Greetings! I need to do better on updating this site. Many regrets I have not done so! For the duration of April, I was working on a short film, The Institute. This dystopian short film not only served as a broadcast assignment, but also counted as a project in AP literature. Working with a cast of all seniors was unique and this project could not have succeeded without the help from my cinematographer, Alek Bundonis. Thanks Alek! I hope you all enjoy this short film! For the month of May, I'm contemplating taking on a comedic short or I may cover the local Shakespeare in the Park and their comedy Twelth Night.
Greetings people! Long time no post and I'm sorry about that. Now on SchoolTube (and my videos page) is my first short film: The Broadway Bomber. This short thriller is about a high school professor with a preference for puzzles who finds himself solving a baffling code from an infamous theatre terror. Enjoy! My inspiration for this video came from the BBC series Sherlock, wherein the title character accesses his 'mind palace' to solve a puzzle, similar in manner to the method I used in the film. Your also notice similarities in my solving sequence and Robert Downey Jr. asTony Stark using his computer and Tom Cruise in Minority Report. For all you movie makers out there who are dying to know which software I used in animating the solving sequence, I simply used Motion, nothing fancy like After Effects.
My name is Keith Hoagland and I am a student who enjoys listening to music, reading, writing, making movies, and acting.