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Final Critique Feedback!

Here’s all the feedback we’ve received during the critique!

 

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-Tighten up video, in the spaces

-Quicken traffic light clip

-Lose Scooby Doo scene in Jazz’s music video

END

-wait a second for title to appear after door closes

-Have conversation of mom and nhi come in early after nhi closes door(or during)

 

-More  EBSPCA

-7 mins or close to

Three different kinds of energy  during the film

-Music*

-Segment – shelter

 

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Rough Cut Feedback

Got a lot of good feedback for tips on what we should add to our film and here they are!

Ideas

  • Parallel Nhi’s homesickness w/ Animals looking for home
  • Roomies playing with pet
  • Intimate moments @ shelter
  • Close Ups

Go Pro

  • First person shot
  • Cat View

Nhi

  • interacting with cat
  • @ volunteer and playing with the cats

 

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Approach

Our film is about:

Nhi’s journey to find the perfect cat and her realization that animal shelters are amazing.

To make this approach, we are gonna talk about:

1.) Pros/Cons of pet adoption

2.) Pets/Animals

3.) The Process

4.) Nhi’s Story

5.) Puppy Mills

6.) Over Population

7.) Staffs/Volunteers

8.) Pet Shelter

 

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Checklist

HEY EVERYONE! THIS IS OUR CHECKLIST! CHECK IT OUT!

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Interview Questions w/ Justin Kurup

We have an interview with Just Kurup, the human education of EBSPCA.

Here are the interview questions:

1.) Tell me about you: your name, your job, how long have you worked there?

2.) How did you get involved with East Bay SPCA?

3.) Why do you think adopting pet is a great thing to do?

4.) Why are rescue homeless animals a concern for a whole community?

5.) Do you know about Puppy Mills issues?*

6.) Can you talk about Overpopulation of homeless animals?* Ex: Cat

7.) Why are all of the issues above an urgent issue?*

8.) How do you think that Shelters could help to stop the cycle of Puppy Mills?

9.) How can other people get involved with helping pets at shelters?

Note: * means the most important questions.

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