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Our intention to to launch the film at an independent film festival where we
will be able to distinguish the response and success of the film such as the Sun
In advertising, we will use radio broadcasting, bus posters and through a large
Social networking sites such as facebook in order to attract our target audience.
We have looked at such as ‘This is England’ and ‘Train spotting’ our budget
For the entire movie production will cost around £1,100,000, this will include
advertising and the promotion of the film as well as the cost of location,
props and wages.
- Location overall budget 300,000
- Wages 400,000
-Props and costumes 350,000
-Advertising and Promotion 50,000
Synopsis In his past life ‘Jack Latham’ played many wrong cards, robbery, hustling and cheating others. After many years of getting away with his crimes, time finally caught up with him and is forced to run, starting up a new life anywhere he could leading him to Newcastle. Years later Jack finds he can only run and hide for so long when his ghosts come back to haunt him. On a bid to escape Jack finds he can only end this lifestyle by some how redeeming himself… If you cant beat them, join them.
Jack Latham – Sam Latham –
He is the main character and the opening revolves around him. Showing his daily routine
Vinnie Scott- Darrell Keogh
This is the evil character and the guy that stops jack daily routine.
Camera men- Max Beaumont
- Karan Patel
LOCATION- Wood-hatch, Surrey to symbolize Newcastle
This is a small terrace bungalow backed by a full concrete car park and garages
Costumes and Props Jack Latham will be wearing grey tracksuit bottoms in the ‘waking up’ scene followed by smart black trousers, a black shirt and a grey long jacket for the rest of the scenes. This is to suggest to the audience that he is getting ready to go to work. Vinnie will be wearing black leather gloves throughout and other dark clothes to put across the impression he is evil.
Target Audience We found a useful website ( http://www.valmorgan.co.nz ) that had this data from previous surveys. As you can see: Thrillers are generally particularly popular with the under 25's and have a slight female skew. With moviegoers in an attentive and focused mindset, they provide a highly effective, distraction free advertising environment. Our film is more of an action thriller, the result will be a bit diffrent
Distribution Due to our budget and our genre being very competitive, we will not look to saturate release it and would rather have platform releases to a small number of cinemas over the country. If the movie isn’t a big hit in the cinema we will soon promote a DVD campaign in the hope that consumers will purchase it. Like wise if the movie is a success at cinema we will spread to more cinemas and then heavily advertise the release of the DVD. Before our film will be released small trailers will be available free to watch on social networking sites e.g. facebook and bebo