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Tuesday, 6 December 2016

Manaiakalani Film (come and see) Room 1

WALT: write a film review for one of the Manaiakalani Film Festival movies.



WRITING:

Narrative:
Room 1’s Manaiakalani film was about a delivery man, who needs to deliver Chromebooks to Pt England students. His phone dies on him and he was lost. He went to different places of Pt England. He found the School and delivered there new Chromebooks. The message behind the film was on how Pt England is a digital school. This film is suitable for 8 years and over because the cause the adolescent children watching this film is because some movements in this film may think to them that can do it too.

Cinematography:
The lighting was consistent because in every place of the film it was shady and bit bright. The camera angles were high, low and straight. The cameras that were used in the film were Gopro and using the camera stick.

Sound:
The dialogue was clear to hear. The music in the background was all about Pt England school and the digital learning objects. The song was for the the ambassadors. It explained that it’s the 21st century we are living, and we’re striving to succeed and about us choosing life and dreams. The film was about getting digital learning objects.
Scene:
The different film sets were the beach, pools and room 1’s classroom. The sets that where in the film were filmed in different places of Pt England.

Editing:
The story flows with the students actions and the actions flow to the music of film.
The shots that were taken, were not too short and not too long but it was just right. Each of the scenes were amazing, it had heaps of good qualities in the camera shots.

Rating:
Room 1’s Manaiakalani was ⅘ it wasn't perfect but it was the best way to tell a story about Pt England School. Pt England School is a digital school and the student of Pt England always strive to succeed, no matter where they are.

1 comment:

  1. Malo e lelei Lotu,

    I'm Mark, a teacher working for the Summer Learning Journey you signed up for at the end of term. You might not know it, but it is part of the Manaiakalani group, which you seem to have gotten to watch a movie with haha!

    I just thought I would remind you that the Summer Learning Journey still exists if you want something different to do during the holidays. There are loads of activities and learning opportunities about travel and the world if you are interested. The best part about it is that you get to choose what you learn. There are lots of people commenting, and quite a few of your classmates have decided to start it up.

    Regardless of whether you join in or not, I hope you're having a great holiday!

    Mark

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