**sorry about the noise of the sirens and wind I hope its not too distracting and I hope you enjoy!**

1. (c.u) black screen with “Kino Pravda”…Carlene Faith in lime green on it

2 . (m.s) trees with light pole and Queens College logo

3. (c.u) Queens College logo with white background

4. (l.s) full view of the Queens College map

5. (l.s) fade into students sitting outside the cafeteria

6. (l.s) fade into students sitting around a table talking inside

7. (m.s) fade into students walking past artwork

8. (l.s) fade into students walking past artwork

9. (c.u) black screen with “The Four…(1994) in lime green on it

10. (l.s) fade into far away shot of artwork

11. (m.s) fade into medium shot of artwork

12. (m.c.u) fade into medium close up of artwork

13. (c.u) fade into close up shot of the centerpiece of the artwork

14. (moving m.s) shot of me in front of the artwork introducing why it is important to the campus

15. (moving l.s to c.u) clip from observational documentary zooming into the artwork

16. (moving m.s) shot of me in front of artwork explaining what its made of, why its there and what it is

17. (c.u) shot of steel scrap metal

18. (c.u) shot of plus sign

19. (c.u) shot of broken glass

20. (c.u) shot of equal sign

21. (c.u) shot of artwork

22. (c.u) black screen with white writing about how amazing the transformation was

23. (c.u) fade into black screen with white writing typing “Donna Dennis”

24. (m.s) fade into picture of Donna Dennis, the artist

25. (c.u) shot of Donna Dennis quote about her artwork and its insperation

26. (c.u) fade into black screen with white writing typing “how the students feel…”

27. (c.u) fade into black screen with white writing typing “Stefani Berlingerio (Graduate Student)”

28. (moving m.s) fade into video¬† of Stefani’s opinion of the artwork, from community interview

29. (c.u) drop down shot of black screen with white writing with quote from Sinyee Cindy Leung

30. (c.u) fade into black screen with white writing typing “Joseph Antwan (Senior)”

31. (moving m.s) fade into video of Joseph’s opinion of the artwork, from community interview

32. (c.u) drop down shot of black screen with white writing with quote from Jenny Lu

33. (c.u) fade into black screen with white writing typing “Thomas Jordan (visitor)”

34. (moving m.s) fade into video of Thomas’s opinion of the artwork, from community interview

35. (moving l.s) shot of me in front of outer rim of artwork making a conclusion about the importance of the artwork

36. (moving c.u) black screen with lime green writing of credits rolling “Thank You for watching…Queens College”

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6 Responses to “Carlene’s Kino Pravda Film”

  1.   Sinyee Cindy Leung Says:

    Haha..you look like a weather reporter reporting something about tornado and all the background noises (ambulences, cop cars, etc.) make you more like reporting something serious!
    Form the video, I can tell that you have put a lot of effort in this assignment!

  2.   Russell Weinberg Says:

    lol, the sound is so inconvienent, but i like how you seemed to keep it focused, although doing a project called four winds of the world, in the wind seems to carry a certain charm about it lol. Good job working through the distractions and not allowing your own self get distracted. I know i would have gotten really pissed if that had happened to me. Good information and good way to make ties to the community in the first segment.

  3.   Zarraf Choudhury Says:

    Wow, that’s a lot of information. And the whole Japanese myth- wow. That’s a fantastic find. Also, good job keeping composure throughout the video, even with all that noise in the background.

  4.   maya1 Says:

    really good information throughout and even though the weather could have made problems while you were filming, you kept the info coming and i really liked it

  5.   Brad Bujan Says:

    You had a great intro! Though the wind and other background noise was a bit distracting you stuck it out. Its amazing how much information you have. I especially like the fact that this piece was created for a symbol to embody the four directions of the world to unify the students.

  6.   John Malach Says:

    Very informative as others said and yea I do love the irony of the whole thing while you were filming it was one of the windiest days we have had this semester. You did a great job with the facts that you found out and the interviews were very well filmed and you found some very interesting people to ask questions too.

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