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draft 2 research

  1. 1. Draft 2; Research and PlanningName; Michaela Ives KingshottCandidate Number; 7380Colour Code; Orange
  2. 2. Timeline
  3. 3. Storyboard
  4. 4. Script
  5. 5. Shotlist
  6. 6. Product How is it similar Picture evidenceLauren Branning;Eastenders- TV Show• Teenage girl• Struggles with alcoholabuseNorth Country- Movie• Teenage girl• RapedHitch Hiker- Book• Teenage girl• Runs away fromhomeNoneSimilar products
  7. 7. ConventionsConvention How is it used? Use/challenge/develop?Alcohol abuse • Main characterstruggles with aserious drink problemUseDomestic violence • No domestic setting isused or mentionedChallengeDysfunctional family • The girls family is notpresent or mentionedwithin the openingsequenceChallengeMain focus on ateenager• The main character isa teenage girlUse
  8. 8. Target audienceWho is your targetaudienceHow do you attract youraudience• 15+• Boys and girls• Any social class• Mostly westernised• Any sexuality• Good use ofconventions• Good use of modernsocial issues such asalcohol abuse amongteens• Good enigma• Relatable character
  9. 9. LocationsLocation Why we used it? Private or publicWembley park station stairs • Scene is which Sophie is sittingon the stairsPublicIngrid’s house • Bedroom scene PrivateIngrid’s road • Posh road scene PublicCorner shop • Sophie walks out with bag PublicBus • Flash back scene PublicMichaela’s road • Boy scene Public
  10. 10. Characters and actorsCharacter Before After AnnotationJhane;ShaniyaMichaela;SophieMessyhairandcasualclothingCasuallydressed
  11. 11. Character Before After AnnotationIngrid;RosieFatou; JayHat used toshow maledress senseand hide hair.TypicalmaleclothingusedSmartlydressedto showsocialclass
  12. 12. Costume and propsItem Brought from Price How does it connectto representation?Michaela Jumper New look £15 • The costume andprops in which weused makes theactor morerepresentative ofthe character,and helps theaudienceunderstand whatis going onBoots New look £25Leggings Primark £5Plastic blue bag Corner shop FreeBlue and white shirt Matalan £14Jeggings Primark £10Coat New look £12
  13. 13. Item Brought from Price How does itconnect torepresentation?Ingrid Blazer Zara £35 • Shows us that thegirl is of a bettersocial class andmuch more well offthen the maincharacter, showsthe clear differencebetween the twocharacters.Shopping bags Hollister FreeJeans New look £20Shirt Oasis £15.99Heels New look £20Jhane Fur coat New look £49.99 • Shows that the girlis of a higher classthen the maincharacter, but notby much.Timberland boots Hawkeye £129Jeans New look £20Hat Peacocks £5
  14. 14. Item Brought from Price How does it connectto representation?Fatou Hat ebay £12 • Shows that Fatouis trying to be amale character,shows that he isof working ormiddle class.Vans Vans store £35Tracksuit bottoms H&M £8Jumper next £20Phone T-Mobile store £120

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