March Film (peers)
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Film you re-viewed *
1. The Narrative
on a scale of 1 to 5 (think: 1 being in the style of a casual group presentation & 5 being a planned Film-Student Production) give feedback on the film you re-viewed
a. Characters... *
Unclear/ confusing
Well established characters
b. Situation/goal... *
Unclear/ confusing
Well established
c. Film clarity *
Very difficult to follow story
Film makes sense from beginning to end
d. Audience engagement
Limited audience appeal (too many in-jokes, etc.)
Engages wide audience
2. Cinematography
on a scale of 1 to 5 (think: 1 being in the style of a casual group presentation & 5 being a planned Film-Student Production) give feedback on the film you re-viewed
a. Camera shot choices *
appears as first & only take
Uses camera to tell story - shot choices and takes are planned
b. Camera angles *
Camera captures story & little more
Uses camera to tell story - angles chosen provide more meaning
c. Focus *
Many shots out of focus
All shots in focus & choice of focus adds meaning
d. Tripod *
No tripod use (& should have been)
Tripod used always when needed
3. Mise en Scene
on a scale of 1 to 5 (think: 1 being in the style of a casual group presentation & 5 being a planned Film-Student Production) give feedback on the film you re-viewed
a. Lighting *
Subjects are too dark and/or lighting is uneven and distracting
Lighting is controlled when needed & appropriate throughout
b. Composition & Framing *
Little attention paid to composition/ framing (all similar shots, lots of distractions, etc.)
Framing & scene composition planned - location & what is in frame adds meaning
4. World of the Film
on a scale of 1 to 5 (think: 1 being in the style of a casual group presentation & 5 being a planned Film-Student Production) give feedback on the film you re-viewed
a. Obvious effort has been made to create/control/enhance the physical setting of the story. *
Not done; it is obvous where the scene was filmed & story does not take place there
Yes, controlled setting or found perfect location for where the story takes place
b. Obvious effort in costume choice/design. *
No, clothing not consistent or not appropriate for char.
Costumes appropriate & add meaning to character/ story.
5. Editing
on a scale of 1 to 5 (think: 1 being in the style of a casual group presentation & 5 being a planned Film-Student Production) give feedback on the film you re-viewed
a. Transitions *
Choppy, hurried, not smooth
Seamless & appropriate
b. Audio *
Distracting & uneven (too loud/quiet)
Well mixed & level throughout
6. Sound
on a scale of 1 to 5 (think: 1 being in the style of a casual group presentation & 5 being a planned Film-Student Production) give feedback on the film you re-viewed
a. Dialog Clarity *
Unable to decipher dialog multiple times
Dialog level & clear throughout
b. Music & Effects *
Distracting
Enhances film - adds to meaning & appeal
7. Opening & Closing Credits
on a scale of 1 to 5 (think: 1 being in the style of a casual group presentation & 5 being a planned Film-Student Production) give feedback on the film you re-viewed
a. Opening Title *
Missing
Adds meaning, excitement, & appeal to film
b. End Credits *
Missing
All names & roles included & credits enhance film
And lastly...
Final comments on the film: *
Here - add a little commentary or a general reflection (like what you liked best, what you wish they had done/done more of, etc.)
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