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Trailer evaluation

  1. 1. Media Products Evaulation<br />
  2. 2. Trailer evaluation<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BSzKMpEMBk<br />
  3. 3. Camerawork:<br /><ul><li>Variety of shots – keep the audience interested
  4. 4. Closes ups show emotions
  5. 5. Long shots show mise en scene
  6. 6. Narrative – looking in on others lives</li></ul>Editing:<br /><ul><li>Fade outs shows different time and a new story
  7. 7. Blurring of image to make it unclear as to what is going to happen
  8. 8. Music faded out at the end</li></ul>Mise en scene – we selected a few locations that we’re where teenagers spend most of their time:- park, house and college<br />
  9. 9. Sound:<br /><ul><li>Non diegetic sound (background music) is used as subtext
  10. 10. Lyrics tell the story and how to make the reader feel showing disequilibrium and conflict.
  11. 11. Minor key
  12. 12. Audience will recognise background music as they will already be familiar with that genre of music
  13. 13. Unthreatening to the audience so they want to watch the new soap
  14. 14. Diegetic sound– ‘why don’t you love me?- draws the reader in and engages with them.</li></ul>How did you represent time differently?<br /><ul><li>Different costume and make up
  15. 15. Different locations
  16. 16. Black fade outs</li></ul>My trailer would provokes debate and have people are talking about it as the one line at the end of the trailer, will shock people as the tension being built up has been revealed.<br />
  17. 17. What would you improve in your trailer?<br /><ul><li>Use more fast paced editing
  18. 18. Use correct spelling
  19. 19. Make the narrative clearer
  20. 20. Add more title cards
  21. 21. Make tittles on storyboard bigger</li>

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