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  1. 1. WHAT HAVE YOU LEARNT FROM AUDIENCE FEEDBACK?
  2. 2. This graph shows that we produced a circular narative that fit the film and was quite successful. Most people said it was successful. A small minority said it was unsuccessful, this may just be a biased opinion and can be counted as an anonymous result.
  3. 3. This bar graph shows that 37% of people said that they expected the ending to be like this whereas 62% said they didn’t expect this ending to the film. This shows we were quite successful in going against the audience expectations.
  4. 4. When asking people on how they rate our film, the majority of people seemed to like it. Out of 24 responses; just 1 person said it was dreadful. Most people thought it was alright, great or excellent. This shows that the overall use of different aspects of filming was used quite well.
  5. 5. In this question; we seemed to get responses all over the place. Some people thought we developed our main character Ahmad whereas some thought we didn’t develop him that much at all.
  6. 6. Most people thought the sound track was effective. This is great because now we know that we used the right soundtrack for our film which suits the mood of each scene. This is good because the audience will be more engaged when watching which will mean they will enjoy it more.
  7. 7. More than half the people thought it was either good or perfect. This shows that we handled the techniques and skills on Final Cut Express with certainty and knew how to use certain cutting techniques and change some lighting in some scenes.
  8. 8. The majority thought we used a range of camera angles. This was reflected in our film as we used a lot of long shots, mid shots, close ups. This made the audience more engaged and feel more touched in certain scenes.
  9. 9. All of the responses thought we handled each aspect of the Mise-en-Scene well. This included lighting and anything on the scene that made the audience feel more engaged.
  10. 10. COMMENTS:
  11. 11. COMMENTS ANALYSIS I learnt a lot from my audience feedback. There was a comments section on Survey Monkey website for people to express their opinion and give us what they thought in their own words. We mostly got positive feedback about many aspects of the film including the script, lighting, editing, sound and the setting itself. However some people thought we needed a bit more work on the sound and the story could have been extended. This was enough feedback to help us improve and made us realize what we could have done better; however it was also a sign of praise from some of our audience.

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