I like your reflection, really nice.
Where did you study? Your school sounds great!
The first thing I noticed was the (really) long introduction. I want to congratulate you for all the jobs you did, it's no easy task. However, your entire short film is 5 minutes, and your introduction takes up almost two minutes. In short films, time is precious, it's gold-like, don't waste your viewers attention. Second, I really like the shot in 2:23, the idea is cool, a (seemingly) red light illuminating the room. That was nice, and could've been used further for story-telling.
Did you use colour grading? In some shots the actor looks reddish, blushed, and in the next frame he is pale white, only to become red again. I'm new to colour grading, so I know it can be really hard, but try focusing on that a bit more.
Lastly, do things with purpose. Study about psychology, colours, sound, images, and how they all relate to the audience. You did a lot of camera moving but it felt unmotivated. There's always sound and that makes nothing really stand out. Sometimes, leaving a moment of silence can impact much, much more than an eerie arpeggiator. Play with these two. Silence is just as important in music as the notes playing, and it goes the same way with film.
It's all just an opinion, of course. I left some videos below that I think could help. Let me know what you think.
Study about movementhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doaQC-S8de8
Video about psychology in horror filmshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OcAfzK4YPSI
That's a very good idea, do you have any suggestions for any schools? The advantage with this school is the concept in which they built on and have a pretty impressive alumni.
Thank you, I appreciate you answering. Have you heard anything about the Samsung NX1?
Hi, I know that it's been a while now, if you still need it, I can help you. My mother tongue is spanish and have been speaking english my whole life. If you're interested or need me for anything else, please, don't hesitate in contacting me.