Overview of pitch

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  • 1. GCSE Film Studies
  • 2. Define marking criteria for pitch Pitch Apply marking criteria toCreate pitch two examples pitches Explain key features of pitch
  • 3. Level 1 Extremely limited, little or no knowledge and understanding of how to pitch a film. Written0-2 communication uneven and extremely limited with high proportion of inaccuracies.Level 2 Basic knowledge and understanding of how to pitch a film. Written communication more generally accurate3-5 although still limited.Level 3 Reasonable knowledge and understanding of how to pitch a film. Written communication good. More confident use6-7 of specialist terminology.Level 4 Excellent knowledge and understanding of how to pitch a film. Written communication excellent. Confident and8-10 well-integrated use of specialist terminology.
  • 4.  Look at the following examples:  Butcher  Obsession Lover What level would you apply to each pitch? Why have you awarded that level?
  • 5.  What is your Logline? What genre have you selected? Which genre film is similar to your film? What is your film about? Who are the main stars of your film? Who is the main target audience for your film?
  • 6.  Using your answers to the previous questions create your own 150 word pitch for your film Remember, you are being graded on:  Quality of your Pitch  Use of terminology  Written Communication
  • 7.  Ensure that your 150 word summary answer all of the key questions Proof read your work or get someone else to read over it Make sure your ideas are clear – why not share your ideas with a friend? Make sure that your film is generic – does it seem like the kind of film that would be released