Media topics: Genre: The word ‘genre’ refers to the categorisation or classification a media product fits into. For example, a particular film could fit into the ‘horror’ genre because it contains scary content. Other genres include thriller, comedy, rom-com, and sci-fi. The use of genres to define a film is believed to be necessary to […]Read more "PART ONE – Critical Frameworks…"
I believe the film I have made for Vocal Arts, is fit for purpose; it presents Vocal Arts as the warm and friendly environment that it is, it shows the capabilities of Hannah and Abbe and it has a welcoming feel for potential new students. The client was very happy with the final product saying, […]Read more "Part Three – Reflecting on success and final product…"
Correspondence with client: My client, Vocal Arts, preferred to contact me through Facebook as they found it easier. Although I do have an initial email from Hannah Wood. Below are the Facebook messages between my client and I: Messages between Hannah Wood and I: Messages between Abbe Martin and I: There were a few […]Read more "Part Two – Negotiate a brief and make it…"
Analysis of corporate videos: Apple corporate video: The Apple corporate video aims to show how broadly the company’s products are used by almost everyone for anything and how it makes what they do everyday so much better. Not only that, the whole film is supposedly filmed on only iPhone cameras, which furthers the message that […]Read more "Part One – Find, Understand and Approach a Client…"
Production Schedule: Storyboards: For original idea. For the back up idea.Read more "Part Three – Make It…"
Synopsis of brand new television show: Title of your production: Ava Hardy. Genre: Crime drama. Narrative structure: ‘Ava Hardy’ is about a Detective Inspector who “turns bad.” She becomes involved with a case but begins to sympathise with those she is tasked with investigating. Soon she is completely involved with the criminal organisation, playing a […]Read more "Part Two – What’s The Big Idea?…"
For part one of the ‘Title Sequence’ project, I will be analysing the opening credits for the TV programme ‘Westworld.’ Westworld is set in the past in the Wild West, following the lives of those living there, or that’s how it seems. It’s really set in the future, following the lives of those controlling […]Read more "Part One – Analyse It…"