Storyline, editing and a whole lot of running around
I’ve always been a very extrovert. Loved to be on stage, looking back at a point I almost craved people’s attention.Working behind the scenes taught me humility and quickly made me realise that takes a village to make even a short film happen.
Next up we looked into the work of the art department.Looking at even a still shot from Park Chon Wook’s The Handmaiden makes you wonder how much artistry goes into the motion picture (and my recent obsession with K-Pop’s BTS just made Korean cinema even more interesting).
If I remember correctly the first Korean art film I saw was I’m A Cyborg but that OK a deliciously weird love story that has the effect of playing like Paganini on your heartstrings while thinking to take some weapon handling lessons to destroy at least a few cans while practising.
The art cinema scene in Budapest is quite something if ever given the chance to go longer than a weekend, it's definitely recommended.Next up we took on editing, the challenge of editing, which is a skill I can already tell will be a lifelong journey to master.
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That's a wrap, folks! :)