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Day Three: Genre and Generic Conventions

By Michael-Ali Galvin

Locked Out is, at its heart, a teen horror film. This was done because this genre appeals greatly to our target audience of the Wellington College community. 445 more words

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Day Two: Plot Development And Planning

Calvin and I spent an hour at lunchtime, crunching over some basic ideas of the plot, and producing a basic storyline. The initial concept of looking at a teenager stripped of friends, family, and the electronic world was developed greatly and introduced a new theme of alcoholism. 160 more words

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Day One: The Characters

By Michael-Ali Galvin

This film focuses on an unnamed character, who will be referred to as “The Boy” during production. This character is a teenager, who wears a Wellington College uniform perfectly, and with obvious pride. 206 more words

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Day One: What Is It All About?

By Michael-Ali Galvin

The premise of this film is simple: a boy comes home from school and realizes he has left his key inside, thus locking himself. 67 more words

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Slide Film Development Kit

In this video I am just showing how easy it is to mix up the working solution for slide film development. Its pretty simple but from reading posts on various websites this is one aspect of the process that seems to trouble people. 36 more words

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New Video: INSIDE THE DARK BAG

A quick video that takes what goes on inside a dark bag, or changing bag, and brings it outside.  I decided after the B&W film developing video to take a few minutes and develop a video that really walks through how to load film using a changing bag.   15 more words

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New YouTube Video B&W Film Developing - PMK Pyro

Posted new video on B&W Film Developing.  Focus is an overview of just how easy it is to do and why you’d want to shoot film and develop your own film.   38 more words

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