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  • 1. Assignment 11 – draft 4 opening sequence draft 2. Luara Kauana Chantelle
  • 2. WWW & EBI WWW:• Our use of characters/actors• Expressed good emotions• Clear body language EBI:• Make sure its not blurry• Improved on framing• Correct the titles• Have a bigger range of shots• Break down the scenes
  • 3. Decisions & RevisionsDecisions:• Break down the scenes• For the investigator to only start talking when he is already sitting down• Investigation about only one guy• Show pictures of that person• Have files on tables• The investigator will also have a voice over• Various flashbacks not just 1• Having a voice over that is not going to tell the story too much
  • 4. Obstacles and problems:Obstacles and How have theseproblems: changes helped?• Problems with the camera focus Made the opening sequence more like• Couldn’t find correct an opening sequence, music not a short story.• Costume wasn’t correct for the investigator
  • 5. Record of Grade for Draft 1.Teacher Assessment Peer assessed by Group 3 WWW:• Our use of characters/actors• Expressed good emotions• Clear body language EBI:• Make sure its not blurry• Improved on framing• Correct the titles• Have a bigger range of shots• Break down the scenes
  • 6. Record of Grade for Draft 1. Self Assessment
  • 7. Genre?Genre of : Film NoirSubgenre of : Suspense. REASONS Genre: Film Noir – Neo Film Noir  Original  Previous opening sequence  Stayed with this genre because it was that we have seen. what our opening sequence was shown to be like. Added the Neo film noir because it was more to the type of  Interesting  Different from what is movie we were doing. usually seen these days Conventions of this Genre:  Good stories  To Learn more about the Films that emphasize cynical attitudes and genre. sexual motivations.  Personal interests  The use of femme fatale.  The themes used.  The suspense used.
  • 8. Enigma• Only showing small clips• Asking direct questions• Scenes not linked to answers• Suspicious sound effects• Audience knows the truth but actors don’t.• Showing close ups of files and pictures.
  • 9. Inspirational scenesName of film This scene is inspirational is because it ;DOUBLE IDEMNITY • Follows the conventions of a film noir detective • through body language , clothing and his surroundingsBasic instinct Gives clear example of how our femme fatale Characters body language ,posture
  • 10. Theme sadness loss danger harm evil passing angerscared Tragedy Past/future criminals F accident desperate Luara&Kauana guns knifes
  • 11. Luara&Kauana Theme paranoia flashbacks rage victims arguments villainsdisgust Revenge FBetrayal Out of control hatred Act without love thinking
  • 12. Luara&Kauanaconcept IVESTIGATION POLICE BLOODCRIME Murder F GUN EVIL KNIFE
  • 13. Idea development• Investigator reading the files (voice over of his mind)• He receives a call (bring her in)• Valentina comes in seductively, seats down and looks over the files.• Investigator starts to ask questions. Valentina answers with flashbacks• Ask more questions- mentions how she is involved in his disspering.
  • 14. NEW SHOT LIST.scene shot1 -Establishing shot -High angle -Close up shot -Mid shot1a. -Close up shot -Mid shot -Panning2. -Close up shot - Mid shot -Long shot -Establishing shot2a. -Close up shot -Establishing shot -High angle shot.3. -Two shot - Mid shot -Side shot -Over shoulder shot3a -Close up shot -Establishing shot -High angle shot.
  • 15. 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.
  • 16. 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.
  • 17. Characters.ACTOR CHARACTER
  • 18. Costume: Character Representation:- Black trousers- Black shoes -Dominant- Black shirt -Assertive- Long coat -SeriousProps:-Folder -Pen-Hat
  • 19. Distributing Company.•Funded in 1979•Has distributed Film noir•No longer owned by Disney channel , therefore the company is tryingto change the way they are seen.•Has Distributed major films with investigation theme such as ‘Bodyheat’ and ‘The usual suspects’•Miramax sells directly with the partnerships including: Lionsgate,Netflix, Face book which would be a easier way to reach the mainstreamaudience.
  • 20. Inspirations. Titles&CreditsSunset Boulevard The postman Always Lady in the rings twice. lake. S•Blocks • Blocks • Stands out• White • Feminine • Capital letters•Well separated • Soft and strong • Bold• Big size • Good font size • The curve makes it•Black background.•Shows seriousness. • Shows seriousness and seem more smooth. fun at the same time. • White font. • White font. By : Luara
  • 21. 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
  • 22. Colour of font S Colour of font : white TITLE. Reasons: VALENTINA • It will stand out in the black and white background (there will be CREDITS more black than white). FONT.Credits • Shows the serenity that Valentina is with the dark backgroundDirector: Luara Pires representing the things she hasAssistant Director: Kauana Labaldi done.Photography Director: Chantelle GilkesArt Director: Kauana Labaldi / • Adds to one of our Theories ofChantelle Gilkes conflict : black and white.Camera Man: Luara Goulart / KauanaLabaldi / Chantelle Gilkes By : Luara