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Short film posters editible 2

  1. 1. Short film Posters
  2. 2. George Lucas in Love Sold based on George Lucas’s popularity hence his picture being so big on the poster. Basic colour theme, doesn’t deviate a lot, it’s very simple which is a possible insight to the movie. The lens flare suggests a a sunny climate The size of the characters photo could represent how important they are to the plot. Pretty insignificant to the plot Main role, possible love interest Main protagonist Main role, possibly gives guidance to the protagonist as he is placed by the lens flare that represents the sun. Lower 3rd billboard – movie isn’t sold on the actors/director/producer.
  3. 3. I’m here Bright colour pallet, open and airy. Only two main characters, one of which isn’t your normal main character. Main titles in the middle third to grab the audiences attention (eye line) Lower 3rd billboard – movie isn’t sold on the actors/director/producer. Tag line; Explains the picture above (A young couple) Overall the poster is very minimalist in contrast to the generic movie poster (Feature films). It gives us the minimum information possible to get the audience intrigued. Sole more on the actual content rather than a particular genre.
  4. 4. Across the Hall (Short Film) Actors are recognisable and may draw an audience purely base on their name. Main protagonist; running away from someone Main titles in the lower third so the picture is grabbing the attention first. Lower 3rd billboard – movie isn’t sold on the director/producer. Tag line; Explains the picture above and the setting for the movie but not why the man in the picture seems to be hiding. Overall the poster is very minimalist in contrast to the generic movie poster (Feature films). It gives us the minimum information possible to get the audience intrigued.
  5. 5. Across the Hall (Feature Film) Actors are recognisable and may draw an audience purely base on their name. Main protagonist; running away from someone Main titles in the lower third so the picture is grabbing the attention first. Lower 3rd billboard – movie isn’t sold on the director/producer. Tag line; Explains the picture above and the setting for the movie but not why the man in the picture seems to be hiding. This poster is a lot more action packed than the short film version, this also show cases more characters meaning that more characters may have been added since the film has to be longer.
  6. 6. Elf (Comedy) Tag line; funny tag line, gives hints at the movie and genre Main protagonist; happy, larger than life, funny and instantly recognisable. Main titles: Using protagonist as part of the main titles to amuse the audience. Lower 3rd billboard – movie isn’t sold on the director/producer. Second Title: Explains the picture/title above incase people don’t realise what the protagonist is supposed to be representing. Sold by it’s actors slightly, mostly sold by the main picture.
  7. 7. Letters to Juliet (Romantic) Main protagonist; happy, eyes only (love at first sight) Main titles: Using protagonist as part of the main titles to amuse the audience. Lower 3rd billboard – movie isn’t sold on the director/producer. Second picture; Shows two other main characters under romantic archway suggesting two romances?
  8. 8. Olympus Has Fallen (Action) Main protagonists; serious, screen shot from the movie, head shot (intensity) Main titles: lower third, not that big, sold more on it’s actors than it’s title Lower 3rd billboard – sold on its director Second picture; Sets the movie a bit more, it’s based in America (White house) shows burning US flag possible terrorist attack.
  9. 9. Star Trek (Sci-Fi) Main protagonists; serious, screen shot from the movie, head shot (intensity) Main titles: lower third, not that big, sold more on it’s actors than it’s title. But the overall series practically sells itself to old fans making he title less necessary as most of them just recognize it. Lower 3rd billboard – Not sold on its producer or director on this particular poster. Second picture; Sets the movie a bit more, shows the iconic enterprise to entice new audiences Overall colour scheme is dark giving the idea that it’s set in space, a common setting in Sci-Fi films.
  10. 10. Harry Potter (Fantasy) Main protagonists; serious, screen shot from the movie, head shot (intensity) Main titles: middle third, this shows that the title is very important to the success of the film, mainly because it is book based and there fans will recognise the title and not the actors. Lower 3rd billboard – Not sold on its producer or director on this particular poster. Secondary pictures; Show important but not as important characters to set the scene of the Overall colour scheme is dark giving the idea that it’s mysterious a common atmosphere for .

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