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  • 1. Assignment #11 getting into groups A Luar Kauan Chantel a a le
  • 2. Teacher Assessment of Assignment 9- Draft 1. BBy : Luara
  • 3. Teacher Assessment of Assignment 9- Draft 1. Luara Grade: D+ Kauana Grade: D Chantelle Grade: U Group Grade: D+ B By : Luara
  • 4. What Went Well?• Had clear pictures• Clear brief and organised.• Clear organisation of chart.• Clear bullet point• Great reason to chosen genre. B• Great range of conventions.• Todorov’s theory was well explained.• Very detailed points By : Luara
  • 5. Even Better If?• Showed that we knew the grade of assignment 1• Been more specific on each scene.• Used pee structure on park k.• More developed brainstorm.• Better research• Improved on locations. B• Confusing colours on the shot list.• Wider range of images.• Developed part R. By : Luara
  • 6. Group decision to changes from Draft 3 to draft 4.• More organised slides.• Add better pictures to location.• Improve on the theories.• Complete Healthy and safety in more depth.• Add in character representation. C• Colour coordinate each type of shot.• Improve on Research of theme and Concept. By : Luara• Correct the type of narrative.
  • 7. Problems and obstacles.• Improving on research of theme. How we overcome them?• All members of the group went out to do their own Cresearch and each one came back with differentinformation, and put them all together. By : Luara
  • 8. Changes made from Draft 1 to Draft2?• Added pictures of the actor as it self and the character.• Added a chart of opinions. C• Made our video available to watch.• Added how we are going to use the conventions in our own opening sequence.• Changed the end of the story.• Made slides more organised. By : Luara
  • 9. How has these changes helped us improve?• Gave a clearer ending to the story.• Improved on our characters. C• Help us organise our conventions.• Made decisions easier as we had opinion from others.• More organised slides, were easier to see what we had done. By : Luara
  • 10. GENRE Genre?Genre of : Film NoirSubgenre of : Suspense. REASONS  Original  Previous opening sequence that we have seen.  Interesting  Different from what is usually seen these days Luara&Kauana  Good stories  To Learn more about the genre.  Personal interests  The use of femme fatale.  The themes used.  The suspense used.
  • 11. CONVENTIONSconventions Use/develop/challenge Purpose/Description Examples of filmsVoice over USE He tells how he got In sunset boulevard, the  Telling the story killed, and does it by narrator is the character Usually a man doing a flashback and telling his own story. Strong voice saying, ‘well lets go  Normally predicted to six months before Effective Person telling their own story. DEVELOP D Having a foreign accent Luara&Kauana
  • 12. GENRE Genre?Genre of : Film NoirSubgenre of : Suspense. REASONS  Original  Previous opening sequence that we have seen.  Interesting  Different from what is usually seen these days Luara&Kauana  Good stories  To Learn more about the genre.  Personal interests  The use of femme fatale.  The themes used.  The suspense used.
  • 13. CONVENTION Luara&Kauana Sconventions Use/develop/challenge Purpose/ Examples of films Descriptionvillain USE Sunset Femme fatale Men Boulevard Dominant Woman Desmond is Protagonist  Attractive the villain Seductive  Murderer and looks Stands out dominant DEVELOP and Sunset Boulevard Mrs Don’t stand out Dominated attractive Desmond, the villain. Not attractive CHALLENGE Antagonist Looks vulnerable Looks normal
  • 14. conventions conventions use/develop/challenge Purpose/ Examples of films description victim USE In sunset Male Desperate boulevard, Good looking Young Norma Falls for the femme fatale Desmond, kills Joe Murdered Gillis after DEVELOP he leaves Not attractive Woman her. In sunset boulevard, Norma Mature Strong Desmond, kills Joe Gillis Went against the after he leaves her. dominant woman. CHALLENGE Murderer Villain Luara&Kauana
  • 15. conventions conventions use/develop/challenge Examples of films crimes USE Sin city Men murdered Tragically Obsession Usually with guns Paranoia from villain Femme fatal Love Women murdered tales usually involved. Suspicious Hanging DEVELOP scene. The murderer looked normal death scenes If in the crimes the man was more dominating. CHALLENGE Very young person  involvedLuara&Kauana
  • 16. conventionsconventions use/develop/challenge Purpose/ Examples of films descriptionFemme fatale Use In sunset Dominant Attractive boulevard Leads men into danger she smoked Interesting and looked Flirtatious very Mysterious Elegant demanding Gorgeous Unloving Manipulative The scene Serious Smoking. specifically Develop shows her The scene specifically shows Mature Romantic being her being dominant. Less attractive dominant. Vulnerable Challenge Luara&Kauana Homme Fatale.
  • 17. conventionsconventions Use/develop/challenge Purpose/ Examples of films DescriptionDetective. Use The •Long coat detective in •Men double •Mysterious indemnity •Intelligent looking like •Mature a typical •Good looking detective •Neat Develop •Dopy •Young •Bad looking Challenge •Messy •women Luara&Kauana
  • 18. How are we using the conventions in out opening sequence?conventions Use/develop/Develop purpose/decriptionFemme Fatale Use In our movie we are • Dominant using the convention • Attractive of femme fatale: • Leads men into danger • because our main • Flirtatious character is a femme • Mysterious fatale, and she seduces • Elegant men , and kills them • Manipulative after. D • Serious • the makeup is also of a • Smoking femme fatale, which is a eyeliner on the eye on the top , and red lips. By : Luara
  • 19. How are we using the conventions in out opening sequence?conventions Use/develop/challenge Purpose/Descriptiondetective Use In our opening sequence •Long coat we are using the •Men convention of Detective. •Mysterious Because in the story the •Intelligent detective will be interrogating •Mature the femme fatale, he will be a •Good looking very typical detective wearing •Neat a long coat , with a neat hair to the side. D By : Luara
  • 20. How are we using the conventions in out opening sequence?conventions Use/develop/challenge Purpose/descriptioncrimes USE In our opening sequence we • Men murdered. are using crimes because: • Tragically. • She kills the men • Obsession. • It is suspicious because we don’t • Paranoia from villain. know what happens D • Femme fatal. • Suspicious . We are developing it : because: DEVELOP • the murderer looks very normal • The murderer looked so Valentina is pretty normal , normal . and doesn’t look as if she does • death scenes. any of the things she does. By : Luara
  • 21. How are we using the conventions in out opening sequence?conventions Use/develop/challenge Description/Purposevillain USE In our opening • Femme fatale sequence we are using • Murderer villain: • Protagonist The femme fatale (villain) • Seductive kills the victims after she • Woman goes to bed with them. • Attractive. D By : Luara
  • 22. Sunset boulevard Murdering men Past obsessions Tragedy Death Criminal E GunsBY :Luara Anger No consequence
  • 23. DOUBLE IDEMNITY E The use of detective Investigation Talked into a murderFalling for the person not allowed. By:Luara
  • 24. Inspirational Scenes• Scenes from Basic Instinct: A scene of the seductive women, getting the knife while having sex with the partner to kill him.Showing the women, being sexytowards the investigator while beinginterrogated. Showing her being interrogated by some police officers. By:Kauana
  • 25. Theme sadness loss danger harm evil passing angerscared Tragedy Past/future criminals F accident desperate Luara&Kauana guns knifes
  • 26. Luara&Kauana Theme paranoia flashbacks rage victims arguments villainsdisgust Revenge FBetrayal Out of control hatred Act without love thinking
  • 27. Luara&Kauanaconcept IVESTIGATION POLICE BLOODCRIME Murder GUN EVIL KNIFE
  • 28. • Theme – RevengeRevenge is a harmful action against a person or group in response to a grievance, be itreal or perceived. It is also called payback, retribution, retaliation or vengeance;it may be characterized, justly or unjustly, as a form of justice.• Theme – Tragedy A drama or literary work in which the main character is brought to ruin G or suffers extreme sorrow, especially as a consequence of a tragic flaw, moral weakness, or inability to cope with unfavourable circumstances.• Concept – MurderMurder is the unlawful killing, with malice a fore though of another humanbeing, and generally this state of mind distinguishes murder from other forms ofunlawful homicide. As the loss of a human being inflicts enormous grief uponthe individuals close to the victim, as well as the fact that the commission of amurder is highly detrimental to the good order within society, most societiesboth present and in antiquity have considered it a most serious crime worthy ofthe harshest of punishment.
  • 29. The story. Luara&Kauana
  • 30. FILM STORY Luara&Kauana1. Valentina is left at the altar , never forgetting that situation , she wants revenge.2. She starts going out to pubs and clubs, to look for men, in order to fulfil her emptiness.3. After going to bed with them, she kills them without remorse or regret. These men are being looked for and so a private investigator takes on the case.4. By investigating the case he finds out what Valentina has been doing , and interrogates her.5. After finding out everything, by her telling him. As normal she seduces him with her femme fatale way of being, as she knew he was a threat. After sleeping together she kills him continuing with no consequences. And so her life goes on. H
  • 31. What went well? Even better if?• WWW:-clear bullet points- Excellent video.- Good explanation.• EBI:Showed how we had changed and adapted the idea. H By : Luara
  • 32. Opening sequence1.Starting with pictures of the missing men2.With an over shoulder shot, there will an in interrogation between Valentina and the investigator Smith.3.Valetina without remorse starts to tell the story. There comes a flashback.4.Shows a scene of her meeting her friend Kimberly and going inside a club. Then straight after a scene of valentina coming out of the doors , with a man. With a straight cut the scene of her, opening the door and pushing the man into bed. Without showing what happens after.5. After, it goes back to the scene of her and the investigator and her going towards him seducing him , the scenes fades out , and the H title ‘ Valentina’ comes up. Luara&Kauana
  • 33. What went well? Even better if?• WWW:- Clear bullet points- Brief explanation- Well divided. t- original• EBI:- Changed the ending of the story. H
  • 34. How are we improving our opening sequence from our previous ideas?• Added an investigator.• Added an interrogation.• Added an extra character.• Took out the fact that she killed the man with a knife.• Changed the ending to her seducing the investigator, instead of not showing anything. H How is each student contributing: Luara : has done her parts , and has given ideas to change . Kauana: Has also done her parts, and helped with ideas. Chantelle: Hasn’t helped. By : Luara
  • 35. FILM STORY Luara&Kauana1. Valentina is left at the altar , never forgetting that situation , she wants revenge.2. She starts going out to pubs and clubs, to look for men, in order to fulfil her emptiness.3. After going to bed with them, she kills them without remorse or regret. These men are being looked for and so a private investigator takes on the case.4. By investigating the case he finds out what Valentina has been doing , and interrogates her.5. After finding out everything, by her telling him. As normal she seduces him with her femme fatale way of being, as she knew he was a threat. After sleeping together she kills him continuing with no consequences. And so her life goes on. H
  • 36. Opening sequence1.Starting with pictures of the missing men2.With an over shoulder shot, there will an in interrogation between Valentina and the investigator Smith.3.Valetina without remorse starts to tell the story. There comes a flashback.4.Shows a scene of her meeting her friend Kimberly and going inside a club. Then straight after a scene of valentina coming out of the doors , with a man. With a straight cut the scene of her, opening the door and pushing the man into bed. Without showing what happens after.5. After, it goes back to the scene of her and the investigator and her going towards him seducing him , the scenes fades out , and the title ‘ Valentina’ comes up. H Luara&Kauana
  • 37. Changes from Draft 1 to Draft 2.Changed the ending of the story.H By : Luara
  • 38. By :Luara&kauana Story board. I
  • 39. Story board. I By : Luara&kauana
  • 40. Story board. I By : Luara&kauana
  • 41. Story board. I By : Luara&kauana
  • 42. J
  • 43. Script. J Continuation. By : Luara& Kauana
  • 44. Shot list By : Luara K
  • 45. Shot list KContinuation. By : Luara
  • 46. EnigmaSunset Boulevard. Sin city.• This part creates enigma as it slowly comes • This film uses a lot of fade in and fade outs so up showing the rest of the set. it we as audience have to really pay attention• They use the Slow motion to create tension. so we don’t miss out on anything and this• To make the scene more effective they use a makes the film more enjoyable to watch. track that builds up the excitement creating • They have quick shots so this makes the enigma. conventions of genre clearer. L
  • 47. Creating Enigma.• Not showing full scenes.• Having the voice over makes the story more exciting to watch.• Character gives a lot of information, but doesnt finish.. But doesnot give full details and facts.• Valentina is a very mysterious person, by her looks and her wayof speaking makes her odd. L
  • 48. Target Audience• Hobbies: Cinema, fashion, antique.• Age: 30-40 M• Gender: Mostly Female, but some older men.• Ethinicity: English/ American/ German.• Lifestyle: Traditional, cultural, used to having technology but still likening the old versions of films. Likes women power, feels proud about their sex. Location: People that live in the city.• Target Audience will be interested because our opening sequence shows enigma, culture, fashionable and very feminist.• They way our film is edited creates a lot of enigma, we use extreme close up shots to emphasize important things. We also use zoom in and zoom out to show different places and times. Flash backs are also used to show scenes of the past to make the present scene more clear.
  • 49. Target Audience• Hobbies: Cinema, fashion, antique.• Age: 30-40 M• Gender: Mostly Female, but some older men.• Ethinicity: English/ American/ German.• Lifestyle: Traditional, cultural, used to having technology but still likening the old versions of films. Likes women power, feels proud about their sex. Location: People that live in the city.• Target Audience will be interested because our opening sequence shows enigma, culture, fashionable and very feminist.• They way our film is edited creates a lot of enigma, we use extreme close up shots to emphasize important things. We also use zoom in and zoom out to show different places and times. Flash backs are also used to show scenes of the past to make the present scene more clear.
  • 50. Target Audience Questionnaire M• Do you think film noir is suitable for this generation?No, because this generation is more used to modern movies and style of life.• Are you interested in movies in which tragedy and evilness occurs? Yes, because it makes it more realistic as we have tragedy and evil in our world today.• Do you agree that murder should be involved in our story? Yes as murder is an essential thing for film noir movies.• Are the characters representation suitable for the story? Yes they are because they are the typical characters used in film noir, the woman being very sexual and attractive. The male being good looking but being taking over by the woman, the investigator being serious.• Do you think of using urban areas such as Harlesden in London make the movie more inspirational and real to the viewers? Yes it does because people might have gone by those streets already. Amanda Oliveira.
  • 51. Target Audience Questionnaire M• Do you think film noir is suitable for this generation?No, because most of the people want new technology.• Are you interested in movies in which tragedy and evilness occurs?Yes because it makes the movie more interesting.• Do you agree that murder should be involved in our story?No, because it already has a lot of tragedy .• Are the characters representation suitable for the story?Yes because they go with the genres and conventions of film noir.• Do you think of using urban areas such as Harlesden in London make the movie more inspirational and real to the viewers?Yes because it makes it more real using normal areas.
  • 52. Target Audience Questionnaire M• Do you think film noir is suitable for this generation?Yes because this generation has a bit of old fashioned in them so they still like to see less modern things.• Are you interested in movies in which tragedy and evilness occurs?No because I like to see things that make me happy and not sad.• Do you agree that murder should be involved in our story?If you want to make the story affective you should use some murder.• Are the characters representation suitable for the story?Yes because they follow every characteristic needed.• Do you think of using urban areas such as Harlesden in London make the movie more inspirational and real to the viewers?
  • 53. By: Luara Opinions on film . Name: Andre. Name: Ana Name: Yolanda. Age:33 Age:48 Age:19 Gender : female Gender : Female Gender : Male • Liked the style of film • Reminds her of when she• Didn’t like the style of was young noir.movie. • Like the story. • Liked the way its black and• Think its too old. white• Don’t like black and white • thought it was original. • Liked the story and thoughmovies. it was interesting.
  • 54. Main girl : Valetina By :Luara INSPITATIONS: Costumes: N Black stilettos a beige dress. Skin coloured tights Props:Luara A small purse Studs Cigarette Hair & Makeup pinup ( eyeliner ) Red lips Very clear face curled
  • 55. VALENTINA MAKEUP SHOES BELT £50 COMES WITH THE BARRATS DRESS DRESS £1 BOHOO WAY OF BEING :FULL BODY DOMINANT SEDUCTIVE.
  • 56. INSPIRATIONS. KIMBERLY Costumes:KAUANA A dress with a belt N Beige shoes Black tights By : Luara Hair and makeup: Hair straight down Make up neutral , such as Kim Kardashian’s.
  • 57. Kimberly Shoes: Aldo: £55 N Dress: Apricot Belt. £37 primark £5 Way of being: Costumes: Props: hair: Party girl Black dress gold belt straight. Sensual Beige shoes Purse LoudFull body. Black tights By : Luara
  • 58. One of the victims - no name given. N Way of being : womaniser business man self confident macho. INSPIRATION: Shirt. Black trousers and shoes. George Clooney’s hairLuara in oceans 11. By : Luara
  • 59. Victim . Trousers: Waistcoat: Fake £30 £20 cigarette : - next - next £1.85 -e-bay shirt : £15 -next By :Luara Costumes Props Hair A black trousers cigarette Neat White shirt car keys To the side Black shoes. FULL BODY.
  • 60. INVESTIGATORSMITH. INSPIRATION. N Costume: Black shirt Black trousers A hat Black shoes Props: Pictures Magnifying glass. By : Luara
  • 61. Investigator Smith Shirt: Next men. £25 N Way of being: • Smart talking Trousers: • Intelligent Bershka Hat: • Calm £30 Accessories: £7 • Mysterious Costume: Props: Hair: -Black shirt -A magnifying glass -Neat -Black trousers -Pictures -Black shoes By : Luara Full body -Long coat.
  • 62. Location• This location will be set in Kauana’s house its at one of the group members house, its in Harlesden its very close to the school so it will be easy to have access at any time to this place.• You can just walk from school to the house. About 7mins walk.• There are no health and safety concerns inside the house as it is situated at a safe house. The only concern is getting from the school to the house. The concerns are, crossing roads, area protection.• It will be accessible on Monday, Wednesday and on weekends. At any time. By:Kauana O
  • 63. Location In front of Way to the house. house. Roads.The desk forinvestigation Q
  • 64. Narrativ eNon -linear1st – Her with the detective  present 2nd – Flashback of her with the men  past 3rd – it goes back to her and the detective, at the same time.Luara&Kauana
  • 65. Film Theory?• We are using the theory of Vladimir Propp who came up with stereotyped characters• QValetina(main girl) : will be the typical villainThe men( one of the men) :will be the typical victimMr Smith (investigator) :typical victim/helper. By : Luara
  • 66. Film Theory? Q• We are using the theory of Tvzetan Todorov , who came up with the theory of the narrative structure. Equilibrium  she is killing all the men , and no one has found out. Disequilibrium  the investigator finds out everything she had done, and becomes a threat to her . She also kills the investigator. New equilibrium  there is no consequences to her acts. By : Luara
  • 67. Film Theory? Q• We are using the Claude Levi-Strauss theory of the narrative conflict• 1.Femme fatale ( villain ) vs. Victim• 2.Past vs. future – flashback , and what she will do to the investigator. By : Luara
  • 68. Film distributing company. RParamount Pictures UK.Reasons :• One of the oldest film distributers• Distributed the most film noirs ** such as : Sunset Boulevard• Distributed the most amount of film noirs.• Serves film worldwide• Good finance , they have make $300 million in 2011. By : Luara
  • 69. Film Distributing Company R• Columbia Pictures.Reasons- Partner ship with Paramount pictures- It is within the 5 distributing companies that has distributed more then 499 film noirs.- Distributed world wide- Has distributed new film noir. By : Luara- Has made a budget of $200 million in 2011.
  • 70. Film distributing company RTwentieth century fox• Reasons :- Distributes a lot o suspense- Such as planet of the apes.- 2011 budget : $250 million- Has stared Femme Fatales such as Marylyn Monroe.- Distributes Worldwide.- Distributes a lot of films with suspense genre. By : Luara
  • 71. Inspirations. Titles&Credits The postman Always Lady in theSunset Boulevard rings twice. lake. S•Blocks • Blocks • Stands out• White • Feminine • Capital letters•Well separated • Soft and strong • Bold • Good font size • The curve makes it• Big size • Shows seriousness and seem more smooth.•Black background. fun at the same time. • White font.•Shows seriousness. • White font. By : Luara
  • 72. Fonts and Titles S POSSIBLE CHOSEN ONE: FONTS TO USE. ValentinaValentina Credits:Valentina Director : Kauana Labaldi Director: Luara GoulartVALENTINA Why? • It looks serious • It was created in 1927, so it has a lot to do with theVALENTINA time that the movie is set • It is bold, stands out • It evokes the feeling of the twenties and thirties.. By : Luara
  • 73. Colour of font S Colour of font : white TITLE. Reasons:VALENTINA • It will stand out in the black and CREDITS white background (there will be FONT. more black than white).Credits • Shows the serenity that Valentina is with the dark backgroundDirector: Kauana Labaldi representing the things she hasProducer: Luara Pires done.Co-Director: Kauana LabaldiCostume Director: Luara Pires • Adds to one of our Theories of conflict : black and white. By : Luara
  • 74. Inspirational Sounds- Diegetic Sound S Sunset Boulevard Playback music. Basic Instinct. • This track has a slow beginning, with a calm • The sounds on this scene will be used for the beat. After the 45second the beat speeds up. flashbacks. • This would be very good for our Opening • The track sounds like a camera taking Sequence as we need a song that builds up pictures. the tension as the actions on the scene • It’s a quick sound, just a snap. happen. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gynns6MEbw&oref=http%3A %2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fresults%3Fsearch_query%3Dbasichttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75tKmtT6Uz8 %2Binstinct%2Btrailer%26oq%3Dbasic%2Binstinct%2Btrailer%26a q%3Df%26aqi%3D%26aql%3D%26gs_sm%3De%26gs_upl%3D3422 l5610l0l5750l8l8l0l7l0l0l78l78l1l1l0
  • 75. Inspirational Sounds – Diegetic Sound TSin City Playback music. Lady in Lake Playback music.• In this opening sequence they really focus on • This soundtrack would be good for when the the sound of the actress heels as she’s name of the opening sequence comes up. walking and they emphasize the sound of the Valentina streets: cars/traffic lights.• This would be good for when our character is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z7hBsoVU68c walking, on her way to the club.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bm4YTs_Mr5M
  • 76. Inspirational Sounds – Non Diegetic T Nails tipping on the table- to show the intensity of the scene. Walking in heels. Car sounds on streets.
  • 77. What is BBFC? U• Bbfc is the British company that give age rates to British movies.• It stands for British Board of Film Classification.• It was set up in 1912.• T.P. O’Connor’s set everything up. By : Luara
  • 78. BBFC Ratings.
  • 79. BBFC- Britih Board of Film Classification UBBFC USDiscrimination DiscriminationDiscriminatory language or behaviour must not be endorsed We are not discriminating anyone.by the work as a whole.Drugs Drugs:Any misuse of drugs must be infrequent and should not be We are using cigarettes , but its not being glamorised or instructional.glamorised or give instructional detail.Horror Horror:Moderate physical and psychological threat may be We are not having horror in any form.permitted, provided disturbing sequences are not frequentor sustained.Imitable behaviour Imitable behaviour:Dangerous behaviour (for example, hanging, suicide and self- We are not applying any of these into our film.harming) should not dwell on detail which could be copied,or appear pain or harm free.Language Language:The use of strong language (for example, ‘fuck’) must be We are not using any strong language.infrequent.Nudity Nudity:Nudity is allowed, but in a sexual context must be brief and No nuditydiscreet.Sex SexSexual activity may be briefly and discreetly portrayed. We are only showing a very discreet scene. By : Luara
  • 80. •Kauana & Luara