Cinematic terms

Cinematic terms

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Storyboard Description

film based off of list of cinematic terms.

Storyboard Text

  • extreme close up of students iris contracting showing stress/worry over test
  • Zoom out but focus on the students face, he has a look on his face telling you that he is thinking.
  • POV shot of student looking at teachers desk
  • zoom in on answer key found on teachers desk.
  • Student walks by desk to checkout the layout of papers.
  • sees friends walking down the hall.
  • He talks to them and it seems like they are having a casual conversation.
  • Student walks back in leaving the door open.
  • teacher looks startled as he hears a commotion coming from the hall.
  • teachers POV, sees students fighting and gets up to deal with it.
  • Teacher grabs students by their collars to seperate them.
  • Long shot of teacher taking students to the office.
  • pan of student getting up with a smile on his face going to the teacheres desk.
  • birds eye view of student taking photo of a piece of paper then cut to black.
  • kid at home looking at the photo, repeating what is written, A,C,A,D,B,C.... cut to next day.
  • right before test, student is sitting there repeating the answers from the photo, A,C,A,B,D,C.
  • teacher is handing out the test to the class.
  • student finishes his test very quickly and is the first one to turn it in.
  • the teacher looks at it, smirks, and laughs.
  • student now looks worried and stressed.
  • teacher looks over at student and says "wrong answer key"
  • long shot exactly the same as when the teacher brought the other students to the office.
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