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“Education is an admirable thing, but it iswell to remember from time to time thatnothing that is worth knowing can betaug...
“It is hard to convince a high-schoolstudent that he will encounter a lot ofproblems more difficult than those ofalgebra a...
Google search results for “Last      year of A levels”
“Parents express   “Class of 2012    DISAPPOINTING  “Our FUTURE“Fall “A‘ATOPlevelis A   “The topover       in level maths:...
GRADES PARENTSACCEPTANCES       PRESSURE RESULTSCONCERNED DISAPPOINTINGDOWN EXAMSFALL
8 years ago
“Rest of Your Life” A documentary film created by Katie Collins
•   A pregnant teenager•   A college drop out•   An Oxford hopeful•   An outcast•   The class clown
Costume•    Pregnancy- Slim actress needed. Make up used to give eyes a tired feel. Clothes     plain- show lack of care f...
•   Oxford hopeful- smart clothing. Shirt and tie, smart trousers and shoes. Glasses-    stereotypical of the studious typ...
•   Class clown- fashionable clothing and hairstyle. Bright colours- cheerful image.
Location• Everyday locations such as home, sixth form.• Outdoor locations. Mixture of urban and  countryside feel.• Specif...
Budget
Production Companies• Back2back productions- specialise in  independent documentaries. Examples:  “The Changing Face of…” ...
Inspiration
Audience• Diverse• Both genders• Range of ages
“Rest of your    Life”
My Film Pitch
My Film Pitch
My Film Pitch
My Film Pitch
My Film Pitch
My Film Pitch
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My Film Pitch

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My Film Pitch

  1. 1. “Education is an admirable thing, but it iswell to remember from time to time thatnothing that is worth knowing can betaught.”Oscar Wilde (1856-1900)
  2. 2. “It is hard to convince a high-schoolstudent that he will encounter a lot ofproblems more difficult than those ofalgebra and geometry.”Edgar W. Howe
  3. 3. Google search results for “Last year of A levels”
  4. 4. “Parents express “Class of 2012 DISAPPOINTING “Our FUTURE“Fall “A‘ATOPlevelis A “The topover in level maths: “ grade’ “A“A and A*A “concern RESULTS“Science and level biggest records can’t even children as figuresGRADESBLEAKofA RESULTS day A level number : results sendlevels buck trend of looking 2012-GRADES MEDIOCRE A GRADES TOP GRADE are and a PAPER parentsuniversity ” manageinto thisshow acceptancestakeFALLING GRADES level RESULTS ”‘set TOP RESULTS GRADES down level in the fall” ” 2012” DROP DISMAYalso down” ROUNDclearing year” a NOSE-DIVE” to stall’” history of A levels”
  5. 5. GRADES PARENTSACCEPTANCES PRESSURE RESULTSCONCERNED DISAPPOINTINGDOWN EXAMSFALL
  6. 6. 8 years ago
  7. 7. “Rest of Your Life” A documentary film created by Katie Collins
  8. 8. • A pregnant teenager• A college drop out• An Oxford hopeful• An outcast• The class clown
  9. 9. Costume• Pregnancy- Slim actress needed. Make up used to give eyes a tired feel. Clothes plain- show lack of care for appearance. Bump must be visible. • Drop out- casual clothes, definitely not smart. Jeans and hoodie. Scuffed trainers. Male.
  10. 10. • Oxford hopeful- smart clothing. Shirt and tie, smart trousers and shoes. Glasses- stereotypical of the studious type. Male or female. • Outcast- mainly black clothes, idea of blending into the shadows. Pair of headphones- shutting out everyone else.
  11. 11. • Class clown- fashionable clothing and hairstyle. Bright colours- cheerful image.
  12. 12. Location• Everyday locations such as home, sixth form.• Outdoor locations. Mixture of urban and countryside feel.• Specific locations eg. hospital
  13. 13. Budget
  14. 14. Production Companies• Back2back productions- specialise in independent documentaries. Examples: “The Changing Face of…” and “The Soham Murders: 10 Years On”• Coffee Films – specialise in independent films such as “Dealer”, following a “young drug dealer, combining real life stories with fiction to give a true perspective on suburban drug use.”
  15. 15. Inspiration
  16. 16. Audience• Diverse• Both genders• Range of ages
  17. 17. “Rest of your Life”

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