Assignment 11 similar products, conventions and channel- my part
Assignment 11- Similar products, conventions and channel time. By: Luara Pires Deborah Marques Maria Younes Kauana Labaldi
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Watched together Luara DebbieNAME OF DOCUMENTARY TV or FILM GENRE HOW MUCH WATCHED WHERE/HOW WATCHED DATE1.Lifers full TV in class 19/092.1 born every minute TV full TV – channel 4 10/083.My Big fat gipsy wedding 1 episode TV channel 4 real 23/09 player4. TV 1 episode TV-channel 4 CurrentlyTool Academy watching.5. TV 1 episode TV- 30/09Body Shock Channel 46. TV 1 episode Channel 4 22/09The unDatables realplayer7. TV Just he beggining Channel 4 23/09Out in a Limo realplayer
Similar product list TV or HOW WHERE/HOWNAME OF DOCUMENTARY FILM GENRE MUCH WATCHED DATE WATCHED TV 1 hr. On TV 1st November1. The human channelmannequin 42. 24 hours in A&E FLY 1 hr. TV ON on TV last watched THE channel 15th of WAL 4 November L3. My tattoo addiction TV 1 hr. On TV channel 20th november 4
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DOC WHEN WAS IT SHOWN ORIGINALLY? WHO IS TARGET WHAT CAN YOU STILL WH AUDIENCE? CHANNEL IS IT WATCH IT? How? TIM(WHAT ABOUT) ON Why? ON? Wh Why?My big fat gypsy wedding. 18 February 2010 (2010-02-18) – Present 16-25 channel 4 Yes. 9p • The time people Availaale to On tv or on are getting watch online. Channel 4This is a Tv documentary about married. realplayeryoung Irish gypsy girls gettingmarried. It shows how big their • The contentdress is, the whole preparation a and interests youngthen the wedding. people.The Body Shock 2003 - Present 16+ Channel 4 Yes. On tv and 9p • Age where people Available to on channel 4This is a TV documentary about start to watch online. realplayerpeople with extraordinary types of understand morebodies. The one I watched is about about maturethe shortest man on earth. topics.Out in a Limo 05march 2012 15-30 Channel 4 Yes,on channel 9pThis is a tv documentary, where a • This kind of content Available to 4ODlimo company has a documentary of interests young watch onlinewhat goes on inside their limo. This people, but after aepisode that I watched was about a certain age our intrests change.wedding. • This episode shows about marriage.
SIMILAR PRODUCTS OF INSISPIRATIONDESCRIPTION OF WHEN WAS WHO IS THE TARGET WHAT CHANNEL IS IT ON ? CAN YOU STILL WHAT TIME IS IT ON ?DOCUMNTARY IT SHOWN? AUDIENCE ? (ONLINE ?) WATCH IT NOW WHY ? ?1 born every minute JUNE 20-30 Channel 4 Yes 9:00• Show women • mothers or thinking of • Time target giving birth Available on 4oD becoming a mother/ • Contemporary topic audience have• Interviews with pregnant women free time to nurses watch tv• Show emotion of a child being bornTool academy OCTOBER 16-25 E4 Yes 10:00• Couples go there • Starting to care about • Time target to save their Available online having good relationships • Link to target audience audience are in relationships • Looking for tips for bed watching tv• Boys learn to be themselves better • They can relate to it boyfriends• Girls learn to be better girlfriends24 hours at A&E August 18-30 Channel 4 Yes 9:00• Show what • Interest for nursing • Link to target happens at A&E Available online • Link to career • Contemporary topic audience being• Job of a nurse • Curiosity available to • Real life issues watch it.
WHEN WAS WHAT CAN YOU WHAT TIME IS ITBRIEF WHO IS ON? IT SHOWN CHANNEL IS IT STILL WATCHDESCRIPTION TARGET Why? ORIGINALLY ON? IT? How? AUDIENCE? Why?OF DOC ? Why?(WHATABOUT)• It is about a girl Thursday 1st The target It is on channel Yes, you It is on who has a rare of audience would 4 because channel 4 can watch 9pm condition which November be females it on the because it mostly targets locks all her 2012 from the ages at a young channel 4 may have bones into place of 16-20 audience just• She wants to try working class. It website scenes like this and break into would also be documentary. on 4od. that people the fashion for those who You can also may feel world are into fashion watch it online. upset by.• The as this is mostly documentary about how you follows her life can break in to and how she it. tries to contact the fashion world
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DOC WHEN WAS IT WHO IS TARGET AUDIENCE? WHAT CHANNEL IS IT ON? CAN YOU STILL WATCH WHAT TIME IS IT ON?(WHAT ABOUT) SHOWN ORIGINALLY? Why? Why? IT? How? Why? List if you can watch on line too• This 11th may The target It is on channel 4 Yes it is It is on at audience varies as they broadcast documentary 2011 from different on 4od 9pm as follows kings a lot of different fly demand children episodes. As on the wall college hospital sometimes they on the will be broadcast about documentaries and staff in A&E they have a lot of channel 4 asleep teenagers so it showing the could be documentaries website. and also different types of targeted at concerning there will incidents they parents and peoples health be teenagers from get everyday ages of 16-20. scenes and how they also doctors that deal with them. may want to people watch this to may not see different experiences. want to see.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF WHEN WAS IT WHO IS TARGET WHAT CHANNEL IS IT ON? CAN YOU STILL WATCH WHAT TIME IS IT ON? IT? How? Why?DOC SHOWN AUDIENCE? Why?(WHAT ABOUT) ORIGINALLY? Why? List if you can watch on line too• This 18th October The target It was on channel 4 Yes, you can It is on 10pm as documentary 2012 audience would because channel 4 watch it on there it includes is about be mostly males usually shows 4od demand content which is people who 25-30 as the documentaries which not for younger have an people in the are quite fun to watch audience and addiction for documentary and one that would also swearing. getting are quite older follow a persons life. unique/weird people and tattoos. male. People who are addicted to tattoos or maybe people who do not really like tattoos.
Conventions of TV Documentaries.-Handheld camera -Interviews with the public-Voice over -Titles-Commercial intervals -Supportive images-Archival footage -Experts Interview-Steady cam -Natural Lighting-Background music -Point of view shot-Clear aim of documentary -Quotes material-Presenter -Purpose of the doc. (edu,per,info)-Style (participatory or conservative)-Talking head -Establishing shot-Special effects -Statistics-Ambient sound -Preview before break-Structure -Montage editing
Conventions of documentaries• Interviews• Fly on the wall• Hand-held camera• Voice-over• Reconstruction• Use of texts and titles• Visual coding Talking heads• Exposition• Real footage• Location shooting Archival footage Fly on the wall
SIMILAR PRODUCTS AND THEIR CONVENTIONSCONVENTION USE DEVELOP CHALLENGE DESCRIPTION Example from real TV documentaryLifers Here they usedinterview with experts interview,experts x to talk about each person inside the prisonMy big Fatgyspy wedding x They use theNatural lighting natural lighting, so tahat peple can see this is a real documentary.Body shock They usedIntervals/breaks intervals to separate each x subtopic they are doingOut in a limo Voice over here to explain aboutvoice over x each person inside the limo, and to give review of last episode.
CONVENTIONSINTERVIEWS • These include EXPERT interviews (get more scientific explanations) • RANDOM PEOPLE interviews (see the view people may have on the topic) • PEOPLE WHO HAVE GONE THROUGH IT interviews (get a more in depth picture about the topic)
CONVENTIONSESTABLISHING SHOTS • Used to INFORM the audience • Make it more CLEAR where the documentary is taking place
CONVENTIONSTITLES • INFORM audience who is talking (interviews) • NOT CONFUSE the audience • CLEAR title of documentary • GUIDE the audience
CONVENTION USE DEVELOP CHALLENGE DESCRIPTION Example from real TV documentaryTalking They have My tattoo addictionheads different people who do tattoos talking to the cameras. They develop The humanVoice over this by having a mannequin at the voice over if beginning you hear someone does not want to her voice but you do show their face. not see her. The titles for My tattoo addiction my tattooUse of texts addiction isand titles like a tattoo on someones hand.
CONVENTION USE DEVELOP CHALLENGE DESCRIPTION Example from real TV documentaryinterview with x we are going to use interview with xexperts experts, to know more about the scientific side of being a transgender. x x We are going to have a presenter, so thatPresenter the documentary is more clear as the presenter will specify things.CONVENTION USE DEVELOP CHALLENGE DESCRIPTION Example from real TV documentaryNatural Lighting x we are going to use natural lighting x because we want to make it realistic as it is to do with a serious topic. x x We are going to have establishing shots,Establishing because we want to show places we areshots going, and make it clear to the audience.
CONVENTION USE DEVELOP CHALLENGE DESCRIPTION Example from real TV documentaryArchival We want to n/a n/a We can getfootage show different different clips footage from from YouTube history how it how society has changed. protested for and against transsexuals The presenter n/a The presentervisual will be casually n/a would wearcoding dressed to casual clothing make the so the person people feel she will be comfortable and interviewing at ease. will not feel intimidated and would feel at ease. In Soho we willlocation film as there will n/a n/ashooting be many different people we can interview.
What channel would it be put on and why?• We would choose channel 4 because their documentaries are usually aimed at an audience who are aged 16+• Also their documentaries are mostly participatory and informative and that’s what our one is
What time would it be on and why?• The time we would be showing it at would be 9 o’clock as there would be explicit content and a subject that may be too much for people aged under 16• Also children who come back from school would normally watch from 4-7 so they would be asleep for when this documentary would be showing.