Storyboard Analysis

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Storyboard Analysis

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

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