"Me Too"
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"Me Too"

"Me Too"

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Published: March 24, 2019 0 0 194
By: Paige Brunsen, Columbia College Chicago
Category: Film & Television
Hashtags: #cinema #DigitalCinema #Editing #Editor #Fiction #Film #filmediting #metoo #Narrative #NonDialogue #Post #Postproduction #studentfilm #Video #Videoediting #videoeditor

"Me Too" is a short fiction film with no dialogue. It follows a young woman living with a roommate who's relationship is beginning to show signs of abuse. The woman struggles with how to come to her roommate's aid due to her own past experience with trauma. This film is inspired by the #MeToo movement and women supporting women. Created for a class, I assisted in writing, production, and was the lead in post-production. In creating "Me Too," I learned valuable editing skills, such as utilizing cutting on action, playing with jump cuts, and segmenting story. This film challenged me to embrace non-dialogue narrative by focusing in on the actors' expressions and body language as opposed to their voices.

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