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Storyboard Analysis

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Coursework thing.

Coursework thing.

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  • 1. Storyboard Analysis
  • 2. Establishing shot of the classroom.
    Extreme close-up of characters hand to give the audience a closer look.
    Extreme close-up of protagonists eye for dramatic effect.
    Close-up/mid-shot of artist.
    Mid-shot of protagonist as he enters ‘another world’ .
    Handheld camera to create drama and tension.
  • 3. Master shot of television screen. The TV is watching us.
    Canted framing.
    Low lighting for a more dramatic effect.
    Close-up of hand on door.
    Quick zoom out to reveal a new setting.
    The artist is wearing a black trench coat which gives him a rather mysterious look.
  • 4. Children are presented as adults and vice versa.
    Establishing shot. Neutral lighting.
    Over-the-shoulder shot.
    The artist appears in the same locations that the protagonist has previously visited.
    Extreme close-up of artist singing [Contextual].
  • 5. Quick cuts for a more dramatic effect.
    Panning shot of subsidiary character.
    This shot is repeated numerous times to reflect the idea of dreams and imagination.
    Editing to be used to manipulate the colours that appear on screen, for a more surreal effect.
    Tilted angle as his face come sin to view.

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