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V for Vendetta
Transcript of V for Vendetta
The scene I chose to analyze was the Revolution Speech made by V.
V for Vendetta
Directed by James McTeigue
Cinematography: Is the techniques used for camera shots, camera angles, camera movement and lighting.
European Cinematographer of the Year award
Died at 53
Cinematography: Camera Shots
Throughout the Revolution Speech Scene, there was a variety of shots being used
They ranged from long shots, medium shots, close up shots, and full shots.
Low angle, Medium angle/Eye level, and High angle
Medium Angle/Eye Level
Some camera movement techniques used throughout this scene were: Panning, Tilting, and the use of the Steadicam.
the camera pivots from side to side fixed on a tripod or base. Used to follow the action of a scene.
Almost identical to panning however it moves vertically instead of horizontally.
Works with a hand held camera to produce steady, jitter free images.
A few Film Edits and Film Transitions that were incorporated in this scene were cuts, wipes, cross-cutting/parallel action, and digital editing.
Cuts are composed of two different shots instantaneously changing location.
Wipes are like a curtain revealing the next shot.
Parallel Action and Cross-cutting occur when more than one event is going on at the same time. The camera cuts from one shot to another to often show other character's reactions.
Overall, V for Vendetta is a neo noir.
In this scene there are no vibrant colors
Production design includes the design of the sets, costumes, locations, and the placement of props.
Design of sets
Everything blurred but the dominant image
refers to all the objects and characters placed in a certain scene
"placing on stage"
By: Alex Golab