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    and there is a shot of a pristine, clear blue sky. Tilt down from the sky to reveal blood red roses, immediately establishing a contrast in regards to colors. Dissolve to a slow motion long shot of a firetruck driving on the street with a smiling, waving fireman holding onto the side of the truck. Another dissolve takes place to a long shot of a crossing guard and children crossing the street, and then dissolve again to an establishing shot of Jeffrey’s house. Next, there is a long sho... ... middle

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    Jigsaw Shot Analysis

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    Shot 1: Dissolve from a establishing shot of Xanadu into a close-up of Susan working on a jigsaw puzzle. Susan looks up from her puzzle to the direction of Kane’s voice while the camera cranes away from a close-up to medium shot of her. This shot begins a shot-reverse-shot sequence between Susan and Kane. Shot 2: A cut to extreme long shot of the interior of Xanadu and Kane in the background standing at the archway walking forward. Once again in shot-reverse-shot sequence. There are Egyptian, Greek

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    Witness film close study

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    exposed in 'Witness' has demonstrated the corruption within the police force after the murder of an undercover officer. The use of suspenseful non-diegetic music and an extreme close up shot of Samuel's eye as the witness to a murder, implies that danger is heading towards him. Weir effectively applies a long shot of Samuel staring blanking with suspenseful music to portray Samuel as in a position of no power and in danger. The slow motion of the close up and zooming in onto the killer and Book’s

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    small yet disturbing animation. This has a good effect because we all associate evil and horror with dark and plain colours, furthermore he goes on to use close-up shots of cartoon boys and girls screaming, and headless angels which are connotations of iconography for the horror genre, zooming in on them as soon as they come in shot giving the audience an eerie feeling that something has happened to these innocent looking children who seem to be all alone in a huge manor house. On the other

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    Cinema Movement Essay

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    produce opposite meanings. If the man is photographed in an extreme long shot from a high angle, he will seem ineffectual and impotent. If he’s photographed from a low angle in a medium shot, he will seem a dynamo of energy. A lthough the subject matter in each setup is absolutely identical, the true content of each shot is its form” (understanding movies 99). This example from our books shows how by changing the angle of the shot it can mean two completely different things. The filmmaker can also

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    where you expect to see the typical “man of the house going off to work” but what you really see are multiple shots of a man disregarded by his family while making dismal attempts at regaining respect. It doesn’t get much better when he gets to work. In the first office scene, Lester appears to be confident and condescending as you see him talking on the phone with a client but the focus shot of the ceiling, cubicle and harsh lights gives the viewer a truly oppressive feeling. The reality of Lester’s

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    noticed when watching this is the position of the camera, it is almost a point of view shot of Erin, slightly offset of the doctor, but none the less she is slightly below the camera, and we are very close up. To me this seems to emphasise her nervousness, and when there is a jump cut to a further away angle we, as the audience, are put in the position of the interviewer. We are then treated to a mid shot of the doctor himself; Erin behind the camera still waffling on nervously, the doctor

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    ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ Film/Literary Analysis It can be said that To Kill a Mockingbird is one of the most beloved novels of all time. There is something so powerful about witnessing the discovery of good and evil through the eyes of a young girl. While the novel paints a beautiful first-person perspective of Scout’s experiences, I believe that the film adaptation did an equally beautiful job of allowing us to see through Scout’s eyes. One of the key elements that allow us to gain a better understanding

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    Analysis of Jaws

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    the beach. This makes ‘Jaws’ seem like a greater threat and emphasises the fact that people are going to be killed because with more people on the beach there is a greater chance of death. The start of the film starts off with a point of view shot of ‘something’ swimming through the water with the Jaws theme music going on in the background. Near the climax of the theme, music the word JAWS appears on the screen. This immediately connects the music with the presence of the creature called

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    Since no cameras are used to create animation, at least in the traditional sense of film, tracking shots are no longer the simple task of following the subject alongside them. Instead, each background layer is moved at a different speed. These tricks of perspective and turning a 2D painting into a three-dimensional world make up for the limits of this style of animation that may prevent certain camera shots or

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