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    • Key questions for A2 Evaluation<br />In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products? <br />How effective is the combination of your main product and ancillary texts? <br />What have you learned from your audience feedback? <br />How did you use media technologies in the construction and research, planning and evaluation stages? <br />Question One (remember to write out the questions)<br />http://musicvideoalexanderwhitcombe.blogspot.com/2009/11/nine-key-frames.html<br />http://alexjowetta2media.blogspot.com/2009/10/evaluation.html<br />Take 9 frames from other short films that show the conventions of short films and analyse them. Next, take 9 frames from your short film and analyse them to show what conventions you used or challenged. The 9 frames should cover these points:<br />-genre<br />-twist to the story<br />-central protagonist<br />- Camera angles<br />-small number of characters<br />-voiceovers<br />-music<br />-real life<br />Next write a couple of paragraphs about a short film that inspired you and why – remember to explain whether it conforms or challenges conventions.<br /> <br />Question Two<br />http://musicvideoalexanderwhitcombe.blogspot.com/2009/11/alex.html<br />Script a voiceover to your short film (like a DVD commentary)- play some of your short film and analyse the effect of the editing and filming techniques you used. Secondly, film your poster and add a voiceover explaining how it would advertise your short film. Lastly, explain how your radio trailer would draw in audiences – remember to discuss your target audience and show your script for marking before recording.<br /> Question Three<br />http://musicvideoalexanderwhitcombe.blogspot.com/2009/11/evaluation-task-three.html<br />http://alexjowetta2media.blogspot.com/2009/10/evaluation.html<br />Write a blog entry analysing the feedback you got from the following places: <br />-youtube/ vimeo (you will need to get friends and family to post on there and then also to screen grab comments.)<br />- In Class feedback<br />- target audience feedback (show questionnaires that you created and then you get filled out and then ensure that analyse the results.)<br />Then explain what you changed and why.<br />Question Four<br />http://alexjowetta2media.blogspot.com/2009/10/evaluation.html<br />Detail and add images of all the different technology you have used. Preferably take images of you using them! Explain what you have learnt by using them. <br />