Re: Format at FADE IN
Well, following your own three suggestions, you're going to get 30 more, don't you know.
A scene heading is to establish the location and time. So personally I always follow that with at least a one-line description paragraph before I do the CLOSE-ON (I use CLOSE-UP for animate things, INSERT for inanimate, but that's another story). Then I come back to the main scene with ANGLE ON, as opposed to PULL BACK, or PAN or any other camera directions.
Incidentally, don't you use "b.g." for background? Whatever.
I won't get into your use of a specific music selection, especially on page one like this. It's possible that you might get away with it on page 30 after you'd established what a great script and story was under way; but right up front? Whatever.
I can't see anybody tossing a script for any of your versions, because with barely any intellectual work one can understand what you're getting at.
So you see? There's one down. Twenty-nine more to come.