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If a scene takes place during the night, then it really is pitch black except for what the light on the camera can pick up. The viewer is again in exactly the same position as the characters because if they cannot see, then we cannot see. The use of a camera light could be considered a cinematic tool as lighting is usually considered an essential part of the cinematography that gives a film its distinctive look. However the scenes where the light is required in The Blair Witch Project are anything but traditionally cinematic.

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140-7 Nichols, B. (2001) Introduction to documentary. Bloomington: Indiana University Press Pryor, T. (1947) Lady in the Lake (1946) At the Capitol. Available from: http://movies. res=9C04E3DE123EEE3BBC4C51DFB766838C659EDE [Accessed 30th June 2012] Schopp, A. (2004) ‘Transgressing the safe space: Generation X horror in The Blair Witch Project and Scream’ In: Higley, S. L. and J. A. Weinstock (eds) (2004) Nothing That Is: Millennial Cinema and the Blair Witch Controversies. Detroit: Wayne State University Press Tresca, D.

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