Watch your exposure. A lot of blown highlights near the beginning
Be careful when stabilising. It's a slightly nauseating effect when you can see motion blur without any motion.
The grade is too strong for me. There is miss-match between shots which I assume is down to exposure issues with the camera and it just looks like you have thrown a lot of blue into it rather than giving it a style.
Not sure what camera you were using but see if you can keep it on manual. The shot tilting up on the bridge has an exposure change.
Did you ADR at the top of the hill?
Also isn't some of the soundtrack from SpyGame?
Yes some parts of the soundtrack are from SpyGame.
Was filmed with a camcorder supplied by my school, we weren't allowed to edit any of the settings.
I would just be careful as you credit freesound.org for the music.
What do you mean you weren't allowed to change any of the settings? Seems quite counter productive for that to be one of your stipulations.
We were told by my teacher to just make up the beginning titles (some names were fake names also). You get the marks for simply showing that you can add titles, whether the titles/credits are valid or not doesn't matter.
True but this is only a school production. You can only borrow the cameras for a day at a time, and the teachers don't have time to go through the settings every time a camera is returned to make sure the settings are at their defaults.
99% of the students do not know how to adjust the camera settings, so if the previous user has been tampering with the settings,the next user will most likely be stuck with those settings.