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  • 1. Draft 2; Research and PlanningName; Michaela Ives KingshottCandidate Number; 7380Colour Code; Orange
  • 2. Timeline
  • 3. Storyboard
  • 4. Script
  • 5. Shotlist
  • 6. Product How is it similar Picture evidenceLauren Branning;Eastenders- TV Show• Teenage girl• Struggles with alcoholabuseNorth Country- Movie• Teenage girl• RapedHitch Hiker- Book• Teenage girl• Runs away fromhomeNoneSimilar products
  • 7. ConventionsConvention How is it used? Use/challenge/develop?Alcohol abuse • Main characterstruggles with aserious drink problemUseDomestic violence • No domestic setting isused or mentionedChallengeDysfunctional family • The girls family is notpresent or mentionedwithin the openingsequenceChallengeMain focus on ateenager• The main character isa teenage girlUse
  • 8. Target audienceWho is your targetaudienceHow do you attract youraudience• 15+• Boys and girls• Any social class• Mostly westernised• Any sexuality• Good use ofconventions• Good use of modernsocial issues such asalcohol abuse amongteens• Good enigma• Relatable character
  • 9. LocationsLocation Why we used it? Private or publicWembley park station stairs • Scene is which Sophie is sittingon the stairsPublicIngrid’s house • Bedroom scene PrivateIngrid’s road • Posh road scene PublicCorner shop • Sophie walks out with bag PublicBus • Flash back scene PublicMichaela’s road • Boy scene Public
  • 10. Characters and actorsCharacter Before After AnnotationJhane;ShaniyaMichaela;SophieMessyhairandcasualclothingCasuallydressed
  • 11. Character Before After AnnotationIngrid;RosieFatou; JayHat used toshow maledress senseand hide hair.TypicalmaleclothingusedSmartlydressedto showsocialclass
  • 12. Costume and propsItem Brought from Price How does it connectto representation?Michaela Jumper New look £15 • The costume andprops in which weused makes theactor morerepresentative ofthe character,and helps theaudienceunderstand whatis going onBoots New look £25Leggings Primark £5Plastic blue bag Corner shop FreeBlue and white shirt Matalan £14Jeggings Primark £10Coat New look £12
  • 13. Item Brought from Price How does itconnect torepresentation?Ingrid Blazer Zara £35 • Shows us that thegirl is of a bettersocial class andmuch more well offthen the maincharacter, showsthe clear differencebetween the twocharacters.Shopping bags Hollister FreeJeans New look £20Shirt Oasis £15.99Heels New look £20Jhane Fur coat New look £49.99 • Shows that the girlis of a higher classthen the maincharacter, but notby much.Timberland boots Hawkeye £129Jeans New look £20Hat Peacocks £5
  • 14. Item Brought from Price How does it connectto representation?Fatou Hat ebay £12 • Shows that Fatouis trying to be amale character,shows that he isof working ormiddle class.Vans Vans store £35Tracksuit bottoms H&M £8Jumper next £20Phone T-Mobile store £120

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