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PREMLIMINARY POWERPOINT PRESENTATION By Paula Duru, Cerise Clarke and Mickella Swaby
Brainstorming What will happen and what will be used in Preliminary Task? Paracetamol or Water bottle Two actors Mickella and Paula Chair and Table One character will be in a down unwell mood, one will be supportive The conversation task will be filmed in a class room The conversation: is discussing about a party that happened the night before that caused - Paula to have a headache after drinking a lot of alcohol
180 Degree Rule The 180 Degree Rule states that two characters in a scene should always have the same left/right relationship to each other. If you don't follow the 180 Degree Rule, or break it intentionally, it disrupts the scene disorients the audience.
Match on Action Match on action is when something is happening in a scene and there is a cut during the same action that is going on. - The 2 characters front view in first picture. - Second cut is the characters from the back.
Camera Shots and Angles Is a shot of someone or something taken from a camera angle from the shoulder of another person to the back of the shoulder and head of this person. This shot helps to establish the position of each person and get the feel of looking at one person from the other's point of view. A 2 shot is a frame with 2 people or 2 subjects. This is to show a relationship between people or subjects Extreme close up is a close of that focuses on a particular area of the face with NO background. This is to show emotion. A close up a is a shot that concentrates on the face and shows very little background. Establishing shot of a shot of a new scene, designed to show the audience where the action is taking place. What it is used for and why? Visual Over the shoulder shot 2 shot Extreme close up Close up Establishing Shot