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Deactivate – story board

  1. 1. Deactivate – story board Tarun knapp
  2. 2. No. 1 Camera: pan from left to right, following the book case, mid shot from the characters point of view. Sound: a quite humming tune, a lullaby to sound child like Mise- en-scene: the books will be quite thick to make the character appear intellectual Lighting: the lighting will be light as this is the equilibrium and light shows the audience that everything is normal. Duration: 4-5 secondsEditing: to transfer to the next shot, I will use cross cutting so the images don’t jump
  3. 3. No. 2 Camera: long shot, this shot allows the audience to see the characters and her surroundings Sound: continuous humming Mise-en-scene: more of the character is shown so the audience can identify with someone. Lighting: as we are still in the equilibrium the room is light. Duration: 2 secondsEditing: crossing cutting used between scenes to make it flow
  4. 4. No. 3 Camera: long shot which shows both the book falling and a vast amount of the room. Sound: the thud of the books is enhanced to show it significance. As the book falls the strange humming stops. Mise-en-scene: By seeing the rest of the room the audience can begin to build a stereo type (typical teenager) Lighting: the room continues to be light as we are still in the equilibrium. Duration: 1 secondEdition: cross cutting to the next shot
  5. 5. No. 4 Camera: The camera moves from a close-up to an extreme close up of the book. At the same time the camera tilts down to become a birds eye view. Sound: no sounds as the silence allows the reader to take in the information Mise-en-scene: the book is orange so it stands out, in addition the book is slightly battered to make it look old and worn. Lighting: continues to stay bright as we haven’t seen the significance of the book yet. Duration: 2 secondsEditing: cross dissolve into the next shot
  6. 6. No. 5 Camera: over the shoulder shot, so the audience can see the book the character is reading Sound: silent as the character absorbs the information in the book. Mise-en-scene: the writing in side the book is hand written to show its a year book Lighting: the lighting is still light as we are still in the equilibrium Duration: 3 secondsEditing: fade to black
  7. 7. No. 6 Camera: extream close up of the writing on the book, the camera slightly shaking to looking slightly from the characters point of view. Sound: silent apart from the pen on the paper Mise-en-scene: the use of high lighters make the important words stand out. Lighting: continues to be light, however slight shadows weave along the pages. Duration: 6 secondsEditing: fade between each shot of text
  8. 8. No. 7 Camera: extreme close up so the audience sympathise with the character Sound: quiet children laughing Mise-en-scene: the girls hair is dark to look evil instead of blond which makes a character look innocent Lighting: slightly darker to so the audience we are transferring to the disequilibrium. Duration: 4 seconds, the long pause makes the viewer empathise with the character.Editing: cross fade slowly to the next shot
  9. 9. No. 8 Camera: extreme close up to main characters younger self, and zoom slowly away Sound: the children laughing is heightened. Mise-en-scene: the clothes are plain and striped back to so little personality or emotion. Lighting: slightly grey as the mood is sad Duration: 4 secondsEditing: add a vignette so show this shot is a flashback, fade to black
  10. 10. No. 9 Camera: extreme close up of the SCHOOL text ‘school year book 2012’. Sound: the sound of children fade YEAR out Mise-en-scene the book looks worn and old which fits in with BOOK the flash back Lighting: grey lighting as the mood 2012 is depressing. Duration: 1-2 secondsEditing: acts as a transition shot, wiping out the previous one
  11. 11. No. 10 Camera: Close up of the screen to show what the character is doing. Zooming in when the information is important Sound: key board typing, to make it more realistic Mise-en-scene: the use of Facebook make the film modern and relatable to the viewers. Lighting: bright screen Duration: 10 secondsEditing: fade to black
  12. 12. No. 11 Camera: extreme close up of the screen, as the action is important (deleting person)` Sounds: mouse clicking (settle by effective) Mise-en-scene: image is of a typical teenager, this makes a stereo typical victim Lighting: the screen creates natural lighting Duration: 2 secondsEditing: fade to black
  13. 13. No. 12 Camera: extreme close up of characters eyes scrolling left and right and she frantically searches the internet Sound: keyboard being hit hard and fast Mise-en-scene: the lack of props and iconography make the character a black canvas, and emotionless Lighting: flickering light from the screen Duration: 2 secondsEditing: fade to black and pause whilst text appears on screen
  14. 14. No. 13 Camera: hand held camera movement as the person attacks the victim, a high angle is used to make the victim vulnerable. Sound: villain has heavy breathing, the victim is shouting ‘NO!!’ Mise-en-scene- in this scene victim is using an X-box which shows he is a teenager in addition the room is messy. Lighting- quite dark room with beads of light from the window and light flickering from the TV. Duration: 8 secondsEditing: cut to black as camera is hit by the victim.
  15. 15. No. 14The black out allows time to make text appear for example ‘in cinema 28th of October’
  16. 16. No. 15 Camera: canted angle to distort the viewer and at the high angle so the victim looks vulnerable. The camera is at a long shot so we can see where the victim has run from and running to. Sound: heavy breathing and screaming Mise-en-scene: the girl is blond which is a typical victim, wearing stereotypical clothing Lighting: dark light outside so audience can’t see who is coming Duration: 4 secondsEditing: cut to black
  17. 17. No. 16 To build a dramatic effect, words will appear between the different shots. This will make the over all‘Don’t loose trailer croppy which creates anticipation, in addition is allows touch with the reader to gain an understanding on the genre of film. reality’ White text will be placed on top of a black back ground, this is darker in fitting with the horror genre The front style will be similar to an old fashion type writer and this relates of the story. The back group sound will be a key board to add effect. Duration: 4 seconds
  18. 18. No. 17 Camera: extreme close up of the victims face, this enables the audience to empathise with the character. Sound: heavy breathing to show the character is scared. Mise-en-scene: the characters face is going to be bruised to show that she is running away from someone and something. Lighting: Dark lighting so it hard to see the back ground, however the foreground is light so the victim is clearly visible. Duration: 3 secondsEditing: cross cutting into the next scene
  19. 19. No. 18 Camera: long shot so the back ground is visible, the camera is on eye level with the victim Sound: foot steps of the killer gradually getting louder, in addition sound of victim panting to create a sense of fear. Mise-en-scene: The scene takes place in a typical dinning room, the killer is dressed in dark clothing. Lighting: natural lighting from lamps create a sense of realism. Duration: 4 secondsEditing: fade to black, here text will be added
  20. 20. No. 19 Camera: mid shot to show the characters facial expression, a small amount of back ground is visible which is effective as the viewer tries to guess what is out side of the frame Mise-en-scene: the characters face is placed in the centre 3rd, this increases the level of intensity. In addition the audience can see the stereo typical features of the victim (blond) Sound: screaming, this will be cut off quickly to create a tense silence. Duration: 2 seconds