Dreams of Death’ Work Analysis

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The 'Dreams of Death' Poster Analysis; and the 'Dreams of Death' Website Analysis

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Dreams of Death’ Work Analysis

  1. 1. ‘Dreams of Death’ Work Analysis • ‘Dreams of Death’ Poster Analysis • ‘Dreams of Death’ Website Analysis By Joseph Knight
  2. 2. ‘Dreams of Death’ Poster AnalysisThe use of faded images on themain actor’s head whilst he is I have given the poster a ‘Glass’sleeping show the viewers of the effect on Adobe Photoshop.poster that he is seeing these The use of this effect on myvisions in his dreams, thus why poster is that it makes the entirethe movie is called ‘Dreams of image look hazy, and notDeath’. everything is as it seems in the trailer.The inclusion of the filmtitle, release date and websiteaddress is always crucial to The inclusion of a slogan on theinclude in any movie’s trailer. poster can potentially be asThis informs the viewers of the important as the title of the film.poster what the film is, when it is The slogan of my trailer ‘Youreleased, and what website don’t want to be this teacher’sthey can visit to gain more pet…’ indicates that a teacherinformation about the movie. is involved in the film in some way, and that the teacher is possibly the villain of the film.
  3. 3. ‘Dreams of Death’ Website AnalysisThe main picture included in the Here is where the trailer will be placed in thewebsite is the same picture used website. Placing it directly below the title ofin the poster. This keeps the film will help the viewers of the website toconsistency throughout all of know that this is the trailer of this film. I have used thethe advertisements of the film. same font for the film title, slogan, billing box and release date in this website as I have for the poster. This, once again, keeps consistency throughout all of the advertisements of the film. Below the billing box I have included a 15 For the main picture, I copied the certificate logo, the ‘UK Film Council’ picture used on the website and used logo, a ‘Dolby Digital’, and a ‘DTS’ logo. a black-coloured ‘Basic Brush’ on All of these logos are what most Adobe Photoshop to create the professional movies replicate in their blurred effect around the picture. websites, and I have therefore replicated it in mine.

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