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Initial ideas
Initial ideas
by Gammage Productions
narrative
•

INTRODUCTION- TO START OF WITH, WE HAVE THE TWO
BROTHER TOGETHER AT A SHOP. THEY THEN GO DOWN THE
ALLEY WAY F...
GENERIC CONVENTIONS
OF THRILLERS
•

LOW KEY LIGHTING-

•

THIS IS WHAT WE WILL USE DOWN THE ALLEYWAY (FILM IN SLIGHT
DARKN...
Characters
• THE PROTAGONIST- TEENAGER, ANXIETY
PROBLEMS (FLASHBACKS), MAIN CHARACTER
INTRODUCED AT THE START.
• THE ANTAG...
LOCATION/SETTING
• OUR FILM IS GOING TO BE SET DOWN A
DARK ALLEY. THIS IS TO REFINE THE
LOCATION AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE TO
CR...
PROPS AND CLOTHING
• CLOTHING
•

THE BROTHERS ARE GOING TO BE WEARING VERY CASUAL CLOTHING, TO
SIGNIFY THAT THEY ARE JUST ...
SOUND
•

FLASHBACK NOISE-THIS IS WHEN A BOMB GOES OFF AND ALL
OF THE PROTAGONISTS HEARING IS DISTORTED. THIS IS TO
PUT THE...
CAMERA AND EDITING
•

CAMERA

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THERE WILL AN ESTABLISHING SHOT AT THE START OF THE FILM AND AFTER THE
TRANSITION.

•

WH...
good and bad points about the
presentation (Conor)
• WWW
•

Good terminology

•

Good amount of detail in the narrative

•...
we thrillers should have
(George)

• Thrillers should include more than one
narrative enigmas to get the audience hooked
•...
(Jordan)
(Jordan)
•

Add more narrative enigmas to improve the narrative and create
more interest for the viewer

•

Add t...
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  1. 1. flashback Initial ideas Initial ideas by Gammage Productions
  2. 2. narrative • INTRODUCTION- TO START OF WITH, WE HAVE THE TWO BROTHER TOGETHER AT A SHOP. THEY THEN GO DOWN THE ALLEY WAY FOR AN EXTRAORDINARY THING TO HAPPEN IN AN ORDINARY SITUATION. • MIDDLE- THERE IS THEN A TRANSITION TO A FEW MONTHS LATER, WITH THE MAIN CHARACTER WITH A FEW MATES AT A CAFE/SHOP (NOT DECIDED) THEN WALKING HOME. MAIN PROTAGONIST IS WALKING DOWN THE ALLEY WHERE THE ACCIDENT HAPPENED AND STARTS HAVING FLASHBACKS OF THE MOMENT. • END- AFTER ALL THE FLASHBACKS HAVE OCCURRED, THE MAIN CHARACTER COMES FACE TO FACE WITH THE ANTAGONIST AND HIS IDENTITY IS REVEALED
  3. 3. GENERIC CONVENTIONS OF THRILLERS • LOW KEY LIGHTING- • THIS IS WHAT WE WILL USE DOWN THE ALLEYWAY (FILM IN SLIGHT DARKNESS). THIS IS TO CONNOTE A DARK MOOD THROUGH THE USE OF DARK ALLEYWAY TO SUGGEST HIDDEN SECRETS AND TO ADD TO THE HIDDEN IDENTITY OF THE ANTAGONIST WHO HE IS RUNNING FROM. • NARRATIVE ENIGMA- • THE ENIGMA IS SET UP AT THE START OF THE FILM WHAT HAPPENS TO THE BROTHER? • ANOTHER NARRATIVE ENIGMA IS THE HIDDEN IDENTITY OF THE THIRD CHARACTER WHICH CREATES MORE INTEREST AND MAKES THE VIEWER THINK WHY IS HE HIDDEN? • THE FINAL NARRATIVE ENIGMA IS WHY DID THE BROTHER DIE? • THE PROTAGONIST HAS A WEAKNESS OF ANXIETY. THIS IS SHOWN IN THE FLASHBACKS WHICH HE HAS.
  4. 4. Characters • THE PROTAGONIST- TEENAGER, ANXIETY PROBLEMS (FLASHBACKS), MAIN CHARACTER INTRODUCED AT THE START. • THE ANTAGONIST IS THE KILLER WHO WE DO NOT SEE UNTIL THE END AND HAVE GLIMPS OF HIM IN THE FLASHBACKS • THE BROTHER WHO IS ONLY SEEN IN THE FIRST SHOT AND THE FLASHBACKS
  5. 5. LOCATION/SETTING • OUR FILM IS GOING TO BE SET DOWN A DARK ALLEY. THIS IS TO REFINE THE LOCATION AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE TO CREATE CONCENTRATION ON THAT PARTICULAR AREA. • WE ARE ALSO GOING TO USE OUTSIDE THE SHOP TO SHOW THAT IT IS AN ORDANY, EVERY DAY SITUATION TO START OFF WITH.
  6. 6. PROPS AND CLOTHING • CLOTHING • THE BROTHERS ARE GOING TO BE WEARING VERY CASUAL CLOTHING, TO SIGNIFY THAT THEY ARE JUST NORMAL PEOPLE IN THE STREET. • THE KILLER WILL BE WILL BE DARK CLOTHING SO HE MIXES IN AND IS UNABLE TO BEEN SEEN. WEARS A BLACK HOODIE AND SOME SORT OF MASK TO COVER HIS FACE UP FROM EVERYONE ELSE • PROPS • WEAPON-THIS WILL BE USED IN THE DEATH SCENE WHICH OCCURS DURING THE FLASHBACKS. • MONEY FOR WHEN ONE OF THE BROTHERS GOES INTO THE SHOP AND BUYS A DRINK • CIGARETTES TO SHOW THEY ARE CAUSAL PEOPLE. • WALLET TO CARRY THE MONEY IN
  7. 7. SOUND • FLASHBACK NOISE-THIS IS WHEN A BOMB GOES OFF AND ALL OF THE PROTAGONISTS HEARING IS DISTORTED. THIS IS TO PUT THE VIEWERS IN HIS MIND AND ESPECIALLY BRINGS OUT HIS ANXIETY ISSUE. (NON DIEGETIC) • HEAVY BREATHING- FROM THE PROTAGONIST TO SIGNIFY TERROR. (NON DIEGETIC) • FOOTSTEPS-WHEN THE BROTHER IS WALKING DOWN THE ALLEY THE SECOND TIME TO SHOW HE IS SCARED AND WANTS TO GET BACK TO HIS HOME QUICKLY. (DIEGETIC) • POSSIBILITY OF MUSIC ASSED IN TO MAKES THE SCENE MORE ENTERTAINING AND THE VIEWER DOESN’T LOSE INTEREST. IT WILL BE SLOW MUSIC TO FIN IN WITH THE GENRE (NON DIEGETIC)
  8. 8. CAMERA AND EDITING • CAMERA • THERE WILL AN ESTABLISHING SHOT AT THE START OF THE FILM AND AFTER THE TRANSITION. • WHEN THE BROTHERS ARE TOGETHER THERE WILL BE LONG SHOTS TO SHOW THE SURROUNDING • THERE WILL ALSO BE CLOSE UPS OF THE BROTHER AFTER THE DEATH AND THE SECOND TIME WHEN HE IS RUNNING TO SHOW HIS EMOTION • OVER THE SHOULDER, FIRSTLY WHEN HE GOES INTO THE SHOP, SECONDLY WHEN THE BROTHER RUNS AWAY WE HAVE AN OVER THE SHOULDER OF THE KILLER AND SAME AGAIN WHEN THE KILLER SEES THE PROTAGONIST WALKING DOWN THE ALLEY HAVING THE FLASHBACKS. • EDITING • DURING THE FLASHBACKS THERE WILL BE QUICK CUTS TO SHOW THEY ARE SHORT SNAPPY FLASHBACKS • POSSIBILITY OF SLOW MOTION ADDED IN TO SHOW HOW THE PROTAGONIST SEES THE ACCIDENT-MAY BE USED MAINLY IN THE FLASHBACKS
  9. 9. good and bad points about the presentation (Conor) • WWW • Good terminology • Good amount of detail in the narrative • Well set out (Start, Middle,Ending) • Good amount of conventions included • EBI • Be more specific • Add a side story • Add potential problems • Talk more about the editing and sound
  10. 10. we thrillers should have (George) • Thrillers should include more than one narrative enigmas to get the audience hooked • The purpose is to introduce characters and enigmas • Use sound to create suspense
  11. 11. (Jordan) (Jordan) • Add more narrative enigmas to improve the narrative and create more interest for the viewer • Add to the narrative (possibly add a side story as it is quite basic). • Add camera shots that we will use and how they will convey a particular mood or how we are going to introduce the setting. • Editing and what effect it will have at different points of the film • Expand on mise en scene (props) to create realism • Potential challenges that we may have?
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