‘The Other Southbank’ // Pilgrim Films, 2009.

Using a locked off camera angle throughout, ‘The Other Southbank’ combines considered imagery with music, ambient audio and spoken word interviews. The style is contemplative and allows for engagement on the viewers behalf, but simultaneously effortless viewing. This is due to the considered framing and well thought out editing style.

Furthermore, the use of music is not overpowering and provides another layer to the piece. This is due moments of quite with little or no music, combined with other moments with more obvious layers of audio.

 

J.

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