Our brief for our prelim film was that it had to include a match cut. 'Match cut is a cut in film editing between either two different objects, two different spaces, or two different compositions in which an object in the two shots graphically match, often helping to establish a strong continuity of action and linking the two shots metaphorically' (Wikipedia).
Inspiration for what out scene was going to be about came from a Metro. As a group we were all quite stuck on where to begin or what to do. After seeing an article headline we immediately knew that we should use that. This is another example of intertextuality.
We had a dialogue between a drug boss and his employee, where the boss ends up getting shot. Initially it was supposed to be serious however when actually filming it, it was a bit of a comedy.
When editing it we realised it was a bit dark so we adjusted the brightness on final cut pro.
As a group on the whole we were quite happy with the work that we produced considering we didnt have an actual plan to start off with.