Sam nineham exemplar film poster anaylsis

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Sam nineham exemplar film poster anaylsis

  1. 1. Use of cast to promote the film to fans.-295275-676275Film Poster Work by Sam Nineham 10C/Media<br />Use of the main character to add more depth to the teaser.<br />Film title is used here for the teaser along with the iconic Batman logo.<br />This teaser poster for “Batman Begins” uses several features to draw in the audience. The mise en scene with the city skyline and the crowd of bats in the sunset adds to the idea that the film may have some sort of dark plotline, and that there will be some mystery as to what happens during the course of the film.<br /> Also, the cast section at the top of the poster draws people in, as there are several famous actors in the film. The credit block promotes the people involved and makes use of the Warner Bros company logo, being a large company who produce lots of blockbuster films, meaning it can attract a large audience to the films. Famous actors are often used to create hype for films, and overdo the advertising campaign to draw in extra views and create more profit for the companies involved.<br />Also, the dark sunset and crowd of bats can be used to show a sense of impending danger for the people of the city, and the hero of the film is in a stance that may suggest he is expecting something to happen, adding to the sense of mystery, which may make people interested by the ideas at hand and make them want to see the movie.<br />In addition to this, the poster makes use of the iconic Batman logo and title to draw in existing fans of the series and those who would like to try out a new, popular film or even for the casual film viewer wanting to see a huge film, all of which allows the film to grow and create revenue in the interest of future sequels, which can also be promoted in a similar way to produce the same effect.<br />

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