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Short Film- Some Stupid Drunk Driver

Sara sneaks out for her first clubbing experience. Let the professionals help you make a short film at WolFang Digital. Creative, effective corporate videos are made here. Continue reading

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Behind The Scenes: Angry Birds Revolution

What my students lacked in funds and equipment, they more than made up for in talent and resourcefulness. This Behind The Scenes film will show you how they shot with limited budget, resources and time. Continue reading

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Student Film: Angry Birds Revolution

Max and Jasmine come into possession of a mysterious and powerful artifact. As they ponder the object’s power, the sinister ‘black coat guy’ comes to claim what rightfully belongs to him. Amidst the struggle for control, no one is left untouched by the artifact’s aura. The questions remains, who will be the master of Angry Birds Revolution? Continue reading

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Student Film (Trailer): Angry Birds Revolution

My project brief required my students to produce a set of 3 films (which I call the ‘Tri-master’): Trailer, Short Film and Behind The Scenes Documentary. It requires them to feature 3 items: Angry Birds, Coconut and Dagger. The film has to have 3 actors and lasts 3 minutes. It must be filmed in 3 locations. Continue reading

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Bollywood Samurai: short film

This is a short film by our Digital Film Making students. The purpose of this film is to study the techniques and principles of producing choreographed action scenes.

Due to the nature of the fast paced action, we paid close attention to the concept of ‘Line Of Action’ and adhered closely to the 180˚ rule. This was done to help the viewers keep track the of events unfolding rapidly on screen.

Our students prepared for the shoot by rehearsing the sword wielding moves. They also practiced the unarmed duel many times to keep their moves as precise as possible. This reduced the amount of NG takes. Continue reading

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