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Student film making more
lrene Genna gets the sound track ready for
an upcoming production. iS. Kuehlj
For the serious, amateur film-
maker the process of film-making is a
complex multi-media endeavor since
several of the classical art forms are
inherent in the process. While
creating a screenplay, the student
film-maker must represent his idea in
both written form, the script, and
graphic form, the story board- a
series of drawings depicting each
scene chronologically and com-
positionally: the camera's and, ul-
timately, the audiences point of view.
The script might not only indicate
dialogue and screen-direction, but
may also include orchestration of the
soundtrack. Many of the sound mon-
tages approach "music concrete": a
telephone-modulated voice sur-
renders to the strains of a single
guitar, a Swedish dialect is
backgrounded by the familiar
Looney-Tunes tag, a bank of speed-
changed, cross-reverberating kazoos
are augmented by a choir of drunken
mourners. Original songs have been
generated and incorporated into the
New Editor, Cheryl Boone works with Aldon
Taylor at the WISU station located in Dreiser
hall. is. Kuehlj
soundtracks of several films.
Having completed the
screenplay and having procured
talent iactorsj, props, costumes,
access to locations, etc., the film-
maker shoots the scenes. At this time,
stamina is requisite: lt is not unusual
for a 15 minute film to necessitate 12
or more hours of continuous shooting
at a cost of S50-S100 in raw stock.
During the shooting, work within the
graphic and theatric art forms is
After processing the raw stock
icourtesy of the AV Centerj, the film-
maker begins the editing stage of film
production. Bad "takes" are omitted,
scenes are sequentially "rough cut".
then final cutting provides for smooth
flow of action and theme. The editing
process requires an understanding
akin to that requisite in other kinetic
The edited soundtrack is then
transferred to the film. It's finished.
Students entered the first annual
student film award competition this
spring. Under the auspices of College
Women in Broadcasting, Mr.
Lawrence J. Londino and Cathleen V.
Minardi, instructors of RadiofTV Film,
conceived and originated the com-
petition. The competition open to stu-
dent film-makers were judged by Dr.
John Stockwell, chairperson, Dept. of
Speechg Mr. Gale Adkins, professor
of speech, Director: Ftadio-TV
Research, Mr. Whitney Engeran,
chairperson, Art Dept: Mr. James
Hatch, asst. professor of English, Mr.
Keith Hawkins, supervisor of film
productionffilm library, AV Center:
Mr. Linus Haller, motion picture
production asst., AV Center.
An awards ceremony was held in
May with Mr. Londino and Ms. Minar-
di presenting certificates of Recogni-
tion for Cinematic Achievement to
those entrants as prescribed by the
judges' decision. Trophies were
presented to film-makers whose
works were judged most superior in
any of the seven categories.
Spec al F at e-Flm al:
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Best WomenlMinority Film
"Portrait in Grey"
Best 16mm Film
"Hour of the Hedgehog"
Best Super-8 Film
"Funky Closet Freak Blues"
"An Unusual Company"
"ln Ceremonies of the
"Hour of the Hedgehog
Dave Lister enjoys the taping session.
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10 Special Feature-Film Making
Learning while doing-Don Morris gets some
assistance from Larry Londino during the
shooting of "Attack From Comet Sutra."
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Shooting "Attack From Comet Sutra" required
Dave Lister, Deanna Pigg, Don Morris, Gary
Pund, and F-ion Reader to work together to
produce the film.
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Sandison hall residents looked ahead to their
future and petitioned the Board of Trustees dis-
cussion that the dorm would not have 24-hour
vis next year. tChati
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