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    Okay so I've applied to study film at university and I've managed to have been invited for interviews at most of my choices, and so they're asking me to bring a portfolio with me but I'm not going to lie I have no idea what to include. I haven't filmed anything before, however I can always do this within the next week if needs be on my phone or something. I started off with a sketchbook and tried sticking in pictures to show my favorite types of film/directors/styles and explained why I like them them and how they might influence my work next to them, is this the kind of thing they're looking for? it sounded like a good idea in my head but when I was doing it, it just felt like I was gluing pictures to a piece of paper and I felt awfully immature. I JUST NEED HELP, I DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY ARE LOOKING FOR AND EVERYTHING I READ IS SO BRIEF
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