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Basic Pitch

  1. 1. Working Title: Hero<br />
  2. 2. Summary.<br />Troublesome teen who gains super powers but finds it difficult to use them, are his powers more trouble than they are worth? How will he save the town and how much damage will be caused.? <br /> Typical settings – Weekends, School, Trips, Sports teams and Holidays.<br />Problem occurs – This would vary week to week introducing a new villain our character must overcome to save the town. <br />Tackles the problem – He finds ways with the help of friends and other characters to defeat the villains, each episode he realises he cannot save the town alone. <br />Desired Outcome – Recognisable to the audience, easy to turn on and watch even for those who have never seen it before.  Each episode different and fun,  but with familiar faces  and themes which are easy for the audience to relate with.<br />
  3. 3. A Closer Look.<br />What does the TV Drama mean to our audience?<br />- Relate to the central character <br /><ul><li>Surreal element in everyday situations
  4. 4. Relevant to the viewing audience</li></ul>- Storylines engaging, sense of danger and mystery<br />What is the TV Dramas message?<br />That anyone can be a hero and that sometimes you need the help of others to accomplish something. <br />Also carrying messages of staying active and healthy and caring for others and the planet. <br />Why do we feel this would be successful and popular amongst kids?<br />Over the past decade their has been a huge boom in cinema attracting the younger generation to see films such as Spiderman, Batman, Ironman and even the Incredibles. This show aims to give children&apos;s Television a regular and more realistic superhero, one that is around the same age and does the same kind of activities. <br />
  5. 5. Audience<br />Main Audience: Aged 10 – 14<br />
  6. 6. Overall Theme<br />The look would fit the theme of comics and cartoons, more child like sketches opposed to professional looking ones. <br />Intro sequence will be based on the idea of a flip book. Cutting from cartoon to real life as if they were the same thing. It will also include many wipes, fly&apos;s and other fast moving and fun transitions, keeping it fun and spontaneous. <br />Possible back story through the use of a voice over.<br />
  7. 7. Sequence research. <br />Mortified – due to the cartoon element as well as the clever transitions. <br />Ned&apos;s Declassified – This is a great example of a sequence that gives the viewer a understanding of the show before you have even watched it. <br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQYmJctb-TQ&feature=related<br />Another thing we found interesting with Ned’s is the split screens, this would allow us to show several sides of a character in one shot, something we hope to look into doing ourselves. <br />
  8. 8. What sort of technology do you think will be involved?<br />Mini DV Camera – <br />Editing Software – Photoshop & Adobe Premier Pro<br />Effects – Transitions, Greenscreen, Adobe After Effects. <br />
  9. 9. What sort of technology do you think will be involved?<br />Mini DV Camera – <br />Editing Software – Photoshop & Adobe Premier Pro<br />Effects – Transitions, Greenscreen, Adobe After Effects. <br />

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