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Daffodils Music Video<br />Rosie, Lucy, Derek and Olivia<br />
Media Language<br />Mise-en-scene –<br />Costume – yellow dress. represents the artist. Represents the genre and theme.<br...
Sound – <br />Goodwin Analysis- link <br />	between lyrics and visuals  <br />	-”lying on the sun-kissed <br />	grass” – a...
Media Language<br />Editing – <br />Slow cuts between shots – represents the calmness of the song and genre<br />Continuit...
Media Language<br />Cinematography – <br />Close-ups – lots of these! This <br />	promotes the artist as it is her song.<b...
Narrative<br />Todorov – <br />Exposition – Olivia and Derek introduced at the beginning<br />Development – the couple in ...
Genre - FOLK<br />Goodwin – <br />“alternative folk” – the artist singing, lots of close ups and medium shots of singing.<...
Genre - FOLK<br />There is not frequent <br />	reference to the notion of<br />	looking and particular<br />	voyeuristic t...
Representation<br />Relationships – <br />Sound – lyrics of the song<br />Cinematography – lots of two-shots<br />Cinemato...
Representation<br />Cinematography – when the camera spins around the couple represents the love of a couple as eternal an...
Audience<br />Location – domestic consumption, no regulations needed as there is no violence, drugs or sex<br />Consumptio...
Audience<br />I think we would have a passive audience as there is not a lot to contest with unless you did agree with “yo...
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Olivia, Lucy, Rosie And Derek Music Video Presenatation Thingy Ma Jig

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Olivia, Lucy, Rosie And Derek Music Video Presenatation Thingy Ma Jig

  1. 1. Daffodils Music Video<br />Rosie, Lucy, Derek and Olivia<br />
  2. 2. Media Language<br />Mise-en-scene –<br />Costume – yellow dress. represents the artist. Represents the genre and theme.<br />Setting – naturalistic, shows the relationship as natural and organic.<br />Location – countryside. <br /> Represents nice and peaceful <br /> atmosphere, like the genre.<br />
  3. 3. Sound – <br />Goodwin Analysis- link <br /> between lyrics and visuals <br /> -”lying on the sun-kissed <br /> grass” – and the couple are <br /> lying on the grass at this <br /> point - illustrative. <br />Illustrates a story within the song. Song is about something that happened and the artist is re-enacting it. <br />Media Language<br />
  4. 4. Media Language<br />Editing – <br />Slow cuts between shots – represents the calmness of the song and genre<br />Continuity – same costume – consistency of branding the artist, type of clothes she wears. Consistency of the relationship<br />
  5. 5. Media Language<br />Cinematography – <br />Close-ups – lots of these! This <br /> promotes the artist as it is her song.<br />Two-shots – represents the relationship,<br /> shows the couple together.<br />Long shots – shows the surroundings – audience get a happy countryside feel<br />High angle shot – shows audience looking down on relationship while having an intimate conversation. <br />
  6. 6. Narrative<br />Todorov – <br />Exposition – Olivia and Derek introduced at the beginning<br />Development – the couple in different locations<br />Complication – not really a complication<br />Climax – not really a climax<br />Resolution – not really anything to resolve.<br />Our music video doesn’t have much narrative.<br />Propp – not relevant to our music video.<br />
  7. 7. Genre - FOLK<br />Goodwin – <br />“alternative folk” – the artist singing, lots of close ups and medium shots of singing.<br />Location – countryside and pub. Folky feel.<br />Music and visuals – music is slow pace and so is the editing and transitions of the whole video. <br />The demands of the record label will include the need for lots of close ups of the artist – ours has done this. <br />
  8. 8. Genre - FOLK<br />There is not frequent <br /> reference to the notion of<br /> looking and particular<br /> voyeuristic treatment of <br /> the body – its not really within the folk theme.<br />There is often intertextual reference (to films, TV etc.) we have a slight reference to Twilight – one shot is similar - high angle shot looking down on the couple<br />
  9. 9. Representation<br />Relationships – <br />Sound – lyrics of the song<br />Cinematography – lots of two-shots<br />Cinematography – close ups of couple<br />Cinematography – long shot of couple walking holding hands<br />Cinematography – high angle of couple<br />Mise-en-scene – location – romantic<br />Mise-en-scene – lighting – pretty and <br /> nice. Red – representing love<br />
  10. 10. Representation<br />Cinematography – when the camera spins around the couple represents the love of a couple as eternal and forever spinning around<br />Editing – continuity- shows the relationship as continuous. <br />
  11. 11. Audience<br />Location – domestic consumption, no regulations needed as there is no violence, drugs or sex<br />Consumption – we aimed at female acoustic fans, who perhaps liked the folk genre<br />Size – we aimed at a narrow fan base who prefer unsigned artists. Niche audience<br />Subjectivity – Genders would react differently, as women are generally more into romantic songs. Different countries and cultures would react differently to the music video as they would not agree with a woman portrayed being that way.<br />
  12. 12. Audience<br />I think we would have a passive audience as there is not a lot to contest with unless you did agree with “young love”.<br />

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