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The first question was asking what the age of the people were who were going to answer our questionnaire, the majority of the people were between 18 and 25 and that is very close to my target audience, I want to target a mature teenage audience who will be able to understand my movie opening and also find it entertaining.
Question two was asking what gender the people were. I was able to interview a generally equal range of male and females, thus the questionnaire seems to be fair in assessing a male and female perspective. I have broken the stereotype that the thriller genre is mainly male orientated. With my close to equal ratio I will be able to assess what both genders find interesting and uninteresting.
This question is based on ethnicity- however our target audience is not based on the  ethnicity and race, because we live in a multi cultural society and pigeon holing our audience to a minority would be detrimental to what we are trying to achieve.  With a mixture of different race people we can gain a fair result through the questionnaire as I am not being biased.
In question four I was questioning the audience on whether they believed costume and props added to the drama and atmosphere of a film. Many of 70% believed it did, therefore I will connect my costumes and  props heavily to my plot and storyboard themes. Consequently I can create a movie opening that is combined through all aspects of design and planning.
60% of the people believed that the narrative to them was important in a movie. Without a narrative the movie would lack depth and entertainment, thus I will try to create a good narrative for my movie opening. With the addition of a cliff hanger to keep the audiences interested. 40% however believed the technical aspects of a movie are more important. I believe they too are correct as they create suspense, drama and tie the story line together. With out the technical conventions the movie would most likely be boring…
Most of the audience as teenagers generally favoured the random story line for the opening sequel. Therefore giving clues to the audience of what the movie could be about, without being to forthcoming. On the other hand 40% of the audience did a sequenced storyline.
Question 7 allows me to understand what the type of thriller subgenre the audience liked to watch, I want to create y movie opening in the subgenre of supernatural thriller. The audience seemed to like the type of thriller to some extent. However they also liked the horror and action thrillers more. Therefore I may include some conventions of these genres in to my movie opening. Supernatural Thriller
One of my ideas for my movie opening was to create a sin city like effect in black and white. I wanted to see what the audience felt about this. The result was an overall equal feeling on whether to use black and white or colour. Therefore I believe I can use either filters when editing my work, allowing me more freedom.
Most of the audience seem to like fantasy. I am a fan of surrealist work from directors such as Spike Jones. With the audience in favour of my view I believe I will carry on influencing fantasy in to my future work…
33% of my audience were not direct fans of thriller movies thus not my main target audience  I am therefore unable to state that my questionnaire is 100% full of my target audience.
Most of the audience seemed to favour the hero, however the few that did not intrigued me as they seemed to have a very controversial view. Some people now seem to support the villain as they seem to be able to relate to him rather than the hero who is seen to be inhuman.
The 50/50% vote was interesting, I can now combine both these elements in to my movie opening as the audience seemed to like both of the themes equally. Action is well liked in many thriller movies, but the mystery that is not solved until the end generally creates the tension and suspense in the movie.
To me the opening sequence to a movie predicts whether or not I will enjoy a movie, therefore it is important to make a good impact. This is due to the opening sequence being able to introduce the main characters, the general locations and clues as to what the story line could be. 77% of the people agreed with me. Therefore in my project I will try to make a large impact in my opening sequel.
I like modern thriller movies better than the traditional thriller, this is because the contemporary thriller is more unpredictable and can twist the storyline so the viewer does not know what to expect, where as the traditional thriller seems to be predictable from the start and has many cliché moments through out the film. With 60% of the audience agreeing with me I am going to try to incorporate a contemporary theme to my movie opening.
90% of my target audience seemed to believe that the music that doesn’t relate to the visual image is very effective and creates a twisted element to the scene. I liked the effect this gives and may decide to incorporate this idea in to my movie opening. To me I agree with the 10% of the audience instead as I believe that dramatic music that relates to the visual image is more effective and adds to the atmosphere by building the tension in a violent scene. 15. Do you think it's effective to have music playing over a title sequence that doesn't relate to or fit with what is happening on the screen? For example, gentle, classical music playing whilst someone is being murdered.

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Questionnaire results

  • 2. The first question was asking what the age of the people were who were going to answer our questionnaire, the majority of the people were between 18 and 25 and that is very close to my target audience, I want to target a mature teenage audience who will be able to understand my movie opening and also find it entertaining.
  • 3. Question two was asking what gender the people were. I was able to interview a generally equal range of male and females, thus the questionnaire seems to be fair in assessing a male and female perspective. I have broken the stereotype that the thriller genre is mainly male orientated. With my close to equal ratio I will be able to assess what both genders find interesting and uninteresting.
  • 4. This question is based on ethnicity- however our target audience is not based on the ethnicity and race, because we live in a multi cultural society and pigeon holing our audience to a minority would be detrimental to what we are trying to achieve. With a mixture of different race people we can gain a fair result through the questionnaire as I am not being biased.
  • 5. In question four I was questioning the audience on whether they believed costume and props added to the drama and atmosphere of a film. Many of 70% believed it did, therefore I will connect my costumes and props heavily to my plot and storyboard themes. Consequently I can create a movie opening that is combined through all aspects of design and planning.
  • 6. 60% of the people believed that the narrative to them was important in a movie. Without a narrative the movie would lack depth and entertainment, thus I will try to create a good narrative for my movie opening. With the addition of a cliff hanger to keep the audiences interested. 40% however believed the technical aspects of a movie are more important. I believe they too are correct as they create suspense, drama and tie the story line together. With out the technical conventions the movie would most likely be boring…
  • 7. Most of the audience as teenagers generally favoured the random story line for the opening sequel. Therefore giving clues to the audience of what the movie could be about, without being to forthcoming. On the other hand 40% of the audience did a sequenced storyline.
  • 8. Question 7 allows me to understand what the type of thriller subgenre the audience liked to watch, I want to create y movie opening in the subgenre of supernatural thriller. The audience seemed to like the type of thriller to some extent. However they also liked the horror and action thrillers more. Therefore I may include some conventions of these genres in to my movie opening. Supernatural Thriller
  • 9. One of my ideas for my movie opening was to create a sin city like effect in black and white. I wanted to see what the audience felt about this. The result was an overall equal feeling on whether to use black and white or colour. Therefore I believe I can use either filters when editing my work, allowing me more freedom.
  • 10. Most of the audience seem to like fantasy. I am a fan of surrealist work from directors such as Spike Jones. With the audience in favour of my view I believe I will carry on influencing fantasy in to my future work…
  • 11. 33% of my audience were not direct fans of thriller movies thus not my main target audience I am therefore unable to state that my questionnaire is 100% full of my target audience.
  • 12. Most of the audience seemed to favour the hero, however the few that did not intrigued me as they seemed to have a very controversial view. Some people now seem to support the villain as they seem to be able to relate to him rather than the hero who is seen to be inhuman.
  • 13. The 50/50% vote was interesting, I can now combine both these elements in to my movie opening as the audience seemed to like both of the themes equally. Action is well liked in many thriller movies, but the mystery that is not solved until the end generally creates the tension and suspense in the movie.
  • 14. To me the opening sequence to a movie predicts whether or not I will enjoy a movie, therefore it is important to make a good impact. This is due to the opening sequence being able to introduce the main characters, the general locations and clues as to what the story line could be. 77% of the people agreed with me. Therefore in my project I will try to make a large impact in my opening sequel.
  • 15. I like modern thriller movies better than the traditional thriller, this is because the contemporary thriller is more unpredictable and can twist the storyline so the viewer does not know what to expect, where as the traditional thriller seems to be predictable from the start and has many cliché moments through out the film. With 60% of the audience agreeing with me I am going to try to incorporate a contemporary theme to my movie opening.
  • 16. 90% of my target audience seemed to believe that the music that doesn’t relate to the visual image is very effective and creates a twisted element to the scene. I liked the effect this gives and may decide to incorporate this idea in to my movie opening. To me I agree with the 10% of the audience instead as I believe that dramatic music that relates to the visual image is more effective and adds to the atmosphere by building the tension in a violent scene. 15. Do you think it's effective to have music playing over a title sequence that doesn't relate to or fit with what is happening on the screen? For example, gentle, classical music playing whilst someone is being murdered.