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  • 1. In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products? By Rebecca Wilson
  • 2. Conventions
    • Our two main focuses for our title sequence were to establish the genre for our audience and to keep continuity throughout.
    • Titles were created and fitted to the sequence to fit the conventions of the opening to a film which appear over the clips in a significant order, used by the majority of films: production company, film title, actors, editors, directors.
  • 3. Conventions
    • Most title sequences have a voiceover or music.
    • We have chosen the song “Higher and Higher” by Jackie Wilson.
    • This has been added in after editing, making it non diegetic, although the protagonist is dancing to her own song.
  • 4. Form
    • To represent the romantic side to the genre, the protagonist falls into the arms of a boy and they gaze into each others eyes.
    • Special effects in iMovie to slow down the clip made the genre more apparent and the meeting more significant to the rest of the film.
  • 5. Form
    • The lyrics in our soundtrack fit in with the romance and the name of the title "Lucky in Love". The ‘rom-com’ genre should make the audience feel good therefore must evoke happiness. The lyrics say:
    • Your love , is lifting me higher,
    • Than I’ve ever been lifted before,
    • So keep it up , quench my desire,
    • And I’ll be at your side forever more,
    • You know your love , keeps on lifting me,
    • Higher. Higher and higher.
  • 6. Form
    • The comical elements of the genre were displayed through the acting.
    • The protagonist endures slapstick, like walking into a lamppost, stumbling in high heels and elaborate dancing.
  • 7. The End

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