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Research and planing

  1. 1. BriefWe must produce the opening two minute for a thriller.
  2. 2. Research• -Thriller conventions• -Target audience• -Analysis of similar• -Todorovs narrative theory• -Propps character theory• -Camera shots• -Sound• -Actor• -Story• -Narrative• -Roles and responsibilities• -location• -Influences• -Script
  3. 3. Proposal• Production name: Four3Cubed• Film title- Number five• Genre- Action thriller• Age- 12+
  4. 4. SynopsisNumber five is a story about a teenager who wants to getrevenge for his dead parents. One day a mysterious maskedman comes to his house and kills his parents and then gives theprotagonist a gun an and directions to find him so he can try andget revenge. In the end he fails but he get’s so close to his goal.
  5. 5. Thriller genresThe purpose of a thriller is to build up tension and keep the viewer in a state ofsuspense, they also try keeping the view intrigue and wondering. Thrillers alsoincorporate smaller factors to make them good thrillers, things like cliff hangers help todistinguish the a sense of suspense leaving the view to ponder what they think is goingto happen next. Thrillers are usually defined by the mood they portray . “Sensational andsuspenseful” stories and stories creating “fearful excitement” are two definitionscommonly used.Subgenres Of ThrillerAction ThrillerFocus on the action, and you have an action-thriller. This is more common in moviesthan novels because of the visual appeal of explosions and violence.Conspiracy ThrillerIn this subgenre the protagonist must confront a large, powerful organization orgroup that is seen as a teats to him. Usually he must stop the organization alone or withhis own group of people who have similar beliefs.Crime ThrillerFocuses on crime, and is usually from the criminal’s view point. Physical action andeluding the police take the place of gathering evidence and trying to discoverthe criminal. they usually end with the criminal being or the criminal escaping to anisland where law doesnt effect them.
  6. 6. Disaster ThrillerIn this subgenre a (usually) natural disaster is taking place, and the antagonist is eithertrying to stop the disaster, the extent of the disaster, or just save themselves before timeruns out and the disaster has run its course.Forensic ThrillerIn this subgenre the protagonist(s) are forensic scientists whose involvement in an unsolvedcrime threatens their lives.Legal ThrillerThis subgenre takes place in and around the courtroom. Usually the protagonist is a lawyerwho has found their case threatening death for either them or their client.Mystery ThrillerThis is a subgenre of both mysteries and thrillers. It differs from a regular mystery by beingmuch more fast-paced, with the protagonist on the run and the threat of another crimeserving as the “ticking clock.”Psychological ThrillerA personal favorite. In this subgenre a lot of the conflict is mental, rather than physical. Theprotagonist has become involved in a dangerous situation which literally threatens theirsanity. They must use mental prowess to overcome their opponent, whether the battle isinside their own head or it a battle of wits.Supernatural ThrillerIn this subgenre otherworldy elements are introduced, usually as an antagonistic force, butjust as in the romantic thriller, the plot line and feel or distinctly that of thrillers. Somecharacters may have psychic abilities and other supernatural novel elements may bepresent.
  7. 7. Camera shots/ CinematographyDeep Focus-it involves staging an event on film such thatsignificant elements occupy widely separated planes in theimage. Deep focus draws the viewers eye to what ever isthe foci is, it also adds a since of depth, this shot is also usedto show the emotion of the foci giving the viewer the viewer alook into their soul.Close up-the close up allows the viewer to identify what thefoci is it also has the same affect as a deep focus shot as itshows emotion or importance .Colour- black and white adds a since of drama it also iscommonly used for flash back or when explaining something orin older films.RGB colour is used to show realism unlike black and white asthe world is in colour it allow the viewer to relate with the film.extreme close up-Using extreme close-ups allows you to focuson only certain body parts. A common use for this shot oftenincludes walking feet, eyes, ears, the mouth or possibly evenhands. The foci is emphasized to show emotion or even showthe situation for example an eye can be shown to show emotionwhereas moving legs can show movement.
  8. 8. extreme long-shot is used to show a large amount of landscapearound the characters. This is also known as an establishingshot. It is when the camera is at its furthest distance from thesubject. Are used to shots are used show the size of a situationor to show how beautiful the scene isLong Shot -showing the entire human body, with the head nearthe top of the frame and the feet near the bottom. While thefocus is on characters, plenty of background detail still emerges:we can tell the coffins on the right are in a Western-stylesetting, for instance.Medium shot-Contains a figure from the knees/waist up and isnormally used for dialogue scenes, or to show some detail ofaction. Background detail is minimal, probably because locationhas been established earlier in the scene - the audience alreadyknow where they are and now want to focus on dialogue andcharacter integration.Shallow focus- cinematographic technique incorporating asmall depth of field. In shallow focus one plane of the image isin focus while the rest is out of focus. Shallow focus is typicallyused to emphasize one part of the image over another whilealso show something less important.
  9. 9. The lighting in several conventional thriller films is darkor has a blue tint, we are going to use this convention asthese dark colours represent the mystery and tenseevents that usually occur in these types of films, settingthe target audience on the edge. Since most thrillerfilms tend to have this dark lighting with a blue tintedeffect, we are going to use the blue effect lighting torepresent coldness which gives a negative feeling whileIt helps to build tension the same way the dark lightingwill do.The dramatic content of the scene dictates itsbrightness. Generally, you will find that high-key lightingis favored for upbeat scenes, and low-key lighting is thechoice for slow or taut dramatic action.Although high-key and low-key refer to a picturesoverall brightness, parts of the frame can be illuminateddifferently to affect attention or composition. Forexample, parts of a low-key image can be brightened tofacilitate perception, while parts of a high-key imagecan be darkened to create a more interestingcomposition.
  10. 10. Focus is the overall sharpness of the image. It can rangefrom very soft to very sharp. The following photos showtwo different levels of focus:Depth of field is the amount of acceptable focus behindand in front of the subject. Short focal lenses tend toproduce a wide depth of field, where everything on theset appears in focus ("deep focus"). Long focal lensesproduce a shallow depth of field, where only the subjectarea is in focus.
  11. 11. PanHow: Move the camera horizontally left or right. Ideally, you should use a tripod for a smooth effect.To be a great "panner", practice the shot several times at several speeds before you feel comfortablewith it.Why: To follow a subject or show the distance between two objects. Pan shots also work great forpanoramic views such as a shot from a mountaintop to the valley below.HandheldHow: You hold the camera without tripod, monopod or other device. Professional cameras are largeand rest on the users shoulders. This balances the camera and keeps shaking to a minimum.Because of their size, most consumer cameras cant rest on your shoulder, so youll need a few tipsto shoot steady well-executed handheld shots.Why: Due to the spontaneity of the action, many news crews and most documentaries use hand-held shooting techniques. Sometimes, it is used in TV shows and movies. Notice that in horror oraction movies they often use hand held shots when something bad is about to happen.
  12. 12. Analysis of a similar productReviewShooter is great film, Mark Wahlberg bought Bob Lee Swagger to life with his amazing acting. Although the plotmay have been a bit far fetched the special effects and the story telling was enough to keep me entertainedthroughout the film. It helps that the ending made me jump out of my chair with joy making me enjoy the film allotmore although it was slightly generic it was still pleasing after all Bob swagger had been through. Colonel IsaacJohnson played by Danny Glover was able to completely make me believe that he was a good guy and when hispersona changed I was completely shocked that I didnt pick up his dark intention. Jack Payne played by Elias Koteaswas obviously a crooked agent and that should have be enough to tell me that him and the Colonel where the badguys but the caliber of the acting was enough to fool me. Nick Memphis played by Michael Peña didnt strike me asa amazing character at the beginning but as the story progressed he became a better roll and allot moreinteresting. Sarah Fenn played by Kate Mara struck me as being a generic female role other than her amazing aimwith a shotgun, she didnt really do anything to different in my opinion.SynopsisBob Lee Swagger, one of the worlds great marksmen and the son of a Congressional Medal of Honoree, is a lonerliving in the Rockies. Hes left the military, having been hung out to dry in a secret Ethiopian mission a few yearsbefore, when hes recruited by a lisping colonel to help find a way that the President of the US might beassassinated in one of three cities in the next two weeks. He does his work, but the shot is fired notwithstandingand Bob Lee is quickly the fall guy: wounded and hunted by thousands, he goes to ground and, aided by twounlikely allies, searches for the truth and for those who double-crossed him. All roads lead back to Ethiopia.Shooter
  13. 13. Sound in the movieSound in this movie is used to build up tension holding the audience in a sense of suspense. in the openingsequence there is a mixture of diegetic and non-diegetic sound which stays at the same level until the charactersand their weapons are shown and at this point the score becomes feint as if it needs to become as quiet as thecharacters and is eventually over powered by the terrain and can no longer be heard. When the camera becomesthe scope of the sniper and all the people and animals can be heard better as if the sniper bought physically themcloser.As the scene progresses the score kicks in as soon as the location changes. When the shot returns to the main twocharacters the volume lowers this is important as they want to show how silent the snipers are and also showtheir skill, but as soon as the gun fires the score jumps for a second to show.CinematographyThe first shot used is a track shot that slowly move to the protagonist. While the shot is searching for him it allowsthe credits to fade in and out. The shot leaves the view wondering what is actually happening and why they wouldtake such a long time to introduce the situation and characters. When they do introduce the situation the longjourney the camera took is makes sense. The length of the shoot represents the distances the sniper has to shoot.When the camera shot gets to the protagonist it somehow gets from a longshot showing the size of the mountainsto a close up on the two characters on top of a mountain, this shot is the filmic metaphor to say they are the sizeof a mountain.Analysis of a similar product
  14. 14. Being a film about a former sniper you would expectallot of long shot to show the distance he is shootingand emperies how good a sniper Bob Swagger is. Thelong shot are used mostly as perspective. near the endof the film their is a long shot of a mountain thatshows how good a sniper Bob Swagger is.Analysis of a similar productThis shot is a longshot that is scene through the scopeof the sniper this is a POV shot of the sniper looking inthe scope which explains why there is a pin hole likeeffect you can also see the sights which add a since ofrealism.Close up shots are used to build tension, it holds theviewer in a since of wonder (will he make theshot). close ups are also used to show emotion in facialexpressions. from his face you can tell that he is thinkingof what he can do.
  15. 15. Target audienceTarget audience changes depending on the type of thriller isbeing shown. Thrillers are usually for older ages usually givingthem a rating of 12,15 or 18. This narrows the audience downto pre-teens, teenagers and adults.Active audience :an active audience are people who willactually watch a film and also share it with others, they willalso criticize a film constructively and most of the time willgive you good feed back on how they think the film could bebetter
  16. 16. Conventions of a thriller12 rated films are usually Acton or have some contentyounger views may be affected by. Containing mild violence ,some bad language and references to smoking and drinkingand sometimes sexual scenes.15 rated films are usually more mature with violent concepts, alot of vulgar language. Note uncensored drug use and sexualcontent. generally for adults or more mature teens.This rating is the highest in the open media industry, thecategory allows for bad language, drugs, sex and violencewhich some comedy horror. These films focus more on thegore and the darkness and turn the conventions into subtlejokes or mocking by placing them in unusual scenes. Also thefilms show a strong sexual appeal which can be used the widenthe target market to include more females and couples.
  17. 17. Non-diegetic sound - other than dialogue , throughout most of the film, non- diegeticsound this is done as there is more action and music add a sense of thrill. This alsoincreases tension in film and can also show that the character is showing emotion.Tension – is the main objective of all conventions of a thriller is to create tension.Tension is very important for a thriller as it helps make the view more intrigued and alsohelps them enjoy the thriller.Diegetic sound and editing, Mise en sceneTilt- Like panning, to follow a subject or to show the top and bottom of a stationaryobject. With a tilt, you can also show how high something is. This is used to gain aprospective in thriller movies.Low key lighting- low key light is the best kind of lighting in a film as with low key lightingyou can create a dark and vague atmosphere, a slight lack of vision makes the film seemmore mysterious. It also so creates a sense of fear for the viewer as they don’t knowwhat is happening.High camera angles- are used to show the dominate character or the character in thepowerful position. The shot points down at an object or person in thriller movies.male/female character - stereotypically, there are rarely female protagonists thefemales are usually the princess in props character theory and the protagonist is maleand the villain is usually male a good example of this is taken.Conventions of a thriller
  18. 18. Propp’s Character theoryPropp’s theory states that most fairy tales have similar characters, it also works for other genres of film.• The Hero – a character that seeks something•• The Villain – who opposes or actively blocks the hero’s quest•• The Donor – who provides an object with magical properties•• The Dispatcher – who sends the hero on his/her quest via a message•• The False Hero – who disrupts the hero’s success by making false claims•• The Helper – who aids the hero•• The Princess – acts as the reward for the hero and the object of the villain’s plots•• Her Father – who acts to reward the hero for his effort•
  19. 19. Propp’s Character theoryThe princessShe need to be savedor need help.The donor- providesthe hero with anditem.The dispatcher-sends hero onto aquest.The villain- tries tostop the hero fromcompleting thequestThe false hero –believe he is thehero.The helper- helpsthe hero in thequest.The hero- sent tosolve theproblem o r savethe princessCharacter theory in Hellboy the golden armyHellboy is shown as the hero in Hellboy the golden army , his job is to stop evil creates which wouldimply that he is some sort of hero, although he start to feel conflicted towards the end. Abe sapienis the helper or the side kick helping Hellboy fight evil but ends p with the princess in a change ofconventions. Princess Nuala is the princess in this film she need to be saved from her brother andalso needs help stopping her brother from unleashing the golden army. Prince Nuada is the villainand the false hero, he is the villain because he is trying to destroy all humans and he is the falsehero because he thinks he is righteous in his action and that he is doing the world some good.Johann Krauss he is the donor and the dispatcher he give Hellboy the means to stop prince Nuadaand he also gives Hellboy quests that lead to him saving the world.
  20. 20. Todorov’s narrative theory• The theory is simply this:• The fictional environment begins with a state of equilibrium as very thing is as itshould be• It then suffers some disruption (disequilibrium)• New equilibrium is produced at the end of the narrative• alternative would be the world is in disequilibrium and is searching for the newequilibrium.•There are five stages the narrative can progress through:• A state of equilibrium (all is as it should be)• A disruption of that order by an event• A recognition that the disorder has occurred• An attempt to repair the damage of the disruption•• A return or restoration of a NEW equilibrium
  21. 21. Todorov’s narrative theoryin HellboyEquilibrium- Hellboy completing missions as usualDisequilibrium- prince Nuada comes along and tries tokill Hellboy and his group destroying a city in the process.Attempt to repair the damage- Hellboy tries to stop himform awakening the golden army.New equilibrium- the golden army was stopped andprince nuada was killed and Hellboy went back to hisnormal missions
  22. 22. Continuity story board
  23. 23. Script for continuityTafadzwa- I’ve got the documents.Kharisma- ok just put them on the table.
  24. 24. Evaluation of the continuityFor the continuity task we had to create a short video that didnot breach any of the rules of continuity.It took us about three days to complete the filming about onelesson per day or 50 minutes but we only actually used about tolessons. We could not film all of the continuity on the first daybecause the actor was wearing something different with wouldcreate a continuity error. We did not organize and were a bit allover the place because we did not plan to be a two persongroup. That fact there was only two of us meant on the day offilming we had to find and extra actor which ate up our filmingtime.When we finish filming the continuity I choose to edit as I knewhow to edit and had good editing software at hand, after it wasedited, it look just how we wanted it to and it did not break anyrule for continuity.
  25. 25. LocationsI choose this gravestone as it was a joint grave for both amother and a father there were no other graves that workedas well as this one and because it was a joint gravestone itWas also easier to frame in a shot. The grave also representsThe bond the protagonist and his parents had and will alsoHelp show emotion without speech.I choose to film here as the bright colours break theconventions of a normal of a thriller. Using bright cloloursin a dark story will give the viewer insight into the mindof the villain and it also makes a seemingly ordinary placebecome a danger zone.
  26. 26. LocationsI choose this location because it is a very dark location,.There is a curtain that can cover the entire room andcreate a dark and isolate feeling . I also choose thislocation because there are lights which will make it feellike a stage for the final battle and the spot light can lookallot more dramatic than lighting the entire room. Theroom also has a project which could be used as a prop forthe villain and give him a reason to be in a room like thisas if it were his theater roomI choose this to be Fives house as it was easy to get toand was available when we needed to film. The houseis dark and seems a bit gloomy and the mess worked toour advantage as it looks like it could have been ransacked.
  27. 27. Story board
  28. 28. Digital story boardnoneEs posthumusI killed your parentsIs you want revengeuse this to find meEs posthumusnonesadness and sorrownonenonesadness and sorrownonenonenoneDubstep BF remixlaughBlood hitDubstep BF remixnonenone transition to gray scaleDubstep BF remix Es posthumusDid you hear thatYeah ill go check that outnoneNumber fiveRyan brand
  29. 29. Digital story boardBlood hitEs posthumusnoneEs posthumus Es posthumusEs posthumus Es posthumus Es posthumus Es posthumusnonenonenoneRefer to script Refer to script nonenonenonenonenone none noneNumber fiveRyan brand
  30. 30. Digital story boardTransition to colourSadness and sorrow part 2Refer to script Refer to scriptNumber fiveRyan brandSadness and sorrow part 2
  31. 31. Group nameThis is the group name for our film company. We wentwith four³ or fourcube as there are four members and we haveour boxs or cubes open, by that i mean that we are letting theideas flow or even thinking outside the our box. Four is alsoan acromion for future of unbelievable releases. I choose thebackground because it is dark and grungy and my choose ofcolours was because we want to change the conventions of thedark films with our own colours. When the letters startdropping of it represents our group allowing the ideas to flowand the boxs all joining represents ours group joining togetherto create one product from all of our ideas. The reflected lettersrepresent the fact that this film is a reflection of all of our group.
  32. 32. Film namesRemorselessSince the protagonist is takingrevenge for his pedantsmurder and Remorseless Is asynonymOakwoodThis name came for thefact that the protagonistslive on Oakwood road.AmnestyOur film is about revenge, andamnesty will make it andoxymoron, as amnesty meansforgivingThe unseenSince the villain in our film wasnever seen as he committed ancrimeWe went with Number five asIt is the only name that the protagonistIs ever known by. The name number fivealso leave the audience wondering is thevillain has more victims that he toys withthen destroys.
  33. 33. Main Character NamesHiro- goes with our original idea and was scarped when wechange the ethnic origin of the protagonistNo name- an idea we kind of used but then scraped as it did notcreate the right type of character.Ryan- at some point we were thinking of using my name but wescarped it as it was not adventurous and did not have any use inthe story.Number five-we used number five because giving him a numberadds to the story creating a longer story, it also mean that he isnot significant as he is the highest number up and the villaindoes not really care for him giving him a lower number numberone being the highest.
  34. 34. InspirationsShooter- the gun tooting protagonistThe dark night- the cocky villainLaw abiding citizen- dead family memberThe strangers- breaking into someoneshouse.
  35. 35. Target audienceThe audience of this project would most likely be male gender, working /middle class, as the main characters and the villain are both male and the malegender can relate with themselves. This can appeal to the some femaleaudiences as there is some emotions show and that makes the protagonistmore relatable to but the project won’t appeal top most females.The age of this project is a 12A. I compared the film to the BBFC guide linesbecause there is injury and pain.
  36. 36. Final decisions and ideasFilm title:Number five as It is the only name that the protagonistIs ever known by. The name number fivealso leave the audience wondering is thevillain has more victims that he toys with then destroys.Name.Production name:four³ or fourcube as there are four members and we have our boxs or cubes open,by that i mean that we are letting the ideas flow or even thinking outsidethe our box. four is also an acromion for future of unbelievable releases.Main Character name:Number five-we used number five because giving him a number adds to the storycreating a longer story.Target audience:• Social class- working/ middle class• Teenagers• Gender –more for males but some females could enjoy it• Age- 12- fits with BBFC guidelines
  37. 37. Script for Number FiveScene one:Masked man- hey kid guess what.. I killed your parents. Oow don’t give me that look. If youwant revenge use this to find me… This is the gun I used to kill your parents (throws gun atprotagonist ) Enjoy.Scene two:(Protagonist crying)Scene three:(video noise)Scene four:Masked man-Did you hear that?Masked henchman- Yeah ill go check that out.Masked man- are you going to face me like a man or kill me like a coward?Masked man-are you going to shot and unarmed man (protagonist cocks gun.)Masked man-ooh its you number five.Masked man-looks like were in quite a predicament.Masked man-if you drop your gun I will to.Masked man-its not all fun and games is it?Masked man- your probably not going to die but this time your going to have to find meyourself.
  38. 38. Todorov’s narrative theoryThe film begins in disequilibrium as right at the beginning theprotagonist finds out that his mother and father have beenkilled.The protagonist recognizes that he must kill the person howkilled his parents and begins he journey.In an attempt to repair the damage the protagonist fails andloses to the villain meaning the film has not ended as there hasbeen no new equilibrium leaving the film on a cliff hanger.
  39. 39. Propp’s Character TheoryThe villain: tries to stop the hero fromcompleting the quest.In our thriller ‘Number Five’ the villain is amasked man wearing smart clothing whichcould mean he is educated, he also showsthat he is good at messing with people’semotions as he has the protagonist in thepalm of his hand. The villain does succeed instopping the hero from completing hisquest, making him an anti-villain as villaindon’t win in most movies, he is subvertingconventions.The hero- solve the problem andcomplete his quest.His is the mask hero that is supposedto defeat the villain but he is more ofan anti hero as he does notacknowledge himself as a heroinstead he is just a boy seekingrevenge for parents who ultimatelyfails.
  40. 40. CreditsThe credits are going too be very non-intrusive coming in at thebeginning and leaving as fast as they arrive I decided this wouldbe better are you can get into the story better with out jumpycredits
  41. 41. CharactersName: Number 5Role: ProtagonistGender: MaleActed by: Ryan BrandClothing: Black hoodie, black jeans, black boots, black half face mask.Representations: His dark clothing represents an anti-hero role and his anti-socialnature. The clothing he wears is not typical for a middle-class citizen as it is less formal.Name: The Masked manRole: VillianGender: MaleActed by: Black gas mask, white shirt, black waistcoat, red tie, black skinnytrousers/jeans, black boots, black trench coat.Representations: The black gas mask can connote him hiding a burn on his face or hidingaway from society. He wears smart clothes which conflicts with where he lives becauseworking class citizens arent portrayed as intelligent and fashionable. With The Maskedmans henchman wearing more working class style clothes like tracksuit bottoms andhoodies The Masked man is made to look like a leader of the broken group by his clothesbeing more formal.
  42. 42. Name: Fives mum and dad (deceased)Role: The dispatcher-(deceased)Gender: MaleActed by: Tafadzwa HoveClothing: Shirt, black trousers, black tie, black shoes.Representations: A grave stone.Name: Henchman 1Role: Protect and serve Mr. SmithGender: MaleActed by: Dale StowClothing: Black jeans, black combat boots, black hoodie, grey trench coat.Representations: Mix of smart and casual clothes shows him being a higher form of power in the groupbut still beneath Mr. Smith, or some form of right hand man.Name: Henchman 2Role: Protect and serve The Masked manGender: MaleActed by: Cameron MaloneClothing: Black jeans, black hoodie, black boots, balaclava (possibility)Representations: The characters dark clothes represents his nature and actions and also his social class asmost working class citizens are portrayed to wear casual clothes. Again this shows a sense of equalize tothe other henchmen wearing the same clothes but not a sense of diversity.Characters
  43. 43. Music and soundEs posthumus- action music create suspense and add depth intothe story.BF Dubstep mix-action build tension in a short period of time.Sadness and sorrow- this is used to create a sense of sadnessand emotion in the scene the piano creates a peaceful melodywhich will be used to represent death.Cocking gun- makes guns seem allot more realistic .Blood hits- makes the blood effects seem more realistic.
  44. 44. Role and responsibilitiesRyan brandLocations organizerCamera ownerMain cameramanMain editorMain DirectorCo producerEquipmentMusicActorTafadzwa hoveAssistantproducerCo-cameramanWill WillisActorCo producerDale stowTransportCo-cameramanActor
  45. 45. Filming Day 1 (Call Sheet)Call SheetØ Filming Day: 1Ø Date: 07/03/13Ø Time: 14:05 till 15:00Ø Location: Sixth Form Drama StudioØ Transport: carØ Actor: Cameron (Henchman 1)Ø Props: Gun and PhoneØ Equipment: Camera, Light and TripodØ Weather Outlook: Fairly CloudyØ Roles and Responsibilities: Ryan (Main Director, filming and Equipment location organizer ). Tafadzwa(Assistant director and equipment).Will (assistant director) Dale (transport)Ø Shots Used: Mid shot, medium close upØ Health and Safety:· Checked whether we weren’t surrounded with any obstacles that could had tripped anyone· Made sure those handling equipment knew how to handle it to prevent self-harm· Since we were using an electrical light we checked if they were no electrical wires coming out fromthe electrical cable, to prevent anyone from being from getting an electrical shock.
  46. 46. Call SheetØ Filming Days: 2Ø Date: 08/03/13Ø Time: 09:00 till 15:10Ø Location: Sixth Form Drama StudioØ Transport: carØ Actor: Cameron, Will, Dale and RyanØ Props: Gun, masksØ Equipment: Camera, Light and TripodØ Weather Outlook: Fairly CloudyRoles and Responsibilities: Ryan (Main Director, filming and Equipment location organizer). Tafadzwa (Assistant director and equipment).Will (assistant director) Dale (transport)Ø Shots Used: Mid shot, medium close upØ Shots Used: Mid shot, medium close upØ Health and Safety:· Checked whether we weren’t surrounded with any obstacles that could had tripped anyone· Made sure those handling equipment knew how to handle it to prevent self-harm· As were using a long board for the camera panning after we were done using it, we made sureit was out of sight to prevent anyone from having an accident
  47. 47. Call SheetØ Filming Days 3Ø Date: 12/03/13Ø Time: 09:00 till 11:30Ø Locations: Will’s house, Wimbledon grave yardØ Transport: carØ Actor: Cameron, Will and RyanØ Props: replica gun and gasmaskØ Equipment: Camera and TripodØ Weather Outlook: CloudyØ Roles and Responsibilities: Ryan (Main Director and actor location organizer ,cocamera). Tafadzwa (call sheets, equipment and assistant director).Will (assistantdirector) Dale (camera work, transport organizer)Ø Shots Used: Mid shot, medium close up, POV, wide shot, Over-the-Shoulder ShotØ Health and Safety:· Checked whether we weren’t surrounded with any obstacles that could had trippedanyone· Made sure those handling equipment knew how to handle it to prevent self-harm· While we were in house to do the first to scene, we made sure the house everyoneknew what they were meant to do, to prevent individuals from wondering around thehouse.

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