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In the first scene it will be a high shot, took from a helicopter, starting from the side and slowly moving towards the front of the school. And then the helecopter will land and it will change into a long shot, and then change into a mid sho. this is where John cena and Justin Bebier will be there welcoming you to the school and be telling you some facts about it
In this scene, its will be a mid action shot/low shot of all the students waling to their lesson, while the camera moving down the corridor extrimely slowly, and it will then be speed up. It will then go into the hall and show the people from high school musical dancing.
This scene will be the interview one. We will be interviewing two people (Tom Martin and Joe Maddock) and they will be talking about there full experiance at Crompton Hosue from year 7 up to year 11. They wil be intervewed by Michael Jackson (a old puipil who went to the school). This will all be recorded using a focus shot.
This scene will be showing off all of the different sport stuff that the school have. They would be showed by some famous sport people/teams, with 10-15 seconds of each sport. the camera will keep changing between a Mid shot and a close shot. To make sure the children dont get distracted by other things going on in the background, but let them see all of the equipment.
The next scene will show a class of 30 children learning science, and there teacher will be Brian Cox. The camera will start off as a mid shot starting at the back of the class, and then gentally moving to the front and showing the teacher. It will have some music playing in the background so the sound isn't all messy and put off the children.
The final scene will be the children walking out of school at the end of the day. It will be recodred in a long shot/high shot, by a helicopter. The helicpoter will then move around, and it will show all the students getting into Limos and nice fany cars.
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