Research – BROAT

Some of my favourite cartoon sequences. I love how some use the cliche whistling noise when they are falling, I think it adds to the humour side of things.

This scene from Alice in wonderland is one of my favourite scenes, from one of my favourite films. It shows the background moving instead of Alice. Also I like the way they use random things flying past her to add the sensation she’s falling. I like the use of sounds effects too. (the screams and groans)

This scene from Spy kids 2 shows how casual they are about falling. It also brings back up the idea of the background moving instead of the character.

This falling scene from the film Crank shows two people fighting whilst falling. Its the first action falling scene I have found and I like the way they use fast cuts to show them falling from both angles.

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My names Kayla and I'm a film student. And this is my blog. This is where I will be posting short films, music, photographs and other inspiring things to help me on my current college course. Enjoy!
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One Response to Research – BROAT

  1. kendalcollegefilm says:

    You’ve clearly identified a lot of potential sources here, Kayla, but I’d like you to go into a little more depth in your analysis of them—how can these sequences from big-budget movies or animations contribute to your own film? What are the common conventions? You’ve identified some of these, but not in any detail!

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