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  2. 2. To be left alone with one's mind. Is hardly thought as dangerous. Is it? What if you could see yourself perform everyday tasks as if you were behind a pane of glass? What if you began to doubt your existence, and thought nothing could hurt you because you didn't feel real?What if there was someone out there just like you? Someone who could fit the pieces together?Melissa has forgotten who she is. Everyday she asks herself whether any of this is real, or whether she's trapped in her own imagination.She meets a girl, Niamh. Who appears to be just like her, if not completely the same. Can Niamh help Melissa to find herself, and escape from her own imagination? <br />(Work in progress)<br />
  3. 3. <ul><li>As a sub genre, it incorporates ideas from mystery and drama
  4. 4. Focuses more on the processes of the mind rather than the physical
  5. 5. Characters are reliant on their mental resources rather than physical strength
  6. 6. Characters usually have to resolve conflicts with themselves
  7. 7. Themes are usually: reality, mind, existence, purpose and identity
  8. 8. Fast cuts are common because of the suspense and tension
  9. 9. Close ups are quite common, as they portray the character’s emotion</li></li></ul><li>My target audience are people aged 13+ I feel this because the film isn’t a horror so the age certificate should be a 12a+ but only for mature 12 year olds as it is still a psychological thriller.<br />It will appeal to a wide audience as most people like the genre of psychological thriller, because it’s an intriguing genre filled with mystery<br />The film will appeal to people working or who are interested in mental health or suffer from depersonalization <br />Because the film features 2 females, it may appeal to males more than females<br />
  10. 10. What’s caused this?<br />Who is Niamh?<br />Is this film portraying real life, or it Melissa’s imagination?<br />Why has the contrast and levels been edited so drastically?<br />Does she actually suffer from Depersonalization or is it all a dream?<br />Is pathetic fallacy intended?<br />
  11. 11. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYvfo5bvhKs&feature=player_embedded<br />The other video is on my blog. However because it has been uploaded through facebook, it won’t play on school computers.<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIBt2oc1Bac&feature=player_embedded<br />This is how I hope my teaser to turn out like. I want it to have fast cuts, and high levels of contrast and use of chroma key. <br />
  12. 12. http://animoto.com/play/XWZGLqN0ChFWBYaZC4iNfg?utm_source=blogspot.com&utm_medium=player&utm_campaign=player<br />
  13. 13. Played by Melissa LegardaAlcantara<br /><ul><li>The main character of the film
  14. 14. She is 17 and lives in London
  15. 15. Dropped out of school because of AS level grades (because of her psychological problems)
  16. 16. Average height and average weight
  17. 17. Can’t distinct between reality and imagination
  18. 18. Constant feeling of being detached
  19. 19. Feels like she lacks control
  20. 20. The character dresses quite alternatively. Modelling a leopard print vest top, white shorts, and white suspender tights</li></li></ul><li>Played by Niamh Dunphy<br /><ul><li>Supporting character
  21. 21. Nothing is known about her
  22. 22. Suffers from the same symptoms as Melissa
  23. 23. Doesn’t reveal much about herself
  24. 24. Wears similar clothing to Melissa
  25. 25. Lumberjack shirt, grey band t-shirt, black skinny jeans and ankle boots </li></li></ul><li>
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  33. 33. Clutch – Fat Segal<br />BBB (Big Black Boots) – How to destroy angels<br />A place for parks - Mogwai<br />As a music technology student, I can use Logic Pro to create my own song. I plan to use the above songs as inspiration.<br />
  34. 34. midshot<br />Bird’s eye view<br />High angle<br />Long shot<br />closeup<br />midshot<br />
  35. 35. closeup<br />Long shot/over shoulder shot<br />midshot<br />Midshot/over shoulder shot<br />Low angle<br />Midshot/tracking shot<br />
  36. 36. Long shot<br />closeup<br />midshot<br />Over shoulder shot<br />Long shot<br />closeup<br />