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  • - The introduction to the program will be a montage of knife movements ranging from cutting butter to eating food, to preparing food to butchering animals. - After the introduction the teenagers that have been affected have their point of view, which is who we will interview (haven’t got in contact with them yet). - The police talk about how bad it REALLY is and what they have to do, try to discourage knife crime but say their part (going to get in contract extremely soon to get a lift around at night whilst carrying a one-leg tripod). - The parent’s point of view would then come in and this would be the more emotional part of the program, will not have parent who has lost child, but one that at least had a child involved. - Finish the entire program with a bright future – government schemes, school schemes and anti-knife crime movements. Research has shown the London Metropolitan police doing a campaign with the slogan of ‘Carry a knife and the consequences will follow.’ It is an advertisement on television channels that are regularly watched by young people (channel 4, MTV, Kerrang! (as well as a lot of other music channels)) we WOULD interview metropolitan police to see exactly what’s going on. The kind of environments that we’ll be filming in would not be busy ones – it would be sub-urban. But specific location would probably include: Staines Chertsey Addlestone Egham
  • The type will be to have the people in the show be judged, but also to keep a neutral point of view – leaving a lot of room open for opinion for the audience. This is to have a narrator and observe what is going on in the program, but also ‘fly on the wall’ to make the audience feel like they are a part of it, keeping them in that environment with hand held helping with that as well (as it gives more of a natural perspective feeling to the camera) – like ‘The Real Hustle’ and ‘Junior Doctors: Your life in their hands’. We will (most of the time) have only one camera. This is because we do not have to worry about disturbing the spontaneous improvisation of actors, instead we can just ask the subject we’re interviewing to stop and work with us on camera (such as cut-aways or editing mistakes). The invisible editing would be a good thing to help the flow of the program, if the audience can see the crew having difficulties (such as not being able to film somewhere they announced they would try to) it can make the program un-easy to watch as it feels unprofessional.
  • Interviewee’s Miss Johnston and contact person who was involved in a stabbing situation. Egham, Staines, Chertsey, Addlestone. Radio Times, Documentary, EDN (European Documentary network) Look on newspapers such as The Evening Standard, Metro, The Sun.
  • - The introduction to the program will be a montage of knife movements ranging from cutting butter to eating food, to preparing food to butchering animals. - After the introduction the teenagers that have been affected have their point of view, which is who we will interview (haven’t got in contact with them yet). - The police talk about how bad it REALLY is and what they have to do, try to discouraging knife crime (get in contract extremely soon to get a lift around at night whilst carrying a one-leg tripod). - The parent’s point of view would then come in and this would be the more emotional part of the program, will not have parent who has lost child, but one that at least had a child involved. - Finish the entire program with a bright future – government schemes, school schemes and anti-knife crime movements. Research has shown the London Metropolitan police doing a campaign with the slogan of ‘Carry a knife and the consequences will follow.’ It is an advertisement on television channels that are regularly watched by young people (channel 4, MTV, Kerrang! (as well as a lot of other music channels)) we WOULD interview metropolitan police to see exactly what’s going on. The kind of environments that we’ll be filming in would not be busy ones – it would be sub-urban. But specific location would probably include: Staines Chertsey Addlestone Egham
  • The type will be to have the people in the show be judged, but also to keep a neutral point of view – leaving a lot of room open for opinion for the audience. This is to have a narrator and observe what is going on in the program, but also ‘fly on the wall’ to make the audience feel like they are a part of it, keeping them in that environment with hand held helping with that as well (as it gives more of a natural perspective feeling to the camera) – like ‘The Real Hustle’ and ‘Junior Doctors: Your life in their hands’. We will (most of the time) have only one camera. This is because we do not have to worry about disturbing the spontaneous improvisation of actors, instead we can just ask the subject we’re interviewing to stop and work with us on camera (such as cut-aways or editing mistakes). The invisible editing would be a good thing to help the flow of the program, if the audience can see the crew having difficulties (such as not being able to film somewhere they announced they would try to) it can make the program un-easy to watch as it feels unprofessional.
  • Interviewee’s Miss Johnston and contact person who was involved in a stabbing situation. Egham, Staines, Chertsey, Addlestone. Radio Times, Documentary, EDN (European Documentary network) Look on newspapers such as The Evening Standard, Metro, The Sun.

Transcript

  • 1. “ Dead in 60 Seconds” Pitch
  • 2. The Channel
    • We are pitching our documentary to an age group of, 16-34.
    • We have chose to show this documentary on BBC3 as they do similar documentaries like this, that interact with the younger generation.
    • BBC3’s slogan is “Never Afraid To Try New Stuff” so this there for is handy as it shows that they are willing to produce our documentary.
    • We believe by producing a programme on this topic, we hope to send out a message to youths about the consequences of knife crime.
  • 3. The Brief
    • Our brief is to create a documentary exploring the effects and on going causes of knife crime in England.
    • We decided to choose this brief as thought that it as an opportunity to get a message across to a younger generation that is surrounded by this violence.
  • 4. Brief Continued
    • Our main ideas to create this documentary were, based on the exam criteria.
    • One reason why we decided to choose this brief was that the narrative of our documentary was fairly straight forward. For it was all about gathering information and people opinions on this topic.
    • A second reason was that we felt that the audience was very appealing. For many teenagers watch T.V so this documentary was a good idea to help show teenagers and young adults the dangers of knives.
    • Another reason was that we looked at other similar documentaries. We liked the way they showed peoples opinions on these topics and how they are relevant issues in today's society.
  • 5. The exam criteria (brief furthered)
    • The exam criteria was something that we had to compromise on.
    • Nico has did not have very effective media language and creativity making it a good choice to do an interactive documentary leaving a lot of potential for both.
    • Whereas Philippe did not have a lot of good audience theory so we are going to focus on what channel and age group we are aiming for.
  • 6. The Narrative Structure Introduction to program The police’s point of view The parent’s point of view The teenagers point of view The governments and MP’s point of view to conclude (‘the bright future’)
  • 7. The Sub-genre
    • Hybrid of an observational and expository documentary
    • Narrator
    • ‘ fly on the wall’ – hand held
    • One camera most of the time
    • It will be mostly invisible editing
  • 8. Target Audience
    • Our main target audience is teenagers, to young adults. This age ranges from, 16-30.
    • This is crucial for our target audience age range has to be similar or if not the same as the channel that is going to be showing our documentary.
  • 9. Target Audience
    • We feel that our target audience will want to watch our documentary, for it is about a key issue that many teenagers and young adults face nowadays.
    • Teenagers get stereotyped these days and are perceived to carry knives.
    • So by producing a documentary that shows the key issues around knife crime and the consequences and effects that it can have, we hope to get the message across to young people in England.
    • To stop knife crime!
  • 10. Target Audience
    • We will ensure that the audience get the message through our production by, showing interviews with people affected by knife crime and people who have tried preventing it.
    • People who we will interview include, -Teachers -Police/ Community officers -Parents affected -Youths
  • 11. Our Project
    • For our documentary, we expect it to start by firstly introducing our interviewer. Our documentary, will be a mixture of interactive and observational styles.
    • Using the presenter we will introduce our interviewee and his views on knife crime. (The presenter will be asking them questions).
    • Whilst the interviewer is saying his thoughts, the camera will dolly towards and away from the interview at both high and low angles.
  • 12. Our Project
    • Next a montage of weapons will appear. With a voice over, stating statistics and facts. (33% of violent crimes nationwide are being misclassified. The new Conservative Party figures indicate that in the year 2007-8 there were some 277 deaths from stabbings in England & Wales. It is estimated that knife crime has increased by around 38%.)
    • We will then get a tracking shot of the interviewer going to meet one of our chosen interviewees.
    • During the interviews, the camera shots used will mainly be over the shoulder shots and cutaways.
  • 13. Our Project
    • After the interviews we will have a close up on our interviewer revealing his thoughts.
    • Again we will have a tracking shot of the interviewer walking to the next setting for our next interview.
    • To end our production, we will look at doing a montage of clips, showing what will be on next weeks episode. During the interview there will be titles used to indicate who the interviewee is.
  • 14. What comes next…
    • 5 minute extract
    • Contact/cast interviewee’s.
    • Research recces.
    • Double-page listing
    • Look at feature articles on listings magazines.
    • Write an essay on methods/C&C
    • Newspaper Advert
    • Research advertisements on newspapers.
  • 15. The Narrative Structure Introduction to program The police’s point of view The parent’s point of view The teenagers point of view The governments and MP’s point of view to conclude (‘the bright future’)
  • 16. The Sub-genre
    • Hybrid of an observational and expository documentary
    • Narrator
    • ‘ fly on the wall’ – hand held
    • One camera most of the time
    • It will be mostly invisible editing
  • 17. What comes next…
    • 5 minute extract
    • Contact/cast interviewee’s.
    • Research recces.
    • Double-page listing
    • Look at feature articles on listings magazines.
    • Write an essay on methods/C&C
    • Newspaper Advert
    • Research advertisements on newspapers.