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A2 media studies summer 2015

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A2 media studies summer 2015

  1. 1. A2 MediaStudies –AdvancedPortfolio – Summer 2015 o Initial Genre Research (mind-map/timeline about your chosen genre) o Detailed Analysis (analysis of camerawork, sound, editing, mise-en-scene, conventions of genre and form in a relevant film trailer or music video) o Still Image Analysis (analysis of 7 key images from a second relevant filmtrailer or music video in relation to technical elements and conventions) o Annotated Video Analysis (annotated video analysis of third film trailer or music video in relation to technical elements and conventions) o Promotional Package Analysis (analysis of relevant promotional package for release of a film or album, identifying links/brand identity) o Ancillary Product 1 Analysis (analysis of either film poster or album artwork in relation to typography, images, layout, colour, conventions of genre and form) o Ancillary Product 2 Analysis (analysis of either film magazine cover or magazine advert for an album in relation to typography, images, layout, colour, conventions of genre and form) o Initial Audience Research (questionnaire and results to identify demographic, psychographic information about your target audience, and their expectations of your chosen product) Summer Homework: ProductionConcepts Film Trailer Develop ideas for possible storylines for your film including information about the narrative, characters, settings, and key events. Evaluate your ideas. How conventional are your ideas? Why do you think your ideas would be successful or unsuccessful? Music Video Select which song you will be producing a music video for. Develop possible concepts for the music video. What ideas do you have for the content? What narrative ideas do you have? Evaluate your ideas. How conventional are your ideas? Why do you think your ideas would be successful or unsuccessful? Support Additional resources can be found on the Neale-Wade Media Department blog www.mediastudiesnwcc.blogspot.com on the A2 Advanced Production page. If you have any questions or need any help please contact me via email jhibbert@neale-wade.org or through Twitter @nealewademedia.

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