Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Answer the question below with detailed reference to specific examples from the extract only.

Extract: Doc Martin.

Discuss the ways in which the extract constructs the representation of regional identity using the following:

• Camera shots, angles, movement , composition
• Editing
• Sound
• Mise en scene



video

Thursday, 29 March 2012

Answer the question below with detailed reference to specific examples from the extract only.

Extract: The Street

1. Discuss the ways in which the extract constructs the representation of disability/ability using the following:
• Camera shots, angles, movement , composition
• Editing
• Sound
• Mise en scene


video

Tuesday, 6 March 2012

What Should I Have On My Blog - Final

What should I have on my blog so far Log onto your blog and ensure the following are up to date:

1. Group Film Idea
2. Film opening analysis
3. Codes and conventions of film openings
4. Genre Research Task
5. Mood Board with explanation of the key concepts.
6. Treatment Draft
7. Audience Research Task
8. Questionnaire
9. Questionnaire Results Analysis (Graphs and comments)
10. Narrative Research Task
11. Final Cut - Blue Screen
12. Final Decisions - costumes, props, sound, lighting
13. PRELIMINARY
14. Developed Treatment
15. Storyboards
16. Animatic
17. PRODUCTION SCHEDULE
18. SHOOTING DIARY
19. FINISHED PRODUCTION – First Cut
20. FINISHED PRODUCTION – Final Cut
21. AUDIENCE FEEDBACK
22. EVALUATION – Written
23. EVALUATION – Filmed

Go over all your posts so far and check they are at AS standard. This includes:

Explanation (PEES)
Supported with Images/Videos
Support with links to other websites as evidence of research
References are included

References

Bibliography
Author/Year/Title
James, A (2005) A History of film form

Websites
www.filmform.com – accessed 10/09/2010

Filmography
Year/Film/Director1979 - Star Wars (George Lucas)

Friday, 2 March 2012

Remaining Targets

1) Evaluation Written
2) Audience Feedback Video
3) Evaluation Video

Wednesday, 8 February 2012

Evaluation

For the evaluation you will reflect upon the creative process and your experience of it. Your evaluation must be done electronically and may be done individually or collectively. Possibly formats are:

• A podcast
• DVD extras
• A blog
• A PowerPoint
• Scribd (www.scribd.com)

You should not simply produce a written essay and the potential of the format chosen should be exploited through images, audio, videos and links to other websites and online resources.

In your evaluation the following questions must be answered:

• In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products?
• How does your media product present particular social groups?
• What kind of media institution might distribute your media product and why?
• Who would be the audience for your product?
• How did you attract/address your audience?
• What have you learnt about technologies from the process of constructing this product?
• Looking back at your preliminary task, what do you feel you have learnt in the progression from it to the full product?

Tuesday, 3 January 2012

What should I have on my blog so far Log onto your blog and ensure the following are up to date:

1. Group Film Idea

2. Film opening analysis

3. Codes and conventions of film openings

4. Genre Research Task

5. Mood Board with explanation of the key concepts.

6. Treatment Draft

7. Audience Research Task

8. Questionnaire

9. Questionnaire Results Analysis (Graphs and comments)

10. Narrative Research Task

11. Final Cut - Blue Screen

12. Final Decisions - costumes, props, sound, lighting

13. Developed Treatment

14. Storyboards

15. Animatic

Go over all your posts so far and check they are at AS standard. This includes:

Explanation (PEES)
Supported with Images/Videos
Support with links to other websites as evidence of research
References are included

References

Bibliography
Author/Year/Title
James, A (2005) A History of film form

Websites
www.filmform.com – accessed 10/09/2010

Filmography
Year/Film/Director1979 - Star Wars (George Lucas)