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1324626 WLV PGCE

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KT Lawther

on 5 November 2013

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Transcript of 1324626 WLV PGCE

Media Studies: Camera Shots
Point of View
Medium Close Up
Extreme Close Up
Dutch Angle
Long Shot
Medium Shot
Extreme Long Shot
Low Angle
High Angle
Psycho (1960) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock
Close Up
The Shining (1980) Directed by Stanley Kubrick
Force of Evil (1948) Directed by Abraham Polonsky
Annie Hall (1977) Directed by Woody Allen
Psycho (1960) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock
Casino Royale (2006) Directed by Martin Campbell
Citizen Kane (1941) Directed by Orson Welles
Slumdog Millionaire (2008) Directed by Danny Boyle
Sid & Nancy (1986) Directed by Alex Cox
Indiana Jones & The Last Crusade (1989) Directed by Stephen Spielberg
'All shots have a purpose and must be thought out in terms of their relationship to the greater whole of the film. A shot has to do something because, whatever its content or purpose, its presence will have an impact.'
Bruce Mamer (2008). Film Production Technique: Creating the Accomplished Image. Belmont: Wadsworth Publishing Company. 4.
Group Work
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