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Powerpoint trailer

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This is a powerpoint to show my first piece of work for my trailer

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Powerpoint trailer

  1. 1. Trailer By Tilly Parmar
  2. 2. Scenario My trailer will start off with a party, showing close ups, mid shots and long shots of all the guests having a good time, and doing different dance moves. It will then go on to show the ‘villains’ of the movie showing up to the party. Then a quick clip of a stabbing will be shown, after this we hear the party go silent and a girl crying in hysterics. The trailer will end with ambulance sirens.
  3. 3. Music/soundtrack I am going to try out various different songs and chose the most appropriate depending on how I shoot the trailer. I will use music which is the appropriate for the particular scenes. For sound effects I will add in the ambulance sirens and record background noise from the party, to get a clear atmosphere for my audience.
  4. 4. Audience The audience for my trailer will be teenagers, as the scenario is easily relatable to the modern day teenage party, with a slight twist at the end (stabbing). I feel this audience will appreciate and understand the trailer better than an older more mature audience.
  5. 5. Actors I will audition a range of potential actors for my trailer, and choose the best suited. The actors that I will use in the actual party will be of a age range from 16-18. The 3 actors that I will use as the ‘uninvited guests’ will be 17-18 years old.
  6. 6. Costumes The actors at the party will be wearing standard costumes, e.g. girls in a skirt and top, or jeans and crop top and boys in jeans and hoodies. The ‘uninvited guests’ will wear similar clothing, which will consist of tracksuit bottoms, jumpers and possibly a big coat. They will also wear a cap.
  7. 7. Potential Problems There are many problems that I could face whilst filming this. Below are a few examples: • Having all the actors in the same room under control (at the party scene) • Getting the lighting correct, as it will need to be dark outside and inside, however still be able to see what is going on at the party. • Making the stabbing as realistic as I can.

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