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  • 1. Story board Sophie Hodgkinson
  • 2. First shot
    • This is a close up of a ipod which is going to start my film. I will have music over this shot to make it more mysterious on why this shot has started the film.
  • 3. Second shot
    • This shot is a hand held shot from the girl that gets kidnapped point of view. I will also have the same music over this shot as the first one. This will be good as the audience still don’t know what the film is about after the first two shots.
  • 4. Third shot
    • This shot is a low angle shot from the girl getting kidnapped and the interviewer it is the first time that the audience will start to understand what the film is about. A different piece of music will be played over this shot, a more slower music as I want the audience to feel sympathetic for her.
  • 5. Fourth shot
    • This shot is long shot, it is when Ruth (the character that gets kidnapped) first see the kidnapper. I will have a more upbeat music playing in the background.
  • 6. Fifth shot
    • I'm going to keep going back to the low angle shot every time Ruth speaks and also have the same music playing every time I do this, to make sure the audience understand this scene is set at a different time as the kidnapping
  • 7. Sixth shot
    • This shot again is a long shot, it is when the kidnapper follows Ruth down the alley way, I will have a more scary music playing now so the audience understand this is a bad character.
  • 8. Seventh shot
    • This again is the low angle shot where Ruth is speaking about the event that happened to her, the music on the previous shots will be played again
  • 9. Eighth shot
    • This again is a long shot of Ruth behind her back, when she starts to hear a noise that is un-usual and starts to think somebody is behind her. I want again a scary but upbeat music plying over this to create suspense.
  • 10. Ninth shot
    • This is an insert of Ruth ipod, as she is turning her music up to try and block out the noises. I want the music to get louder at this point so the audience have an effect of her action
  • 11. Tenth shot
    • This is again going to be a repeat shot of the low angle shot whilst Ruth has dialogue and music is playing. I don’t want any shot changes in this as I want the audience to concentrate on what Ruth is saying .
  • 12. Eleventh shot
    • This is and high angle shot, this is a shot of the shadows of the two characters, when the kidnapper puts his hand on Ruth shoulder. I want a piece of music that creates supsense.
  • 13. Twelfth shot
    • This is going back to the long shot when Ruth was on her own, we just see from far away Ruth getting kidnapped, I don’t want this a close shot as I want the audience to not see the face of the kidnapper.
  • 14. Thirteenth
    • The end shot of my film is the ipod of Ruth's on the grass what I started my film with, this is a hand held shot and I also want some totally different kind of music over this.