Thanks for the feedback and the viewing: appreciate it.
I study more to do with theory and aesthetics so Im well not up to par yet on technical competance, I only do one module to do with production at the moment and that is very vague. They just gave me a camera and I got together a team to make a film and that was it; very few tips so i appreciate your knowledge.
I have taken in what you had to say and they mostly are criticisms that I have acknowledged myself, this was actually my first time ever using a video camera hence I was bound to make mistakes. I believe that pre-production the idea was fine but it was during and post production the difficulties were obvious, but thats where the learning part comes into it isn't it.
As far as the submitting work part goes, I am very young and naive to this but I feel that some work is better than no work and as long as you got something you should show the world at least a percentage of your potential. If you hide something away pretending that its perfect and are scared to put it to public domain then that sort of defeats the art of entertainment?
I am very proud of my work, this did not come overnight and it is at the end of the day an exclusive piece on a club that a lot of celebrities in this part of the world come to: the whole experience to this has been greater than any film can be. Beginner film is about experience of course.
Thanks for taking time out, Nick.
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