I’ve managed to edit out the clip you need, as a glorious DivX avi file that gives you the original aspect ratio of the film. You may need to download the DivX codec to view it (just google DivX and download and install the free codec if you find you can’t open the clip). I’ve also converted it to a WindowsMedia file just in case you can’t deal with the avi for some reason, but the WM file is horribly compressed, and squeezes the widescreen framing of the original into a much narrower frame.
My problems with Frog seem to have been resolved so I will put it on there (hopefully it will be there by the time you read this, but if not, please be patient: I’ll do it soon). If for some reason you have problems accessing Frog, please let me know and I’ll see if I can sort out an alternative. I’m also trying to upload some other resources including an excellent resource from the British Film Institute that tells you everything you need to know about Film Language using a short animated film to illustrate all the micro elements we need to look at.
More about that if I do manage to upload it. it’s a huge resource and I think I’m going to have to do it in school rather than via the internet from home.