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EVALUATION QUESTION 3
What have you learned from your audience
feedback?
How did you respond to the original brief with the
audience in mind?
■ Before creating our film, we produced a questionnai...
In filming and editing how did you ensure
meaning would be apparent to the audience?
■ When filming the film, we looked fo...
How did the audience respond when you trialled
aspects of your film?
■ After letting peers watch our film for the first ti...
How did the audience respond when you trialled
aspects of your film?
■ The second question we asked was, what could be imp...
How did the audience respond when you trialled
aspects of your film?
■ The final question that we asked the audience is wh...
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  1. 1. EVALUATION QUESTION 3 What have you learned from your audience feedback?
  2. 2. How did you respond to the original brief with the audience in mind? ■ Before creating our film, we produced a questionnaire in regards to our film script.The respondents were handed the first draft of our film script and were asked questions on what they thought about the film script, and their first impressions.This helped us understand the audience more and create a film that they would want to see, as they gave us feedback and suggestions on how to change and improve the film.
  3. 3. In filming and editing how did you ensure meaning would be apparent to the audience? ■ When filming the film, we looked for locations that were suitable for the film and fit the scene well.While the scenes we chose were fairly generic and not that interesting in terms of surroundings, the story still benefitted as it was clear where the characters were at that time. ■ In filming and editing, we decided to use a lot of closeup shots and reaction shots from Chuck.This helped the audience understand what Chuck was feeling and suggested at how the audience should be feeling, as they empathise with Chuck.
  4. 4. How did the audience respond when you trialled aspects of your film? ■ After letting peers watch our film for the first time, we created questions for them to answer to understand their thoughts and what they would change about our film ■ The first question of our film asks the audience what they liked about our film ■ There were many answers, most of them saying the film was easy to understand, funny and had a good storyline.This was helpful information as it suggests that all the areas that we tried to achieve with our film were fulfilled, as well as other areas that we did not expect to meet
  5. 5. How did the audience respond when you trialled aspects of your film? ■ The second question we asked was, what could be improved in our film?This had a majority vote for the sound and wind complications that we had when filming one of the scenes, however after receiving feedback we decided to go back and change the film slightly by adding background music over the scene so that the wind was no longer apparent
  6. 6. How did the audience respond when you trialled aspects of your film? ■ The final question that we asked the audience is what age rating would they give the film. ■ This resulted in a majority vote for PG, which we had expected and had already aimed towards when writing the script. By not including violence or explicit language, we were able to fall into the bracket of PG.This will help the film upon release as it will be available to a wider and younger audience.

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