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Film genre research conclusions table

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  • 1. Film genre Limitations Select this genre for use in initial ideas? Action and adventure - Software for editing to produce realistic explosions, for example - Big casts for battles No Comedy - Comedy is subjective and therefore producing a good comedy without experience may lose us marks No Period drama - This relies heavily on mise en scene to set the time period, obtaining this may prove challenging No Sci Fi - Again, similar to action/adventure editing software needs to be sophisticated No Horror - Horror can be criticised if not ‘scary enough’ - Creating a ‘scary’ atmosphere Yes Fantasy - Finding suitable, ‘magical’ locations of which I can get to - Casting young actors Yes Romance - Finding actors - Producing a storyline that’s not been ‘done before’ - Making it appeal to female market No Musical - Composing/producing music for trailer - Finding a cast of singers/dancers/musicians No Family films - Being able to tailor the product to appeal to a wide target market, this will require detailed market research Yes Drama - Creating scenes that are dramatic without being ‘cheesy’ - Thinking of an engaging drama Yes

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