Our target audience is aimed at
late teens/ middle aged men to
match the type of audience that
film noir has, however as an
untypical convention, our female
anti-hero will attract a female
Female anti-hero who is a crime reporter.
Her boyfriend is part of a gang who carry out crimes for money.
She is only seeing her boyfriend to get information out of him so
the police can catch them out and arrest them.
Her boyfriend finds out and plans to hunt her down and kill her, so
she plans a report for her own “death”.
After her fake death, she works along side the police force to
catch them in the act.
The gang get caught in the act and get arrested, but in doing
so, the girl gets shot.
Playing the female anti-hero
Organising and creating props
Help with editing
Organising scenery and places to film
Working with Megan to help to write the
script for the voiceover.
How will we match the
All of our shoot will be in black and white, but we will pick out
red to foreshadow the murder in the film.
We will use a lot of scenery shots to match the airiness of film
With the different scenery shots, we want to play about with
the idea of shadows, and the shapes they create.
Our characters will still have the noir traits, however we the
roles are reverse, so we will have a female anti-hero and a
male femme fatale. Our female lead will also have the
seductiveness and the look of the femme fatal, but our
handsome gent manipulates to get what he wants.
Around the house
What types of credits
Most of our credits will be animated and
added in during editing, however we
may decide to write names out in words
with branches/leaves for effect.
Our OTS forms a flashback for our main
anti-hero, we want to reenact the
moment where she fakes her own death,
and all the way through you believe she
is committing suicide, however it isn’t
revealed to the very last shot that she is
actually alive. This leaves the audience
guessing what happened and on the
edge of their seats wanting to know