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Choking Scene of White Squall

Grade 10 English Project (Film Study)

Emma McKnight

on 25 September 2013

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Transcript of Choking Scene of White Squall

Cinematography Craft Analysis of White Squall

By Emma McKnight

Choking Scene
Cinematography Analysis
White Squall
designed by Péter Puklus for Prezi
Different angles add different effects of a scene.
It can:

~Sets mood of a scene
~Shows importance of a character or object
~Gives additional information about scene/character
Flat Angle Use
Low Angle Use
Low angle shots traditionally show:
~Character is important
~Character has most control in scene
~An event is important
High Angle Use
In the scene high angles are used to:
~Show lesser importance of a character
~Show lesser importance of an event
~Add suspense to an event
Visual Examples
Flat angle is used in the scene when:
~Skipper and Crew runs to save Chuck
~Skipper climbs the mast
~Skipper saves Chuck
~Boys watch Skipper save Chuck
In scene, flat angle :
~Adds a personal connection with audience
~Adds suspense
Low Angle Shot Examples
High Angle Shot Examples
High Angle Shot Examples
~In each screen shot all characters are seen as equals
~In each screen shot the importance of a character is well shown
~Gil is seen as a weak link in the scene, he is always seen from a high angle
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