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  • 1. Advanced Portfolio Evaluation Amrit Kaur
  • 2. In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products?
      • My media product uses forms and conventions of real media products for example I followed the forms and conventions of the comedy film trailer Mr. Bean Goes On Holiday. I used a comical font for my onscreen text in my trailer and I had also used clips of the comical moments which would be the main comedy elements of the film.
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  • 3. In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products?
      • It also followed the forms and conventions as it has no resolution at the end, this makes the audience want to watch it even more so they know how the story ends.
  • 4. In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products?
      • My film poster also followed the comical forms and conventions as I used a white background and had a picture just of the character on his own with two thumbs up along side with the bright coloured clothing and font used.
  • 5. How effective is the combination of your main product and ancillary texts?
      • My magazine cover also followed the forms and conventions of a real product as it consist of a big blown up image just like on the real ‘Empire’ magazine and it also consists of kickers and sub headings about what’s featured in the magazine itself
  • 6. How effective is the combination of your main product and ancillary texts?
    • The trailer I made is very effective as it creates the whole comedy element of my film as it consists of funny scenes of the character Hubert falling up the stairs, dancing whilst ironing and just pulling funny facial expressions without even realising it. It combines with other two media products, a magazine cover and the poster, as it continues uses the same font as the font used in the film trailer for my on screen texts, which is the ‘Ravie’ font. This font is mainly targeted towards children and families as it’s like a bubble writing sort of font which is mainly associated with children. The bright colours that I’ve used, orange and purple, also show that my film is a summer film as they are bright summery colours. The colours that I have used also combine with what Hubert is wearing – his orange t-shirt and his purple passport which he is holding.
  • 7. What have you learned from your audience feedback?
    • From my audience feedback I have learnt that all three of my products were very successful as they found it easy to understand what genre the film is about and found the trailer to be quite comical. The audience that viewed my products also managed to identify the character as quite silly and clumsy just by looking at the magazine cover and poster. They made this assumption through the use of bright colours I had used and the use of the facial expressions created by the character.
  • 8. How did you use media technologies in the construction and research, planning and evaluation stages?
    • I researched all my products online using websites such as youtube.com to look at example trailers and for my example posters I searched online on official websites of the films and on the website www.imdb.com.
    • For the making of my coursework I used technologies such as still cameras to take pictures of my actor dressed up and a video camera to record my actual trailer. After recording and taking pictures I then used the software ‘Adobe Premiere Elements’ to edit my footage that I had captured and delete the unwanted scenes that I did not need. To edit my photos that I wanted to use for my magazine and poster I used the programme ‘Adobe Photoshop Elements’, this allowed me deleted my unwanted background and have a white background with a neatly cropped picture of my character on top.