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My Audience Feedback


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My Audience Feedback

  1. 1. My audience feedback By Connor Hoskin.
  2. 2. What age are you?
  3. 3. What does this mean? • This means that I am likely to get the feed back I want due to the fact 80% of people who answered the survey were my target audience age. As a result I f the film is not liked I can deduce that I did not make a film for my target age. I f this is seen to be true I will have to do more research to find my target age.
  4. 4. What Gender are you?
  5. 5. What does this mean? • Again this means that my feed back will be valuable as 80% of those answered were female. This is important to me as both me and my partner believe that our film was more for a female audience. This means again that if the film is not liked we can infer that we did not make a good film for a female audience.
  6. 6. Would you say this film reaches out to a young target audience?
  7. 7. What does this mean • This means that so far me and my partner have made an effective film that attracts our original target audience. However this is only for a female target audience we still don’t know if it has reached the right target age.
  8. 8. Would you say this film reaches out to a young target audience?
  9. 9. What does this mean • This mean me and my partner have made a good film as it reaches out to the target audience we would like. This means we can create a campaign for the film for that specific target audienece.
  10. 10. How enjoyable would you say this film is.
  11. 11. What does this mean? • This means that the film is not a film many would watch again. There are many reasons for this such as when I first showed the film it was complicated and hard tom understand. From previous experience I don’t watch films I don’t understand. This could be the reason why people may not watch our film again.
  12. 12. What part of the film did you enjoy?
  13. 13. What does this mean? • In correlation to the previous about how enjoyable was the film; it can be inferred that the end was not as good as the beginning. This means me and my partner had made a mistake because we felt it would be better to change the tempo a bit in order to make the story line easier to understand. Also it shows that had we continually used signs and symbols the film may have been more enjoyable.
  14. 14. Is there anything you would like to change about the film?
  15. 15. What does this mean? • I means that people would not change our film as they liked it. However for those who would change our film this was the general consensus. “Make the end more clearer” Again we deliberately made the ending hard as to make people question our film and what happens in it.
  16. 16. How effective do you think our posters are?
  17. 17. What does this show? • From the results we have been given The posters need a bit more work on them in order for them to become more effective. Once they do I am hoping in asking this question again to get a different but better result.
  18. 18. Do you think our radio text is effective.
  19. 19. What does this show. • This shows that the majority of people asked preferred our radio add as our ancillary text. This is because a lot of the responses wee that it made them question the film and why the parents were arguing. Then they said because of that they would go and see the film.
  20. 20. What have I learned from my audience feed back? • I have learned that if the film is good at the beginning it is very dangerous to change the tempo. Also I have learned that my film is a postmodernist film due to the fact it made people question the film , stuck to the conventions of Barthes and Baudrillard. This is because there were a lot of uses of signs and symbols and the audience could make there own meaning of the film. I have also learned that to create an effective campaign it takes a lot of effort and hard work.