Pilot and Camera Techniques

In trying to plan the techniques we want to explore for our pilot, we’ve come across a few helpful websites detailing different techniques.

There’s the whip-pans, crash zooms, wipes and dolly shots of Edgar Wright.

http://cordeliapratt.blogspot.co.uk/2008/10/edgar-wright-techniques.html

http://www.filmjunk.com/2010/08/13/forgotten-films-edgar-wrights-a-fistful-of-fingers/

Then the Green Wing single camera improvisation, musical cutaways, speeding up and down and the drifting away end of sketch technique.

http://alexgsinglecam.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/green-wing-is-british-sitcom-set-in.html

http://www.spooner.k12.wi.us/faculty/hs/rubesch/documents/video_production/Single_Multiple.pdf

Then the Peep Show style internal monologues, character self-depreciation, selfishness at expense of happiness and expressing internal fears, judgements, anxieties and rationalisations.

http://daallen.edublogs.org/peep-show-analysis/

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One thought on “Pilot and Camera Techniques

  1. Can you comment further on why you want to use these techniques and situate them more within a wider artistic / academic context – theories of comedy, use of first person camera, etc??

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