“Guerilla filmmaking is a term used to describe low-budget films that do not meet the typical production values of a studio film. Films made in this process are usually made for less money, with a smaller crew and less equipment. Although many see the lack of resources as a detriment, supporters believe that freedom from oversight common to guerilla films is worth the hardships, at least on an artistic level.” (source, wiseGeek.com)
PLEASE MAKE SURE FILMS ARE TURNED ONTO 1080p HD SETTING AND WATCH ON FULL SCREEN!
Above is a playlist of the five films I wrote and directed for my Guerrilla – Filmmaking module. The module runs at The University of Roehampton, by Dr. William Brown.
Below is the brief set out for the students;
Each film should be between one and three minutes in length, and must respond to a different challenge and/or question. As follows:
- Make a film that does not feature moving images and which responds to the question: what is Great Britain?
2. Make a film using a mobile phone or tablet that is about multiculturalism.
3. Make an experimental, animated or found footage film that takes the form of a letter to a loved one.
4. Make a film about a human rights issue that does not feature any synchronisation between image and sound.
5. Make a film that consists only of one take, and which addresses a political issue that concerns you.
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