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  • 1. Animatic
  • 2. This is an establishing shot so that the audience knows what the locationis
  • 3. This over the shoulder shot establishes Matthew as the main character andshows the location from his point of view. It also shows Matthews hat fallingout his pocket.
  • 4. The next shot is another over the shoulder so that Matthews point ofview is seen again.
  • 5. The next shot is another over the shoulder so that Matthews point ofview is seen again.
  • 6. Matthew is shown in this long shot as well as an object; this helps theaudience to identify that the toy plane is within the narrative.
  • 7. This low angle shot shows Matthew picking up the plane. The angle ofthe camera moves up so the audience can see his emotion.
  • 8. This shot is edited (over exposed) so that the audience can clearly see that is isa flashback. Hand-held shot shows that Kieran and Matthew were oncefriends. This establishes the narrative.
  • 9. The next close up shows the audience Matthews emotions. Again,developing the narrative.
  • 10. The over the shoulder shot of Matthew shows that now another character hasappeared within the location. This makes the audience feel uneasy, yetintrigued.
  • 11. This pan shot of Matthew shows the slower, uneasy movement as hebegins walking up to the unknown character.
  • 12. An over the shoulder shot shows Matthew tapping the other characteron the shoulder, resulting in the audience feeling some suspense.
  • 13. Another over the shoulder shot shows Matthew asking a question. Thefollowing shot shows Kierans reaction and answer; this is called the actionshot.
  • 14. The dialogue is brief in this shot but it then cuts to the sister (Amy) runningdown the road, anxious to find her lost brother. We used a long shot in orderto show all the movement.
  • 15. The next shot is a low angle shot showing Amy finding her brothers hat on thefloor. It then shows Amy looking worried showing that she is uncertain andnervous.
  • 16. An over the shoulder shot is then used for the dialogue between Amy andMatthew. This shows the audience the narrative and that Matthew is the onlyone who can see the unknown character.
  • 17. A close up shot shows Amy confused, implying that she cannot see thisother character.
  • 18. A long shot shows Amy pulling her brother away, again establishing thenarrative.
  • 19. An over the shoulder shot shows Amy and Matthew walking awayconcluding the scene.

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