the transitions were typical imovie transitions (never something to use), there was constant camera noise and grunting behind the camera. the story line was a bit out there too. lastly, it could have been shortened up a lot.
and actually the actors/narrators didn't sound like they were taking it seriously but that part is out of your control.
could be made into a fairly good piece with a little more time and a cast that isn't "too cool" to play anything but a G
I don't mean to sound like an ass, but those are some things to think about in the future. I hope it helped!
hey JWoods, whats the difference between a rodeo and a flatspin?
Yeah its my first time filming and editing on a serious level. It's a gothic film for my lit class(mandatory) and the noise levels are difficult because i only have a point and shoot that gets decent footage. The story has to follow certain guidelines which make it relatively wacky and silly and the actors are the group i worked with so its a bunch of people who dont give a fuck about acting...I'm reworking it with some minor edits right now but considering its due today i dont have a ton of time.
Thanks for the help!
I swear to god white kids ruin things black people say faster than Tyler Perry.-El Gato