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Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Basic Camera Shots

Extreme Close Up:

Close Up:

Medium Close Up:

Medium Shot:

Medium long shot:

Long Shot:

Extreme Long Shot:

Tuesday, 23 September 2014


Mise-en-scene means everything on the scene eg setting, background, costume etc.

an example of mise-en-scene is from jaws. they use the sharks point of view at the start of the film

and the classic jaws theme song to raise suspense. Another example from jaws is when there around the fire and the boy and girl run away from the fire, this suggest that the are moving from the light and into the darkness. The bars also represent that there isolated and can only go further into the darkness.

Wednesday, 10 September 2014


in the exorcist camera angles and generic elements are used to build the suspense by using objects to hide the camera as if someone is looking at her, the generic element makes suspense by making the candle light shot up in flames to give her a fright. she's a young, stereotypical woman, its late at night, the title of the film implies something bad is going to happen, its films her from behind to make it look like she is being followed, there's no sound, she is looking around with a candle light so she hasn't got a clear view.

Tuesday, 9 September 2014

my favourite film

my favourite film is star wars because its the first thing what came into my mind. I've seen all of them and I hope they bring out new ones out.

Thursday, 4 September 2014

GSCE Media

Hello my name is Adam Wilson. I have just started media and this is my first lesson. I live in Gateshead and go to Heworth Grange School. goats