In our opening sequence we are planning for it to be a crime thriller. It will start off with someone running and there will be multiple shots of them running such as; track shot from behind, close up (person running holding the camera pointing at themselves), point of view shot (person running holding camera showing what they can see), pan shot (person running enters shot from left and then shot pans following person until they leave shot on the right). The camera will switch to a person chasing the first person whilst holding a knife. The shots will be identical or similar to the first person. The following images are examples of the types of shots that will be captured when we are filming.
The first person running will then fall over something and there could be a match on action of the object in the way and then the first person falling over. The next shot will be a tilt shot from the fallen persons point of view and it will show the ground level and the first person walking towards the second and then it will tilt to the sky and the second runner will slowly enter the shot and it will be a close up or mid shot of them. The screen will then go black to create tension and then the title of the film will pop up and there will be a sharp high pitch music that plays to cause the viewers to be scared. The next shots will be freeze frames from different angles of the person on the floor and the credits will fade in and then fade out and switch to the next shot.