PD and CMS – Part Three
The film I’ll be doing PD and CMS for this term is called ‘Bump in the Night’.
It’s a comedy about a bunch of students in a flat, when load shedding strikes. One student begins pranking the others in the darkness, with disastrous consequences.
The tagline: ‘Dark Comedy’.
There are three characters, and they’re all very different. I wanted to show their differences in their looks. Ben (the protagonist) will be dressed in neat, nerdy work clothes; Harriett in floral summer dresses with stylish accessories, and Richard (the antagonist) in black skinny jeans, a reptilian green shirt and snake skin boots.
Because there’s nothing as villainous as snake skin boots.
I’m looking forward to seeing the finished film.
Things I Learned in PD and CMS
- The meaning of constructive organic history
- How to make blood
- How to look beaten up
- How to look dead
- How much I like the phrase “spiritual armour”
- Valuable skills for imagining characters and settings
- Colour Psychology and Colour Qualities
- The importance of production design
- CMS’s great ability to communicate meaning to an audience
Here are some images I took for another assignment, making use of colour psychology: