Man V Food• Genre: Food Reality• Time: 6:30pm• Channel: Dave• I like this documentary because it shows various places, and different types of food. I also like how the presenter gets involved with the making of the documentary.
Man VS Food• Presenter talks directly • Voiceover is done by the same to camera. presenter.• Engaging in the filming. • He seems enthusiastic as he• Not just giving presents. information.• Like a participant.
Conventions: • Establishing Shot of the setting – Seattle • Interview with the audience. • Titles are simple and at the bottom of the page. • The title is very eye catching.
7/7: One day in LondonGenre: Real lifeTime: 9pmChannel: BBC2I liked this documentary because it relates to my life, as Iwas not born in London and after staying here for a bit Idecided to live here and continue my life here.
Conventions: • Handheld camera • Following a person • Titles are not challenged and are simply shown at the beginning of the documentary.
Conventions: • Scene of handheld camera • Establishing a place • Creating an image of London (very busy) • Interview with no presenter. • The person being interviewed speaks directly to the camera. • Videos of the past about London • To support their point • Gives more realism to the documentary
One born every minute.• Genre- reality television documentary.• Conventions- real life, drama, happy at the end.• Time: 8pm• Channel: Channel 4• I liked this documentary because I thought it was very informative and it portrays a happy side to the birth and having a baby situation.
Conventions • Titles at the side • Not to attract too much attention • Interview with the nurses • Talks directly to the camera • No presenters
Conventions: • Effects- Zoom In from distance • Zoom in of the baby • After the titles come up • Voiceover is done at some parts. • This part for example, in this scene there is voiceover. • Showing specific scenes • They show everything • Follows the whole procedure