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Conventions of Title Sequences
Conventions of Title Sequences
Conventions of Title Sequences
Conventions of Title Sequences
Conventions of Title Sequences
Conventions of Title Sequences
Conventions of Title Sequences
Conventions of Title Sequences
Conventions of Title Sequences
Conventions of Title Sequences
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Conventions of Title Sequences

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  • 1. Conventions of Opening Title Sequences
  • 2. A title sequence is the method by which a films credits production and cast members utilizing visuals and sound. The opening credits of motion pictures list the most important members of the production and they are either superimposed on a blank screen or over the action. There may or may not be accompanying music. The aim of an opening sequence may be to establish character, setting, genre, mood or atmosphere.
  • 3. • Name of production companies • Director • Producer • Other key crew • Executive producer • Top billing actors • The movie title
  • 4. Distribution company
  • 5. Production Company
  • 6. Top Billing Actors
  • 7. Film Directors
  • 8. Film Title
  • 9. Executive Producer and Other Cast
  • 10. Task • Find an opening sequence on the art of the title website. • Take screenshots that illustrate the key conventions. • Create a PowerPoint indicating where these conventions occur and what is established in the opening

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