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Overview of pitch

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Overview of pitch

  1. 1. GCSE Film Studies
  2. 2. Define marking criteria for pitch Pitch Apply marking criteria toCreate pitch two examples pitches Explain key features of pitch
  3. 3. Level 1 Extremely limited, little or no knowledge and understanding of how to pitch a film. Written0-2 communication uneven and extremely limited with high proportion of inaccuracies.Level 2 Basic knowledge and understanding of how to pitch a film. Written communication more generally accurate3-5 although still limited.Level 3 Reasonable knowledge and understanding of how to pitch a film. Written communication good. More confident use6-7 of specialist terminology.Level 4 Excellent knowledge and understanding of how to pitch a film. Written communication excellent. Confident and8-10 well-integrated use of specialist terminology.
  4. 4.  Look at the following examples:  Butcher  Obsession Lover What level would you apply to each pitch? Why have you awarded that level?
  5. 5.  What is your Logline? What genre have you selected? Which genre film is similar to your film? What is your film about? Who are the main stars of your film? Who is the main target audience for your film?
  6. 6.  Using your answers to the previous questions create your own 150 word pitch for your film Remember, you are being graded on:  Quality of your Pitch  Use of terminology  Written Communication
  7. 7.  Ensure that your 150 word summary answer all of the key questions Proof read your work or get someone else to read over it Make sure your ideas are clear – why not share your ideas with a friend? Make sure that your film is generic – does it seem like the kind of film that would be released

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