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  1. 1. Content <br />The music video could be about a girl band who are school girls and are in a rock band.<br />Originality: the music video is going to original because it will have crazy colours in a rock video which has never been done before.<br />Creativity: we could use stop motion animation or we could use an animation soft ware to create some sort of series of clips which we could use in the music video.<br />
  2. 2. Theory <br />Andrew Goodwin: (narrative, performance, conceptual/ amplify, contradict, illustrate) in our music video we are going to use all narrative, conceptual and performance. Our video will amplify and illustrate the lyrics<br />Richard Dyer: (starpersona) we are going to give our band (actors) <br />Andrew Goodwin: (post-modernism) I was influenced by a j pop/rock band called scandal who play kind of soft rock and they have this look of school girls which I want to create. <br />
  3. 3. Genre <br />Song: the song which we have chosen is from a Canadian band called twirl and the name of the song is candy. The genre of the song is rock although it sounds a bit like country in the beginning of the song.<br />The genre of the video is going to be pop rock. Its pop because its going to have lots of bright colours from the song candy.<br />Rock<br />
  4. 4. Style and form<br />Our text will look like a pop rock with a bit of punk. Its going to have the bright colours which are associates with pop and costumes which will look like punk rock.<br />The similar text which I found was this j pop rock group called scandal they have the same audience as the video which we are making. There persona are these school girls who rock out every now and then.<br />Conventions: we will use the convention colours of rock which are black and reds. We are challenging the conventions by having a black female in the band.<br />
  5. 5. Audience <br />Primary audience: because it a girl band, shcool girls from age 15-19 might listen to it possibly younger. Who are interested in rock.<br />Secondary audience: if the music video had any sex appeal then possible boys around the same are who listen to rock.<br />Repeatability: the music video might have some sort of narrative which is has a complicated lay out which would make its audience watch it over and over again.<br />Intertextuality: the text will have intertextuality to Madonna's hard candy and people who listen to scandal. <br />
  6. 6. Representation <br />Genre: the genre of out song is rock. But in the beginning it sounds like country music.<br />Artist: two member band called Twirl. An independent band from Toronto Canada. <br />Huguette Arsenault - Vocals/Guitar/Flute/ Harmonica keyboards <br />Neal Busby - Drums/Guitar/Bass/Keyboards<br />We could have actors who could play the roll of the artists but instead of having two people we are going to have four. Vocalist, 2 guitarists, drummer. <br />
  7. 7. Starpersona<br />Starpersona: school girl with edgy rocky punky<br />

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