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Dreamer evaluation tasks 2 AND 3
How does your media project represent particular social          groups?• Costume• Setting• Dialogue – sound• Body languag...
How does your media project represent            particular social groups?• My media project  represent many social  group...
Good v’s Evil•   During our film there is a sense of Good v’s Evil. The character driving the vehicle is come    across as...
CostumesAs you can see from the picture, the hoodie andtracksuits, show the audience that this characterlooks slightly sca...
What kind of media institution might distribute your              media product and why?•   Film companies•   Internet•   ...
Revolver EntertainmentRevolver entertainment would most likely be the film company that would produce ourfilm. This compan...
Revolver entertainmentRevolver entertainment might choose our film, to distribute because of its low budgetfilm. Another m...
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  1. 1. Dreamer evaluation tasks 2 AND 3
  2. 2. How does your media project represent particular social groups?• Costume• Setting• Dialogue – sound• Body language• Is the character conventional or stereo typical to the genre.• Good v’s Evil
  3. 3. How does your media project represent particular social groups?• My media project represent many social groups and in particular the young. From the all male actors you can tell the genre and movie atmosphere early on from the car chase, action etc..• One of the main presentations is of the driver of the car and the person running. We get the sense of good v’s evil.• This is represented in many ways
  4. 4. Good v’s Evil• During our film there is a sense of Good v’s Evil. The character driving the vehicle is come across as the evil guy during the start of the film. We never see his full face until the kick at the end of the dream. His face is always covered from a shadow.• As well as not seeing his face, the first bit we see of this character is him smoking a cigarette which also gives that sense of evil.• Through out the film he is chasing nick who is running from the car, this then makes us believe that he must be evil. • Nick is the man being chassed, during the film he is given aspects of being the good person that has done nothing wrong. From the start of the film he is being chassed however this also makes us think that he might of done something wrong to be getting chased. • At the end of this dream nick is kicked in the face by the driver who isnt named. This finalises that the driver is the bad guy and gives the audience another reason to think its good v’s evil. With nick being good.
  5. 5. CostumesAs you can see from the picture, the hoodie andtracksuits, show the audience that this characterlooks slightly scared and looks as if he is trying tohide from someone. Bryans character is wearing normal clothes on way to college, you can see that he has a nice house and nice clothes. This shows that he has a healthily background, including a nice phone which also shows that he is wealthy The driver in the dream is presented with a strong attitude straight away. We never see his whole face un till the end of the dream, this gives the audience a sense of evil. As well as the very start to the film, the cigarette gives the character a evil representation.
  6. 6. What kind of media institution might distribute your media product and why?• Film companies• Internet• DVD – blockbuster,• ITunes• Sky• T.V• Freeview
  7. 7. Revolver EntertainmentRevolver entertainment would most likely be the film company that would produce ourfilm. This company would also be our first choice for production. This is because of theprevious films revolver have produced. Such as chartroom, dead man running and Sket.These films are all British, and one of our first priorities was to have a British productioncompany.Revolver has a history of doing young youth and fighting movies however all aiming atthe same target audience, mainly between 18-25 males.Revolvers films always have a little twist and many different genres. Such as fightingmovies, twisted horror movies and mainly action packed youth.
  8. 8. Revolver entertainmentRevolver entertainment might choose our film, to distribute because of its low budgetfilm. Another main point would be that our film is British and revolver films have ahistory of doing British films.Our film is aimed at predominantly male and aimed a older age group, where revolverentertainment have distributed many different films with different genres however allpredominantly themed and with an ages target group between 15 – 26.Our advertising will also be hugely important, and as the film is British we will be aimingthe film at a British audience. The film is low budget so this will result in where the moviecan go and we have decided that wouldn’t go internationally into cinemas and would justbe placed in UK cinemas.We would make posters and have short trailers all over the internet, hoping as well onword of mouth. As well as this we would put the trailer in front of new movies out incinemas, this would be shown to the target audience we are aiming for which is perfect.
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