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  • 1. Development of ideaMood boards:Mood board one, Gluten:Mood board two, Gluten free:
  • 2. Mock-up of idea:
  • 3. My mock-up idea shows the introduction to my documentary about Gluten. This idea show’s mepresenting two different food types. On the left food and drink products that contain gluten and onthe left, food and drink products that are gluten free. In this scene I would be discussing what thedifference is between products which contain Gluten and products that don’t contain Gluten.Survey and peer feedback:Survey layout:I handed this survey out to five people for feedback.
  • 4. The idea of this survey was to find out if people would enjoy watching my documentary (my chosenidea). The idea of question one was to find out how many people are or aren’t aware of “Gluten”.The idea of question two was to find out if people enjoyed watching documentaries or not. The ideaof question three was to find out if people would be interested in watching a documentary onGluten. The idea of question four was to find out what part of a documentary people enjoyed themost.Survey feedback and analysis of feedback:
  • 5. Question One feedback: Out of the five people who answered this question, only one person knewwhat Gluten was. This feedback did not surprise me because I knew from first-hand experience thatnot many people are aware of gluten because people were always asking me what gluten was whenI said to them I was gluten free. This is important feedback nonetheless because it confirms that“Gluten” allergy isn’t a well-known allergy making it a unique topic to discuss in my documentarywhich should make the documentary stand out from other documentaries.Question Two feedback: Out of the five people who answered this question only two of the peoplesaid they enjoyed watching documentaries. This was going to be an obvious feedback responsebecause based of research online using websites such as www.Barb.com I found that documentariesare much less popular than most TV programmes such as dramas or soaps.Question Three feedback: Out of the five people who answered this question, four of the peoplesaid they would be interested in watching a documentary on Gluten. This is positive feedback for mebecause it makes me feel more sure and confident on the subject I have chosen to base mydocumentary on. I feel that, the fact that I have chosen such a unique subject (gluten) for doing mydocumentary on may be the reason more people are interested, because it something new which alarge amount of people have either never heard of or don’t understand.Question Four feedback: For this question three people chose for “interviews” and two peoplechose “videos that back the facts”. By them answering this question I know have a strong idea onwhich elements to focus on for my documentary. The audience is always right.
  • 6. Question One feedback: Out of the five people who answered this question, only one person knewwhat Gluten was. This feedback did not surprise me because I knew from first-hand experience thatnot many people are aware of gluten because people were always asking me what gluten was whenI said to them I was gluten free. This is important feedback nonetheless because it confirms that“Gluten” allergy isn’t a well-known allergy making it a unique topic to discuss in my documentarywhich should make the documentary stand out from other documentaries.Question Two feedback: Out of the five people who answered this question only two of the peoplesaid they enjoyed watching documentaries. This was going to be an obvious feedback responsebecause based of research online using websites such as www.Barb.com I found that documentariesare much less popular than most TV programmes such as dramas or soaps.Question Three feedback: Out of the five people who answered this question, four of the peoplesaid they would be interested in watching a documentary on Gluten. This is positive feedback for mebecause it makes me feel more sure and confident on the subject I have chosen to base mydocumentary on. I feel that, the fact that I have chosen such a unique subject (gluten) for doing mydocumentary on may be the reason more people are interested, because it something new which alarge amount of people have either never heard of or don’t understand.Question Four feedback: For this question three people chose for “interviews” and two peoplechose “videos that back the facts”. By them answering this question I know have a strong idea onwhich elements to focus on for my documentary. The audience is always right.