Body Language: Movements and postures representing and backing up what your saying in films.
Camera work/ films Techniques: using your professional skills and techniques to operate the Camera in films.
Dialog: A conversation between two people.
Editing: Making the Films more interesting, effective and better.
Lighting: Using different lighting sources to suite the best in all films while shooting a film.
Music: Music gets the feel of drama and affections towards the person watching.
Narration/ Voice over: The voice of a visible character explaining or expressing thoughts.
Special effects: An illusion created for films and television by props, camerawork.
Structure: The arrangement of and relations between the parts or elements of something
Use of voice: To know what the characters are talking about and to explain how the story goes.
Should Maori be contemporary in all New Zealand schools?
I don’t think all schools should be contemporary to all schools. I think that there should be different sorts of schools around New Zealand so that all kiwi kids can choose to learn Maori or not. Making maori contemporary for all schools is a bit to harsh. I think there should be a age limit or be able to choose whether you would like to take Maori as your subject or not. Like If your child is in Kohanga or about 2/3/4/5 they should start learning maori then