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People sat around in their 6 th form common room watching a scary movie, the film seems to be scaring everybody but one, and this is freaking the others out. The camera will first have an establishing shot to show everybody in the room. You see the look in the killers eyes although this is the only way you know who the killer is. Then we have a hand held shot that is a POV shot form the killer.
An argument breaks out after one of the boys says that he found the killing that was in the film interesting and he thought it was funny. The scene will mostly be a POV from the killer but I will also have a shot from the side which shows the POV of the audience that are sat there watching them argue.
A girl over hears the killer talking about how he's going to get them back and before she can run and warn the others he grabs her and drags her into the toilet to kill her. I will shoot both a POV shot from the killers point of view and also I will shoot a wide angle shot that pans to follow the killer and his victim. I will still not show the killers head.
The killer has killed the girl and is stood over her looking at her whilst she is leaned up against the wall dead, after he has just killed her and she is covered in blood. I am going to use two shots in this scene, I will use a POV shot from the killers point of view, then I will use a mid- shot that shows both the killers legs and the entire body of the dead girl.
The police arrive to interview the people in the 6 th form about the killing and for information regarding there ware bouts. The policeman suspects something because the not known killer is acting a bit suspicious. I am going to use a series of over the shoulder shots, only to show the policeman though. I will not being showing the killers face at all during the teaser trailer.
Both the last person alive and the killer are in the woods, arguing about why this happened. The killer with a knife in his hand lunges at his victim they both go to the floor and there is a cream. And that's where it ends. I will use a POV shot from the killers view, and will also use a wide angle shot to capture both people. I will then use a high angle shot to show both on the floor, you will still not see the killers face because he will be on the bottem.
Planning For The Unsolved
Type Of Project
I will be making a teaser trailer for my film The Unsolved. The teaser trailer will have certain scenes throughout the film in in including the start of the film, the end standoff, and one of the killings. The killings take place all at dawn hence the name The Unsolved. The film will be mainly hand held with some shots that arent but it will be primarily hand held to show from the killers point of view.
Scene One from the trailer
Hand held shot of the killer looking at the film, then he looks around at his friends soon to become victims.
Throughout the opening scene I will have the names of the stars flash onto the screen with blood smeared around their names.
Scene Two from the trailer
This scene will have the first killing, this killing will happen at dawn to set up why I named the film The Unsolved.
In the scene I wont show the person being killed because that would show people which people died.
This scene will again be mostly hand held, with shots showing the killing from diferent angles.
Scene Three from the trailer
This scene has the ending, the final stand- off between the final survivor and the crazed killer.
This scene will be completely hand held, I want to do this because it will show the emotion on the survivors face when they are facing the killer.
I will have to film this so that it doesn’t ruin the ending.