Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Earthquake Terror!!

In our Media Studies class we choose out of a hat a style of movie....I got SHOCKER! We then had to story board the story and get a crew together to make the movie. I felt happy when my movie was finished because then everyone could enjoy the story!!
video

9 comments:

Glenbrae Room 7 said...

HI Paul and fellow actors,
We thought you simulated the earthquake very well. It is a great way to help younger students to know how to keep themselves safe in an earthquake.
Room 7
Glenbrae School

Melville Intermediate said...

Paul and Robert.
I LOVED the special effects that you created for this movie. You had some very creative ideas like the books been shaken off the shelf. I was actually in an Earthquake, when I lived in Tauranga in 1987 and was at school and it was very similar! This movie had a good ideas all over it and I think that you can be very proud of the finished product.
Mr Webb and Room 8, Melville Intermediate, Hamilton.

Room 10 @ Pt England School said...

Kia Ora Robert, Paul & others
You did a fantastic job making this movie. Was it difficult to come up with the idea and storyboar it?
You are very clever. That idea out of a hat is awesome. I might try it sometime on my children.

Miss Lavakula

Anonymous said...

That was a great show.that was really funny and entertaining movie.I hope you make another wonderfull show.
from dawn

spxroom6 said...

WOW!!!!!!!that was A-M-A-Z-I-N-G IT WAS SO FUNNY WHEN ANITA AND SEMAIA WERE RUNNING AROUND AND SHOUTING KEEP UP THE EXELLENT WORK
WELL DONE=)
FROM SEPA

Anonymous said...

really interesting.i loved it.i hope i see another one

Anonymous said...

hey .paul
good movie well done

from seini

Anonymous said...

Well done Paul and the actors. That was a great movie. I really liked your movie effects they were very realistic. I look forward to seeing more of your work.
Mrs Benade

PES Blog said...

Dear Paul and Robert and your friends.

I enjoyed your movie and I am glad that you know what to do in an earthquake.

Let's hope that we never have to use those skills, eh?

Keep up the good work.

Mr. Griffiths
Tamaki College