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  • Evaluation
    Ali AssadA Level MediaCoursework
    Evaluation
  • M.I.G.R.A.I.N
    Media
    • Film Trailer used to communicate the commodity.
    • Magazine used to sell the commodity.
    • Poster to advertise the commodity. (For those who may not own TV’s or the Internet.)
    Institution
    • New Line Cinema
    Genre
    • Romance/Comedy
    Representation
    • The representation displays comedy and makes jokes. The storyline is clear.
    Audience
    • Young Teens.
    Ideology
    • About how teens approach romance.
    • Crazy things teens may do.
    Narrative
    • Main Character is displayed throughout the trailer
  • In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products ?
    Poster;
    • Stereotypical colouring to relate to both genre’s.
    • Mixed photo, showing a different form of creativity.
    Film;
    • Developed a storyline and set the plot in the trailer.
    • Questioning the audience throughout the trailer, making them alert.
    Magazine;
    • Uses the concept of themes on front cover
    • Tried to use a variety of colours that would not be seen in regular magazines.
    • Challenges the idea to use colours that may clash. Makes magazine stand out.
  • Developments: - Front Cover
    Title sampling
  • Final:- Front Cover
  • Front Cover - Comparison
  • Developments: - Poster
  • Final:- Poster
  • Poster - Comparison
  • Film- Trailer
    • Not too much is given away throughout the trailer.
    • We attempted to establish the plot throughout the trailer by using a storyboard.
    • We added questions to make to audience more aware of what is happening but to also drag the audience in too, such as ‘would you think it’s weird?’
    • The theme is same to our magazine and poster.
    • Same Characters being applied to trailer and the magazine cover.
  • How effective is the combination of your main product and ancillary texts?
    • Combination of text styles and the logos.
    • The colour scheme being similar.
    • Same Characters being applied to trailer and the magazine cover.
  • How did you use new media technologies in the construction and research, planning and evaluation stages?
    BLOGGER
    Adobe Photoshop CS4
    Editing tools such as magic wand.
    Research
    through
    Internet;- YouTube
    • IMDB
    • Total Film
    • Empire
    Planning
    Designing
    Updating
    Cropping
    iMovie
    Video Camera
    Cutting
    Filming
    Music
    Representation
    Lighting
    Angles
  • What have you learned from your audience feedback?
    Positive;
    • Different.
    • Vibrant colours.
    • Good layout and narrative for trailer.
    • Creativity.
    Negative;
    • Too many colours.
    • Some irrelevant material.
    • Reveals too much information.Questionnaire – Research
  • Finish.
    Ali AssadA Level MediaCoursework
    Evaluation