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Wheel of Life

Submitted By: Hollandfilms
Description: When Tom finishes work one day he recounts the Beautiful Life he had with his wife. (award winning film) Like Holland FIlms on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/HollandFilms
Genre: drama
Run Time: 10 minutes
Camera Used: Sony HVR-A1j
Page Views: 887
Sort by: Average rating: 3 / 5Total reviews: 1
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3 Good Effort, Shows Potential by slentz27
8/20/2013 7:58:01 PM

Pros: Good storytelling and smooth, creative transitions for a young director. I enjoyed the lack of dialogue, which can be overused in short films. I think it`s best to be more visual with storytelling.

Cons: Obvious drawbacks stemming from a clear lack of resources. Many sound issues are circumvented with the use of music. Lacks an external microphone. Cinematography is raw, lacking in intimate angles and falls short on continuity through the use of match cuts. Overall falls short from a photography standpoint.

Other Thoughts: A strong effort for a young filmmaker, showing a focus on exactly what should be focused on now: storytelling. Characters need to be developed more, staying flat with the basic storyline. A strong lead character is needed to pull the audience through this type of story. Cinematography skills need to be honed. This film lacks color, lighting and frame, the real "art" of filmmaking. These things will develop with time and experience. Conclusion 3/5.

Directing:0 Cinematography:0

Editing:0 Acting:0 Sound:0

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