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  1. 1. AS Coursework<br />Planning and proposals<br />Group 46<br />
  2. 2. Proposed Opening Scene<br />The outline to the film plot is:<br />A girl is getting ready in her house, presumably to go out, and is a boy sitting in his house. The boy is hanging around his house then suddenly gets up and leaves in his car. It is soon established that they are girlfriend / boyfriend and he just walks into her house. Unlocked for him. He greets his girlfriend and goes backstairs, where he goes to pick up a knife, she comes downstairs and comes to see him but the knife is missing and they leave the house. <br />This fits into the genre because of the tension running throughout the scene, there are several jumpy parts to the opening scene and make the audience think what is going to happen next.<br />This will make the audience intrigued because it will make them think what the boy is going to do next, what he is going to do with knife, what he is going to with the girl.<br />
  3. 3. Genre<br />The target audience for our film is for males aged from 16 – 25. This is our main target audience because figures for similar horror films so that this is the keen age range to watch horror films<br />Research methods that were used were watching horror films to gain knowledge of horror conventions. Also personal research from questionnaire’s were used to gained the audience that would be focused on for this film. Another research tool we had was so we could also gained age ranges for viewers of horror movies like Scream and Halloween.<br />
  4. 4. Character roles and actions<br />The two characters are a boy and a girl. The girl is the victim which is a typical convention to a slasher film for a girl to die at the start.<br /> The girl is a vulnerable character when she is in the shower and puts the radio on because she has her guard down and isn’t aware as much.<br />The boy is schizophrenic and is the girl’s boyfriend, but the boy is very quiet and collective. This is typical of the genre because the killer is quiet and does what he needs to do and it shows dramatic irony in the actions of what the boy does<br />
  5. 5. Settings and Locations<br />We will be filming at Rob’s house because he has all the props we will need in his house<br />
  6. 6. Key scenes and effects<br />Key scenes – jump cuts toward the boy<br />When the knife is missing<br />Entering the house whilst the girl is unaware of him entering<br />
  7. 7. Mise-en-scene<br />Music - Spooky music at the start, over the titles, to create suspense<br />Music – Turns on radio to news, finds it boring and turns it onto music. Plays throughout the scenes with the girl only, until she goes down to the kitchen<br />Props – Radio, car, knives, photos, costumes, keys, make up<br />
  8. 8. Institutional details<br />
  9. 9. Editing techniques<br />The starting title of the film will have a flickering effect, like the start of Se7en<br />Fade in from black to white at the start of the sequence<br />Cutting from the girl to the boy showing a flickering effect on the boy showing that he is disturbed. <br />Several jump cuts will be used throughout the scene to keep a sense of tension present<br />
  10. 10. Group responsibilities<br />Director – Charlotte<br />Scripts – Andy<br />Production Notes – Charlotte<br />Booking Equipment – Rob<br />Editor – Rob<br />Music Editor – Andy<br />Title Design – Rob<br />Acting Co-Ordinator – Rob<br />Storyboards - Charlotte<br />
  11. 11. Film schedule<br />
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