The Cameraman’s Revenge + King Kong “The cameras mans revenge” is a pixilation animation and it can be identified by the characters moving in one position to another and also by the movement in the animation, it jumps and glitches instead of moving smoothly. For example, when the beetle was packing in the beginning, you can clearly see the movement was not as smooth and it was very jumpy. The animation was filmed with a coloured camera, but you can still tell that the colour was not as clear; some scene was to dark and some scenes were to bright; at the end it was dark and you can barely see the characters fights, and also at the beginning when the beetle was packing, it was bright and you cant see the background colour. On the other hand “King Kong” is also the same when it came to “King Kong’s” scene, it also jumps and glitches but they have life actors to balance out the reality of the film, and you get a glimpse of that scene when “King Kong” comes to aid the female actor from the Dinosaur. When they filmed “King Kong” to be in the same time as the life actors, they used a projection screen and placed the in front of the camera and behind the actors scene, this cause a illusion in thinking that “King Kong” is there in real life. When it came to the Sound in “The Camera mans revenge” there wasn’t any apart from a soundtrack that was being played to express the each scene Emotions and also what was going on. For example, at the fight scene, they play a fast beat to match the fast past fight. Whilst “King Kong” adds voices of the actors talking and screaming when they saw Kong, but also Kong himself screaming and roaring “The Camera mans revenge” seems to be targeted at an audience aged between 16 upwards because they have physical violence at the end, and this could have possibly been showed on the television. As for “King Kong’s” target Audience, it is most probably targeted at 16 or 18+ because of the violence. King Kong was know to be a movie and was shown in cinemas/theaters where they used a black and white projection to play the film to the audience. Budget wise on “the camera mans revenge” is a low budget production. You can tell by the way it was filmed; the camera was shaking and not still through out the animation when it was being played. There was no voice over and the props they used did not seem to cost as much. On the other hand, “King Kong” is a higher budget animation because they used life actors and the props they used is expensive because they tried to make “King Kong” look like as if he really does exist, and you can tell by scenes where they used tree trunks and plants plus the Stages background.