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Similarities and differences between trailers

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  • 1. Similarities DifferencesBoth credit production companies Blockbuster films are more likely tocredit actors as they are well knownBoth give away little parts of thestorylineBlockbuster films use more specialeffects and CGI in their trailersUse a wide range of cinematography Some independent films use a lot ofreviews to attract an audienceMusic reflects the mood of thescene/filmTV trailers do not have the smallprint at the bottom of the screen atthe end of the trailerFeature dialogue Films with successful writers willcredit other films to get a greateraudienceGive release dates and reviews Some trailers give away less due totheir genre, such as horror, forexampleCredit director and/or writer Some films use titles to introduce thestoryline e.g Another earthUse Mise En Scene to introducegenreSome do not use establishing shotsto keep as much of the film as secretas possible

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