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Editors Decisions List Shot

Used or Not

Reason

Establishing Shot

YES

This shot establishes the location of the film to the audience. This shot was used because it was well framed showing all of the station.

Establishing Shot

No

This shot was not used because the camera was out of focus.

Medium Shot

No

This shot was not used because members of the public interrupted filming as they looked directly into the camera.

Over the Shoulder Shot

YES

This shot allows the audience to see Jason walk out of the train station. This shot was used because members of the public didn’t disrupt it.

Point of View

YES

Jason’s point of view examining his surroundings and getting a feel for the situation. The shot was clear showing and it showed that it was a point of view.

Close-Up

YES

This shot allows the audience to have a closer look at Jason has he talks on the phone. The shot framed the protagonist face.

Medium Shot

YES

This shot allows the audience to see the conversation between the other person on the phone develop.

Tilt

YES

This shot allows the audience to see Jason put on the phone back into his pocket. This shot was used because it was inventive.

Medium-Long Shot

YES

This shot allows the audience to see the antagonist for the first time and helps the progression of the narrative

Pan

YES

This shot follows the two


antagonists as they chase. This shot was used to allow the audience to familiarise themselves with the antagonist. Pan

YES

This allows the audience to follow Jason travel through the streets as he makes his way to the location.

Close-Up

YES

This shot allows the audience to see Jason’s face while he runs away from his pursuers. This shot was used because the facial expressions of the character.

Long Shot

YES

This shot was not used because it did not follow the existing continuity of the film.

Medium Long Shot

YES

This shot allows the audience to see both the protagonist and the antagonist exist the alleyway. This helps continuity as a previous shot shows them enter the alleyway.

Pan

YES

The pan was used to show the characters turn into a different street.

Point of View

YES

A point of view from the antagonist perspective as they make up the ground on the protagonist this shot was used because it depicts the simulation of running well.

Close-Up

NO

The antagonists facial expressions were not right and not express the right emotions

Medium Shot

YES

A medium shot through the window of a local bank. This was used because it was a creative shot filming through the window.

Medium Shot

YES

A medium shot of a member of the public in a phone booth this shot correlates with the next


because it helps with the narrative Point of View

YES

The point of view of a member of the public in the phone booth. This shot is used because it common in films to get the perspective of a passer by not involved in the action.

Close-Up

NO

This shot was not used because it was interrupted by someone who needed to use it

Two Shot

YES

This shot was used because it shows the antagonist interrupted by the workers pulling the trolley of clothes. Shots like these are used in film a lot so we decided to replicate it.

Medium Shot

YES

This shot shows the reflection of both the protagonist and antagonist. This shot was used because it was inventive.

Pan

YES

The camera pans across Jason Steele’s face showing a close-up of his face. This shot was used because it was inventive.

Medium Shot

YES

A medium showing the protagonist run across the island crossing this was used because it was uninterrupted when filming.

Pan

YES

The pan used when the protagonist and antagonist follow each other into the building again this shot kept with the continuity the shot beforehand

Medium Shot

YES

A two shot of the antagonist making it into the car park this shot was used because it a clear depiction of the stunt by one of the antagonist.


Close-Up

NO

This shot was not used because the actor hit the camera while he jumped.

Cut-In

YES

A cut-in of the protagonist and antagonist showing there bodies through a car

Medium-Long Shot

YES

A medium-long shot showing all three characters this shot was used because it helps establish the distance between the protagonist and antagonist

Pan

YES

A pan showing the protagonist turning into the elevator. This shot was used because it showed why the antagonist couldn’t find the protagonist.

Over The Shoulder

YES

An over the shoulder shot showing the antagonist walking up the stairs. This shot was used because it was framed well by the cinematographer.

Point of View

YES

A point of view of one of the antagonist as they enter another set of elevator. This shot was used because it was one of the better attempts at the shot with the others looking unrealistic.

Point of View

YES

A point of view of the protagonist killing on of the antagonist. This shot was used because it was framed well by the cinematographer.

Point of View

YES

The point of view of the antagonist running away after witnessing his partner’s death.

Tilt

NO

This shot wasn’t used because the elevators door did not close in time and out of sync with the camera movement.

Tilt

YES

A tilt following showing the elevator closing then panning down to the body of the


antagonist. Pan

YES

A pan across the body of the dead antagonist. This was used to focus on the death of one of the antagonist.

Point of View

YES

The point of view of the antagonist making his way to the second floor

Long Shot

YES

A long shot showing the antagonist. This shot was used because

Cutaway

YES

A cutaway of the object that he was looking for. This shot was used because the audience needed to be informed what they item was.

Medium Shot

YES

A medium shot of the protagonist following in on the antagonist taking a shot at him as well.

Close-Up

NO

This shot was not used because the protagonist face was not clear because it was dark.

Medium Shot

YES

A medium shot of the protagonist walking towards the antagonist. This shot was used because it allowed s build up of suspense.

Over the Shoulder

YES

An over the shoulder shot from the antagonist perspective as he walks over to the protagonist. This shot was used because the protagonist started a conversation with the antagonist.

Over the Shoulder

YES

An over the shoulder shot from the perspective of protagonist as he walks over to the antagonist. This shot was used to carry on the realism of the conversation between the two characters.


Over the Shoulder

YES

An over the shoulder shot from the perspective of antagonist. This shot was used to carry on the realism of the conversation between the two characters.

High Angle

YES

A high angle shot showing the antagonist hand over the bag. This shot was used to represent the security camera in the car park.

High Angle

NO

This shot wasn’t used because the camera line of sight was blocked by a bar running across it.

Close-Up

YES

A close-up of the protagonist happy to take the bag. This shot was used because it showed a different side of the protagonist.

High Angle

YES

A high angle shot showing the transaction carry on. This shot was used to represent a security camera in the car park.

Close-Up

YES

A close up of the protagonist shooting the antagonist. This shot was used because the character facial expressions were clear.

High Angle

YES

A high angle showing the killing in full. This shot was used to represent a security camera.

Close-Up

YES

A close up of the protagonist turning away from the murder. This shot was used because it showed that the protagonist felt no remorse.

Over the Shoulder

YES

An over the shoulder shot of the protagonist walking away from the body.

High Angle

YES

A high angle showing the protagonist face as he makes his escape. This shot was used because it showed that the


protagonist felt no remorse. Cut In

YES

A cut in showing the protagonist feet and the bag. This shot was used because it shows the protagonist with the bag as he walks away from the body.

Close-Up

NO

This shot was not used as it was dark and the protagonist face was not visible.

Medium Shot

YES

A medium shot showing the protagonist putting away the gun and walking through the exit. This shot was used because


Editors Decisions List