My 1 min film called Four. I chose and reproduce the strategies or techniques is: our frames of simultaneous action play in the same screen that follow different characters. I followed by Figgs, Mike’s film-Time Code (2002). The film is constructed from four continuous 93-minute takes that were filmed simultaneously by four cameramen; the screen is divided into quarters and the four shots are shown simultaneously. The dialogue was largely improvised , and the sound mix of the film is designed so that the most significant of the four sequences on screen dominates the soundtrack at any given moment.

There for i select four different pubilc place, Central station, World Square, Chain Twon and Prince Alfred Park. And select 4 different people story. Including having lunch and have a rest, Playing the violin, Singing and Playing basketball. I use the software like (Adobe Premiere Pro), to put the four different screens together.


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