EAR MOVIE. 5 - 10 minutes. Again, DUE THIS WEDS. APRIL 25.
1) The story unfolds via dialogue and sound effects (w. very little narration). Again, in the previous podcast the sound effects simply illustrated the narrated story; here, the sound effects are meant to propel the story.
You must use opening music, closing music, one sting, one bridge, one sound effect bed, one musical bed, and at least six isolated sound effects (of those six, you have to record three yourself from real life).
2) Turn your ear movie into a video in which the audio is accompanied by a slideshow of still photos or art (original or found online) that enrich the work without undermining its integrity as an audio narrative. Consider applying various animations: pans, zooms, and transitions.
Post your movie below (or e-mail the link/attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org ) by class time Weds, April 25.