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First draft audience feedback

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First draft audience feedback

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  • 1. FIRST DRAFT AUDIENCE FEEDBACK By Josh Davey
  • 2. 1. Does the first draft of my film trailer meet the conventions, if so why? Everyone answered yes and stated: • It was exciting, and kept the audience on the edge • It used conventional shot types and conventions of the genre • It shows small clips of scenes to keep the audience guessing • It leaves the audience guessing • Gives away little of the story but enough to interest the audience
  • 3. 2.Does it appeal to you as a member of the target audience? Why? Everyone answered yes and stated: • It looks exciting and has a lot of conventional elements • It’s interesting and mysterious • Keeps the audience interested • Makes the audience want to find out more about the film and what happens to the protagonist
  • 4. 3.Is my use of camera angles conventional? All of the audience answered yes and stated: • It shows the situations clearly • Conventionally represents specific characters • Point of view shots and wide angle shots helped to show off the protagonist’s mental state • It shows meaning and relationships between the characters
  • 5. 4.Is my use of sound conventional? All of the audience answered yes, stating: • The sound makes the scenes more tense • It adds build up and conventionally builds up as the trailer goes on, working into more past paced and tense scenes. • It creates tension and justifies the shot types •
  • 6. 5.Is my use of editing conventional? All of the audience answered yes, stating: • The editing is slower paced and then builds up to fast paced • It shows transitions between the equilibrium and disequilibrium • Having the monologue to begin and end makes it more tense and engages the audience, making them feel at one with the protagonist
  • 7. 6.Is my use of mise-en-scene conventional? All of the audience answered yes, stating: • It is conventional because they locations are in everyday areas, which is what the plot is about • The scenes of the antagonist are in high key lighting, showing their dominance • The scenes of the protagonist are in low key lighting, showing he’s in a situation, creating tension and mystery
  • 8. 7.Do you feel I’ve met the criteria and conventionally created a film trailer that appeals to the target audience? All of the audience answered yes
  • 9. 8.Please list some improvements. • Change location for the antagonist scenes • Add in more chase sequences • More tension • Re film the pill taking in more locations
  • 10. Summary Overall from this feedback, I have found out that it does appeal to the target audience greatly, with only a few minor issues that need to be fixed. I have decided after gaining all my feedback that I am going to do the following to improve: • Re-film the pill taking scenes in multiple different locations • Re-film the government agent scenes in a more conventional location • Add in additional chase scenes