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Poster Ideas

  1. 1. Which do you find more intriguing, for the basis of a film poster?
  2. 2. Fonts Which font do you like the most/ grab your attention? Train Journey Train Journey Train Journey Train Journey
  3. 3. Production Company Which production company title do you prefer for a short film about a runaway? • ‘Real Life Productions’ • ‘First Draft Productions’ • ‘Working progress’ • ‘Life line’ • ‘Grit Lit productions’ • ‘Fish Tank Titles’
  4. 4. Tag lines Which one do you promotes a film about a runaway best? Example one: “A journey that would last a life time.” Example two: “The long journey home” Example three: “Where would you go to leave everything behind you?” Example four: “What would you give for a chance of freedom?” Example five: “The price of happiness, one train ticket.”
  5. 5. Age Certificate What certificate would you give a film with: • Mild drug misuse: alludes to the mum being an alcoholic. • An adult theme with quite complex issues: she is a runaway. • Scenes of a distressing nature: dysfunctional home, crying, idea’s of soup kitchens and homeless shelters are put forward, etc. • A.) PG B.) 12a C.) 15
  6. 6. Idea’s for my own short film Firstly I wanted to get an idea of what I should use as the main picture for my poster. From which I had three choices: A.) Café scene B.) The Train or C.) The Pond I found three mock up photos to see which people liked best. Then I began making ideas for Production company titles: • ‘Real Life Productions’ • ‘First Draft Productions’’ • ‘Working progress’ • ‘Life line’ • ‘Grit Lit productions’ • ‘Fish Tank Titles’ Then I also looked at different font styles: •Train Journey 4 people preferred this one •Train Journey •Train Journey 2 people preferred this one •Train Journey 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 Series 1
  7. 7. After which I looked at what certificate my film should be classified at: Erin Power 12a. 15 if it's particularly graphic. Damian O'Sullivan 12 a. 15 if there’s frequent swearing or graphic scenes. Michelle Rimes 15 if scenes including alcohol and dysfunctional families are actually shown. 12a if they are mostly just referred to. Daniel Rimes 12a! Taglines: • Example one: “A journey that would last a life time.” • Example two: “The long journey home” • Example three: “Where would you go to leave everything behind you?” • Example four: “What would you give for a chance of freedom?” • Example five: “The price of happiness, one train ticket.” • Tag lines: Erin Power Example five. • Char 'Soprano' Bierman 3 • Michelle Rimes Example 2 • Daniel Rimes 3 12A Contains themes of an adult nature and some moderately distressing scenes.
  8. 8. Train Journey
  9. 9. Train Journey Where would you go to leave everything behind you? “The price of happiness, one train ticket.”

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