Here comes the final week for this project where I have my final version of the movie trailer called Blackout.
*All footages were recorded in San Francisco – California
Adobe After Effects (transitions, movements, and treatments) and Adobe Premiere (sound effects).
This week I refined my series of posters and was assigned to create a first draft for my movie trailer using my the typography feeling that I created.
Movie Trailer (1st draft)
On my movie trailer, I want to express an extension of the feeling that the audience can experience in the series of posters that is a survival movie during a worldwide blackout. Thus, showing the blackout itself mixing with action, suspense, chaos and dramatic changes.
Adobe Photoshop (background images), Adobe After Effects (transitions, movements, and treatments), and Adobe Premiere (sound effects).
This week I continue exploring ways to show the emotions of my movie called Blackout through a series of 3 posters.
Action & Suspense
A group of students, a survival expert and a couple readying themselves for a baby, endure a worldwide blackout that forces them to endure the worst of human nature as society falls apart around them and trying to stay alive and protect each other in this disaster thriller from director Louis Mandylor. As the students rally around each other, the couple tries to protect themselves, as well as the child on the way, by following the trained expert.
Posters directions keywords:
The anxiety levels are up, adrenaline rush, people hunting on streets, total chaos, struggle to survive, sudden and dramatic changes, terrifying and suspenseful.
For this week I focused to explore visual directions to my word that became a title for a movie, and I come up with 3 final posters compositions.
EXPLORATIONS // BLACKMAILED
EXPLORATIONS // BLACKOUT
Continuing play with reflections using different media and materials
For this week I am starting to imagine some characters that my letters could have, so I come up with a list of 15 words for each letter.
| Letter “B”
|| Letter “E”
Exploration using letters made with candle wax