Sophie, Ali, Alex- Idea keynote 1Presentation Transcript
Sophie Watson, Alison Murphy and Alex Shaw
Our hybrid idea
A student becomes one to one with their mind. They discover their true reality of existence and
gift. At peace with themselves, they discover they have supernatural powers, and study the
philosophy of existence. And they learn how to value their supernatural powers until it become
far beyond their belief and they begin to abuse their gift.
They are a normal student who attends college, meanwhile another student (female) passes by
the (year 13 male student who has hidden powers). The year 12 catches sight of the year 13
ﬂashing their fangs. Now the year 12 student is the only person who realises there is something
abnormal about the year 13 student.
However the year 13 student stalks the year 12 around college because he is drawn to the scent
of her blood.
We have combined both of ideas together, to make a hybrid.
Alison’s idea is a psychological thriller, and Sophie’s idea is vampire.
Alison’s romance idea
Two men compete for one woman s love,
she has to decide who she will devote
her love to. And which one will she give
her hand in marriage to.
Sophie’s sci-ﬁ idea
A student falls unconscious for no
reason. When they awake they think they
are feeling ﬁne, but they realise they
have super powers. They think they are
the only one but they are not.
Alison’s psychological thriller idea
A student travels in time between two
realties, the student has to decide which
one is the real existence and which one
is a dream. The student has to believe in
their instincts and accept the true reality
and whether it is a dream or not.
Alex’s mystery idea
A Best Friend goes missing from college grounds
between a lesson change over.
The best friend ﬁnds themselves walking amongst the
woods located at the college grounds. The best friend
is drawn to the two tall tree’s that are not like the
others, as the best friend walks through them they
disappear. The best friend returns from a different time
with a different appearance.
The episode ends with a cliff hanger, the audience will
not be told what happened to the best friend.
What would you expect from a webisode?
Isolated Locations Moody Setting
Two Characters Crime
Great Climax Tense
Gets to the point Originality
Heroic Character Realism
What wouldn't you expect in a webisode?
Misuse of characters (correct plot)
Too much action
Too many characters
What do you want from a Webisode?
Good Story Line (Like Eastenders online
Related to TV Shows
Easy to Download
To be keen for next episode
How long would you expect to watch a
Five people prefer to watch a webisode
between 5-10 minutes long.
Six people prefer to watch a webisode
between 10 -15 minutes long.
Main character (one).
Storyline involves the character’s life.
Something about that character the audience can’t
understand (concludes easily).
They are hard to identify (psychological problems).
Mad house, normal daily lives, hotels, isolated places.
Iconography- identiﬁcation of the character is
normally portrayed. Setting of the place/country where
(A group of vampires) One main character (vampire),
another main character (human).
Storyline- Main character vampire (male), and female
character (human). A love story builds between these
Obstacles- The vampire gang and, humans who hunt
Characters- Vampires look normal, like everyday
Fangs, pale skin, special effects to manipulate the
Our idea is based upon a psychological thriller and
Vampire genre. Through our research we discovered
that the audience of ages 16-18, prefer these genres
and would be interested in watching our webisode.
The audience will be able to relate to our main
character because, the character in the webisode is a
student and our audience are students themselves.
We found out that people of our age group like to
watch supernatural shows, and our webisode idea
crosses over with supernatural experiences.
Not many students who we approached
with our questionnaire, knew about
webiseries online, therefore our chosen
target audience might not view our
Our webisode will give students around
the college to take part in performing.
Viewers might become inspired to create
their own webisodes.
If the episode is too long and repetitive,
then our webisode will lose the
Not many people are familiar with