Revised Shot List for Thriller

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Revised Shot List for Thriller

  1. 1. SHOT LIST
  2. 2. Shot 1 Shot 2 Characters: Eve Characters: Hazel Location: Field/dyke Location: Bedroom Camera Angle: Long shot/rule of thirds Camera Angle: Close up Lighting: Ambient Lighting: Nonambient Insert scenery shot to establish location.
  3. 3. Shot 3 Characters: N/A Shot 4 Characters: Hazel & Cha Cha Location: Bedroom Location: Bedroom Camera Angle: Close up Lighting: Nonambient Camera Angle: Close up Lighting: Nonambient
  4. 4. Shot 5 Shot 6 Characters: Eve Characters: Eve Location: A different bedroom Location: Bedroom (same as shot 5) Camera Angle: Close up Camera Angle: Extreme close up Lighting: Ambient Lighting: Ambient
  5. 5. Shot 7 Shot 8 Characters: Hazel and Cha Cha Characters: Eve Location: Burnt down house Camera Angle: Long shot Insert scenery shot to establish location. Location: Empty road Camera Angle: Medium shot/low angle Lighting: Ambient Lighting: Ambient
  6. 6. Shot 9 Characters: Eve Location: Field/dyke Shot 10 Characters: Hazel and Cha Cha Location: Field/dyke Camera Angle: Medium close up with a tracking shot Camera Angle: Over the shoulder Lighting: Ambient Lighting: Ambient
  7. 7. Shot 11 Characters: Eve Location: Field/dyke Camera Angle: Birds eye view Lighting: Ambient Shot 12 Characters: Hazel and Cha Cha Location: Field/dyke Camera Angle: Medium close up with a tracking shot Lighting: Ambient
  8. 8. Insert scenery shot to establish location. Shot 13 Shot 14 Characters: Eve Characters: Eve Location: Abandoned barn Location: Abandoned barn Camera Angle: Over the shoulder Camera Angle: High angle Lighting: Ambient Lighting: Ambient
  9. 9. Shot 15 Characters: Eve Location: Abandoned barn Camera Angle: Close up Lighting: Ambient/Non- Shots 1 to 14 will work as a shot reverse shot sequence. There is however the possibility that more shots could be added in here to make the scene longer, but we won’t know this until we are filming.

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