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    • Evaluation PlanEvaluation PlanGledis Dedaj
    • DocumEntary Forms –DocumEntary Forms –‘Embarrassing boDiEs’‘Embarrassing boDiEs’Form:Form: Example From Real Documentary:Example From Real Documentary: Use, develop or challenge?Use, develop or challenge? HowHow??Pan • They used this as they pannedacross the face of aninterviewee.Voiceover *Clip* • They used this to narrate whatthe series was about and toexplain things throughout theepisode.Titles • They developed this as theyused the same font each timethey had text on screen.• All the text used matched thefont channel 4 are known forusing at all times.
    • DocumEntary Forms –DocumEntary Forms –our ExamPlEsour ExamPlEsForm:Form: Example Our Real Documentary:Example Our Real Documentary: Use, develop or challenge?Use, develop or challenge? HowHow??Pan • We used this as we simplyfollowed the presenter withthe camera as she walkedacross a computer desk.Voiceover *Clip* • We used this to narrate whatthe series was about and toexplain things throughout theepisode.Titles • We developed this by puttingan animation on some of thetiles so slide on and off screen.
    • DocumEntary convEntionsDocumEntary convEntions– ‘Embarrassing boDiEs’– ‘Embarrassing boDiEs’Convention:Convention: Example From Real Documentary:Example From Real Documentary: Use, develop or challenge?Use, develop or challenge? HowHow??EstablishingShots• This was mostly used, but attimes developed as the shotswere from an areal view.Montage • They used this in theintroduction to what the seriesis about, in order to establishthe presenters and topics.PublicInterviews• They developed this as theybrought the interviewees intothe studio.• They also used some of themas case studies.
    • Documentary conventionsDocumentary conventions– our examples– our examplesConvention:Convention: Example Our Real Documentary:Example Our Real Documentary: Use, develop or challenge?Use, develop or challenge?HowHow??EstablishingShots• We used this to emphasisepeople being social and alsoto emphasise our mainlocation ‘Camden Town.’Montage • We used this in ourintroduction to the series toestablish our topic and alsoto emphasise the varioustypes of social media.PublicInterviews• We developed this as wegot the interviewees toactually sing along to thevideos they were talkingabout, and had cutaways tothe real footage.
    • ancillary forms –ancillary forms –real examplesreal examplesForm:Form: Example From Real Texts:Example From Real Texts: Use, develop or challenge? How?Use, develop or challenge? How?Photography • They developed this by reflectingthe rebelliousness of the band inthe chaotic background of thephotograph.Organisation • They developed this by having thetext in the middle thusrepresenting the wall between thetwo artists.• This also reflects the title – “Best OfBoth Worlds”.Size
    • ancillary forms –ancillary forms –our examplesour examplesForm:Form: Example From Our Ancillary:Example From Our Ancillary: Use, develop or challenge?Use, develop or challenge? HowHow??Photography • We developed this by havingthe focus on the face of theperson running away, as theywere closer to the camera.• This also created visualhierarchy.OrganisationSize • We used this by sticking tothe sizes provided by ourchosen newspaper andmagazine.
    • ancillary conventions –ancillary conventions –real examplesreal examplesConvention:Convention: Example From Real Texts:Example From Real Texts: Use, develop or challenge? How?Use, develop or challenge? How?Channel Logo • This was used as channel 4 areknow for having the logo place onthe middle right hand side of theadvert.Sub-Titles • They used this as we simply had aquestion in bold and a differentcolour and font above a newparagraph.Image/textPlacement• They developed this by havingmost of the text on the left handside and the pull quote on its ownon the right.
    • AncillAry conventions –AncillAry conventions –our exAmplesour exAmplesConvention:Convention: Example From Our Ancillary:Example From Our Ancillary: Use, develop or challenge? How?Use, develop or challenge? How?Channel Logo • This was used as channel 4 areknow for having the logo place onthe middle right hand side of theadvert.• We followed this convention.Sub-Titles • We used this as we simply had aquestion in bold and a differentcolour and font above a newparagraph.Image/textPlacement
    • Question : 2Question : 2• The combination of our Documentary and our Ancillary works well.• It is effective because the concepts behind our images/photographs for theDouble Page Spread and Newspaper Advert reinforce the message of ourDocumentary.• The fact that our images consist of Social Media chasing a person, emphasisesthe idea that we can not escape it and it has some form of control over us.• This is complemented by the Newspaper Advert in which Social Media istrying to tempt the viewer/audience with signs that read “Pick Me”, which alsoties in with our title that social could be "Hegemonic".• This means a more manipulative form of control, thus trying to reel people insubtly.• This is emphasised by the actors body language, e.g. their smiles and the signs.
    • Question : 2Question : 2• Draft 1, 2 and 3 we had the concept of social media being the puppeteers ofsociety. This strongly relates to our topic in regards to social media beinghegemonic‘• For draft 2 we used the same actor and scene for the title.
    • Question : 2Question : 2• For draft 3 we emphasised the idea of hegemony by making the control moresubtle.• We did this by putting puppet strings only in the shadow of the person usingsocial media. This emphasising that is a form of control that we do t notice andtherefore its hegemonic.
    • Question : 3Question : 3• Our topic is the social media landscape and whether it has a holdover society, and controls us in any way.• We focused our Documentary on various social networking sites.• The main ones being, YouTube Facebook and Twitter.• We explore how these sites not only keep society under a form ofcontrol but also how they have made social networking Democratic,through audience participation online via sites like YouTube andonline sharing and commenting.• Sharing our ideas and opinions means we have more freedom.
    • Question : 3Question : 3• This effectively means are target audience is predominantly people intheir teens or young adults. 16-25 year olds.• This down to the fact that statistically they spend the most time onsocial networking sites, thus making them the very victims of anykind of control exerted by these online sites.• This also means that they will take more of an interest in the topic asit affects them in a direct way.• People tend to be interested mostly in topics that concern them andeffect them in any way.
    • Question : 4Question : 4iMovie:iMovie:- Transitions- Adding music- Replacing footage- Cutaways- Recording Voiceovers- Adding and deleting footage- Importing footage from camera and documents- Changing volume- Exporting