Hi, I'm an AS Media student, and this blog contains research into the different aspects of film and media, specializing in the Slasher genre. The research has all been put towards the development of my coursework production 'Camp Ivy', which I co-produced with Poppy and Millie. Our coursework has been influenced by the rural locations and mise-en-scene in Friday the 13th and Eden Lake.

Friday, 5 October 2012

Sweding Explained + Pitch

Sweding is remaking a film on a practically non-existent budget, with amateur equipment and actors. The idea comes from the film Be Kind Rewind (Michael Gondry, 2008). The point of a swede is to re-create a well known, popular film and make it funny.

I think that the film The Amityville Horror would be good to swede, as there are a lot of events that occur. To reenact some of these events, you would need no special effects or major props. One of the main characters in the film is a little girl, who was shot dead by her father. She is still living in the house, in the closet of one of the bedrooms. To re-make this little girl, we should use a boy, who is tall with short hair. Some of the scenes

Here is the trailer for the film:

A couple of the scenes that could be re-maked:

(0:40 onwards)

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