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  • 1. My objective is to make sure I understand fully of what titles andcredits represent of film and opening sequence.My task is to gain experience of what a title and credits shouldlook like on our opening sequence as it helps the audience givean idea of what the film could be about
  • 2.  I went on Wikipedia so I can search what order the titles would need to appear on my opening sequence. (NAME OF THE STUDIO) (NAME OF THE PRODUCTION COMPANY) (PRODUCER NAME) PRODUCTION or A FILM BY (DIRECTOR NAME) STARRING (FILMS TITLE) FEATURING CASTING or CASTING BY MUSIC or MUSIC COMPOSED BY or ORIGINAL SCORE BY PRODUCTION DESIGN or PRODUCTION DESIGNER EDITED BY DIRECTR OF PHOTOGRAPHER PRODUCER or PRODUCED BY, EXECUTIVE PRODUCER BASED ON THE BOOK BASED ON THE CHARACTERS BY or BASED ON THE CHARACTERS CREATED BY STORY or STORY BY WRITER(S) or WRITTEN BY DIRECTOR or DIRECTED BY
  • 3.  Billing is a performing arts term used in referring to the order and other aspects of how credits are presented for plays, films, television, or other creative works. Information given in billing usually consists of the companies, actors, directors, producers, and other crew members.They have to be in order as it represents the important one first....1. Producer2. Director3. Prominent Character4. Major starring actors5. Film title6. Composer7. Costume designer8. Film editor9. Production designer10.Director of photography
  • 4. The reason I have chosen these is because it relates to the genre we aredoing and this would help us know what type of credits and title look likewhen applying it to our opening sequence The Spirit Paranormal activity Sixth sense Insidious
  • 5. Title Style: The have done their title in big capital letters and the letters are very spaced out but get the title are almost squashed together. Font colour: REDTiming: The timing of the titles comesbetween every 5 to 6 secondsAnimation: The animation used in this was,They kept fading out and then fly off the screen.It relates to it genre as the red symbolise thedevil and the animation shown could meanthat the ghost keeps coming anddisappearing all the time.
  • 6. Style: The have block letters, to show us that its from a video camera Font colour: WhiteTiming: The timing of the table comesevery 5 seconds.Animation: The animation used in this was,They kept fading out and then fly off the screen.It relates to it genre as the style of the titleshows what it looks like on a video camera totell us that a character is controlling it.
  • 7. Title Style: The have block letters to create suspense Font Colour: White Timing: The timing of the table comes every 5 seconds.Animation: The animation used in this was thatthey just kept fading in.It relates to it genre as the animation of itkeeps fading out and this shows thatsomeone could have loss someone and alsothe smoothness of the transition. The colourwhite shows that it could be a spirit or aghost.
  • 8. The TitleStyle: The words are both in capitals butthe first word The’ is smaller compared tothe second word ‘Spirits’ this gives us amajor hint what the film is about.Font Colour: Red and WhiteTiming: The timing of the titles comesevery 6 secondsAnimation: The animation used in this was thatfades out and then quickly get off screen.It relates to it genre as the red symbolise thedanger and devil and the animation showncould means that something keeps comingand disappearing so quickly.