have to believe that my actions still have meaning, even if I can’t remember them. I have to believe that when my eyes are closed, the world’s still there.”
The Way is an inspirational and heart-warming film that focuses on the themes of loss, community, faith, and forgiveness.
This week’s microfilm topic was centred on the theme of ‘me’; and through this film I tried to capture the deeply personal headspace of sentimentality and longing for the past.
Detachment (2011) is an emotionally powerful drama and is filled with genuine characters whom explore the important themes that surface within an American high school environment.
To start off a brand new year of filmmaking, here is the first warm up project to get us all back into the rhythm of film school.
With a growth in political correctness and mediation, Henry Thong’s documentary ‘Content Censored’ brings light to the topic of content censorship and creates discussion surrounding this important issue.
Being guided by Tony Nikolakopoulos, the directing actors workshop was an eye-opening experience into the art of getting the best performance out of your actor.
It was incredibly insightful to work with a larger team of people and see how their input shaped the film.
An interesting hurtle during my auditions was handling different personality types and actively changing the dynamics of the audition to bring out the actor’s best performance.
Constructing continuity and balance through lighting.
Stop causing racial segregation in films; all it shows is a lack of creativity.