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  • 1. Feedback
  • 2. -I created a questionnaire to be completed by my target audience, young males.
    I asked a mixture of open and closed questions.
    15 young males filled out my questionnaire.
    This questionnaire would also uncover any problems or point out any improvements I could make.
  • 3.
  • 4. Q2) Does my film opening relate to any social groups or stereotypes?
    All 15 participants thought that my film went against typical teenage stereotypes.
  • 5. Q3) Do you think a small or big company would distribute my film?
  • 6. Q4) Who do you believe would watch or be interested in this film?
  • 7. More information revealed about about characters
    Sound Levels
    Q5) What could be improved?
    More Dialogue
  • 8. Q6) Do you understand what the characters do as a profession?
  • 9. Q7) Do you understand what has happened?
  • 10. Q8) Is the acting believable?
  • 11. Q9) Would continue watching the film?
  • 12. This feedback has been generally positive.
    I found this useful as the majority of men who answered my question spotted the sound levels of my narrations and backing were out of sync. I soon corrected it. To the other improvements that were suggested, such as ‘more dialogue’, I decided to keep with my original footage. I believe the small amount of dialogue increases tension and that is what I wanted to achieve with my film opening.