Scene 1, shot 1:The teaser will start off with amedium long shot of the actressgetting into bed.
Scene 1, shot 2:This medium long shot shows theactress falling asleep.
Scene 1, shot 3:This long shot shows the actresstossing and turning about in bed asthough she is having a nightmare.This shot may work better if it’s aclose up so that facial expressionwould be clearer to see. Whenfilming, I could possibly film twotakes, one as a close up and one asa long shot and see what looksbetter when editing.
Scene 2, shot 1:In this medium close up, the actressis seen waking up in a different bedin a completely different room.Instead of having the bed look nice,the actress will be seen just curledup on the bed without any duvetsor pillows because
Scene 2, shot 2:This close up shows the actressjumping off the bed.
Scene 2, shot 3:This shot is a long shot of theactress running across the roomtowards the camera.I think it would be better to changethis shot so that we see her fromthe back running towards the dooras it will help the audience to realisethat she is running towards the doorand not something else.
Scene 2, shot 4:This long shot shows the actresstrying to frantically open the door.
Scene 2, shot 5:This close up of the actress’ hand onthe door handle trying to open thedoor creates tension because inhorror films, when a similar shot isshown, something bad happens orthe actor/actress tends to get ashock before the climax of the film.
Scene 2, shot 6:This scene ends with a long shot ofthe actress standing in the doorwayof the room she was in, and lookinginto the hallway which consists oflots of doors on either side.
Scene 3, shot 1:The first shot of this scene consistsof a long shot of the mother in thebedroom from scene 1, just sittingon the bed maybe holding a jumperor a teddy of her daughters andcrying, because her daughter hasgone missing.
Scene 3, shot 2:This close up shows the father inthe doorway telling the mother thatthe detective has come to speak tothem.
Scene 3, shot 3:This long shot shows the parentsand the detective sat around a tabletalking. To create suspense, thedetectives face is not seen.This shot will actually work better asan over the shoulder shot with thecamera facing the parents but stillbe able to see the back of thedetective.
Scene 4, shot 1:Scene 4 starts off with a close up ofthe actress getting draggedbackwards, away from the camera.
Scene 4, shot 2:This close up shows the actresscrouching in the corner of the roomcrying.
Scene 4, shot 3:This long shot shows things movingaround the room by itself to kind ofshow the ghostly element.I think I will take this shot outbecause it doesn’t really fit into thesequence.
Scene 5, shot 2:This shot shows the actress runningbut looking back over her shoulderdirectly at the camera.
Scene 5, shot 3:This over the shoulder shot showsthe actress having reached the topof the stairs.
Scene 5, shot 4:A high angle/long shot shows theactress running down the stairstowards the camera.
Scene 5, shot 5:This shot follows from the previousshot with the actress still runningdown the stairs.Because the next shot has beenremoved, this shot will then cut tothe end of the teaser with therelease date and title of film.
Scene 5, shot 6:This long shot shows the girl justdisappear from the staircase whilerunning. It will then cut to the endof the teaser with the release dateand title of film.I think this shot should be cut outbecause it wouldn’t really have animpact on the audience because itseems a little out of place.