Analysis Of Interviews

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Analysis Of Interviews

  1. 1. Analysis of Interviews ‘In The Teeth of Jaws’ and ‘TheSimpsons 20th Anniversary Special in 3-D! On Ice!’
  2. 2. In The Teeth Of Jaws - Analysis• All of the interviews are framed either to the left or the right. The positioning changes in order from interview to interview in order to make it more visually interesting.• They are shot in medium close up or close up with the interviewee looking at the interviewer. The interviewee is on the same eye line as the interviewer and the rule of thirds is followed.
  3. 3. In The Teeth Of Jaws - Analysis• The mise-en-scene used is relevant to Jaws. Chromakey is also used to put the different interviewees into the mouth of a shark.• Cutaways are used in the form of archive material included book covers and shots of what seems like hovering over open water.
  4. 4. In The Teeth Of Jaws - Analysis• Graphics are used on the bottom of each interview to identify who the interviewee is. They also explain their relevance to the topic in a few words.
  5. 5. The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special – Analysis• Most of the interviews are framed to the left or right. However, some could be described as being more central on screen. These are all in mid-close up or close up. However, there are also interviews with two interviewees meaning that these are filmed in a two shot with one person to the left and the other to the right. The interviewees look at the interviewer mot directly into the camera.
  6. 6. The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special – Analysis• The interviews follow the rule of thirds.• The mise-en-scene of each interview relates to the interviewee or the subject of the documentary. These include cut outs of characters.
  7. 7. The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special – Analysis• The questions are edited out of the interviews and cutaways are used in order to blend the interviews together and to avoid jump cuts. These include archive material in the form of old Simpsons episodes.
  8. 8. The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special – Analysis• Graphics are used on the screen. These give the name of the interview as well as there relevance to the topic. The backgrounds of the interviews usually relate to their relevance to the topic also.

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