May 25, 2010
Wow. Just wow.

omg-nowai:

deleteyourself:

One for the easily excitable feminists who like to E-Mail me.

Wow. Just wow.

omg-nowai:

deleteyourself:

One for the easily excitable feminists who like to E-Mail me.

May 25, 2010
omg-nowai:

thedailywhat:

Cannot be unseen. (If you’re a Star Wars fan who happens to watch ESPN on a regular basis, that is.)
[reddit.]

omg-nowai:

thedailywhat:

Cannot be unseen. (If you’re a Star Wars fan who happens to watch ESPN on a regular basis, that is.)

[reddit.]

May 25, 2010
(via omg-nowai)

(via omg-nowai)

April 29, 2010
(via omg-nowai, thedailywhat)

(via omg-nowai, thedailywhat)

April 29, 2010
thedailywhat:

Cannot Be Unseen of the Day: The Nintendo 64 looks like a koala, your argument is invalid.
[buzzfeed.]

thedailywhat:

Cannot Be Unseen of the Day: The Nintendo 64 looks like a koala, your argument is invalid.

[buzzfeed.]

April 29, 2010
Feedback and Analysis

The video documentary based on the late Archbishop Anthony Pantin was screened and viewed by several persons including classmates, school colleagues, work associates and friends. The consensus is that the project was well executed.

Among the comments which were based on observaton, was that this project idea was great, in addition they offered that it was creative anhd visionary.

Based on the feedback, it seemed they were thrilled and appreciative of the documentary, one person described it as a project that was ambitious, but did indeed set a high standard for local film makers to emulate. Another viewer complimented the packaged project in its entirety including the editing, the choice of footage and overall flow of the documentary.

Another viewer who revealed in the comments that they were of the Roman Catholic persuasion, was pleased to see that I took up the challenge of revealing the first local Archbishop of Trinidad and Tobago, by highlighting the several aspects of his life especially his involvement with persons of different religious beliefs as well as his championing of humanity on the whole. For others who did not know him, they indicated that the sound clips used were very informative and were not repetitive.

In addition, there were suggestions among the viewers that the documentary should be shown to the wider population, probably on television,  in order to give the nation a better insight of the man many reffered to as “The People’s Priest”.

In terms of the technical aspect of this project, the viewers pointed to the quality of camera work used in he interview process, in one case it was noted there was clearly a small miscalculation on the part of the camera operator, this was nearing the end of the video. However, all seemed to agree the overall editing and camera work including the audio was well done, as it enhanced the documentary.

Noteworthy was the music added in the editing process which set the mood and appealed to the emotions of the audience. The montages were used to bridge several points of the video, as well as for the progression of the documentary to transition from one scene to another.  For example, the short montage of the Catholic symbol was used to bridge the film as it moved from the attempted coup in 1990 to the death of the Archbishop in 2000. This was mainly done in order to keep the documentary within the stipulated time frame, while ensuring the audience was not confused by this progression.

In terms of the finished product, as the executive producer I was pleased with the effort put into bringing this film in to fruition and after examining the project several times individually and in the screening process with an audience, I thought I fulfilled the objective of the project in all aspects.

However, personally I would have personally wanted to create a longer documentary which I thought neccessary based on the depth of the Archbishop  during his 40 years as the head of the local Archdiocese.  I am also of the view that based on my time management skills in this project, I was able to present a finished and coherent documentary that showed my skills and talent, while preserving the aim of this project.

April 26, 2010
Project Feedbak & Analysis

The video documentary based on the late Archbishop Anthony Pantin was screened and viewed by several persons including classmates, school colleagues, work associates and friends. The consensus was that the project was well executed. Among the comments which were based on observation, was this project idea was great, in addition they offered that it was creative and visionary.

Based on the feedback it seemed, they were thrilled and appreciative of the documentary, one person described it as one that was ambitious, but did indeed set  a high standard for local film makers to emulate. Another complimented the packaged documentary in its entirety including the editing, the choice of footage and overall flow of the documentary.

Another view who revealed in the comments that they were of the Roman Catholic persuasion was pleased to see that I took up the challenge of  revealing  the Archbishop by  highlighting and several aspects of his life especially during his tenure as the first local Archbishop of this country. The fact that this documentary highlighted his involvement with persons of different religious beliefs was instrumental in telling his story. For others who did not know him, they indicated the sound bytes used were very information and were not repetitive.

In addition there was agreement separately among the viewers that the documentary would be shown on television to allow the wider population to receive greater insight to the man who was referred to as “The People’s Priest.”

In terms of the technical aspects of the project, the viewers pointed to the quality of the camera work used in the interview, in one case it was noted there was clearly a small miscalculation on the part of the camera operator, this was nearing the end of the video. However all seemed to agree the over editing and camera work including the audio was well done as it enhanced the documentary. Noteworthy was the issue music added in the editing process which set the mood and appealed to the emotions of the audience, which was evident in the feedback from viewers. The montages used the bridge several points of the film, was done to progress the documentary and move from one area of the story to another. For example the short montage of Catholic symbols was used to bridge the film as it moved from the attempted coup in 1990 to death of the Archbishop in 2000. This was mainly done in order to keep the documentary within the stipulated time, while ensuring the audience was not confused by this progression.

In terms of the finished product, as the executive producer I was pleased with the effort put into bringing this film into fruition and after examining the project several times individually and in the screening process I thought that I fulfilled the objective of the project in all aspects. However personally I would have personally wanted a longer documentary, if not for the time constraint. I am of the view that based on my time management skills on this project was able to present a finished and coherent documentary that showed my skills  and talent, while preserving the aim of this project.

 

 

 

April 17, 2010
The End

I got my artwork printed and packaged my dvds.But this was no easy task had to make several rounds because the places i visited either had no ink or dvd cases. Talk about stess.

After several hours running here and there i was able to complete my task. I am glad to finally have be ready to present on Monday.

THE END.

April 16, 2010
Artwork woes

Well today did not go as I had anticipated. First to begin it is seemingly impossible to find a print place in  POS to print my artwork unto the DVD. In addition when i finally drove all the way to Tacarigua (because electro sounds listed number is disconnected) I was told that their toner was out.

Lord help me well I have  to set out early in the morning and find a place that go do this art work for me..or else my goose will be cooked..by (DS).

I am stressed and quite frankly want this to be over.

April 15, 2010
Final Stages

Today I finally rendered and transferred my documentary to DVD’s. This was welcomed after weeks of work on this project. In addition i printed the flyer for the presentation.

Tomorrow I have to deliver the DVD’s to have the artwork put on the case and dvd face. The next step will be to finalize the my production paperwork.

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