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The Blair Witch Project The movie The Blair Witch Project is one that seemed to cause a commotion amongst film reviewers and the actual public Its a very interesting film about three filmmakers who are actually making the film that you watch The emotion in the film leads the viewers to believe that its real The film is by independent directors unknown to most of the public They attended the University Of Central Florida the school I would like to attend Their style of filmmaking is different than what I have ever seen and the unusual and unique way they made the film is part of the excitement of seeing it This movie really had no writing What the directors did was placed their actors in the woods gave them real cameras audio equipment and a GPS system and told them to find their way to camp The actors knew when they had reached their destination because there was a box set out with the supplies they would need until they traveled to the next site Inside the box were three envelopes each addressed to an actor Inside they would find a scenario of how the directors thought they wanted the scene to go Then the people would act out the scene adlibbing their parts I believe that the Blair Witch Project had some sort of historic value because of the way the movie was shot It seemed to be the first movie where the actors actually made the entire movie most of it being in their point of view It was a movie without the typical rules of the trade One thing that made it so big was that the directors brought attention to the film before it was even out in theaters by creating commercial teases and also by creating a website claiming that the soon to be released film was a true story a documentary found a
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