Essay on Example of Evaluation Analysis for Film Studies Gcse

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Through writing my pitch, I’ve learnt several things about the film industry. I’ve realised that a pitch is the very first thing we need to do before proceeding to any preproduction or production tasks and that the purpose of a pitch is to attract development finance to pay for the production of the film. Therefore, a pitch should be marketable and interesting. As pitching is commonly known as “selling the film”, there are several things I need to consider in my pitch so that it can attract the investors and they would green-light the project. Some of them include the names of actors and actresses to create star power, a brief plot synopsis, budgeting values, genre and the target audience. I’ve also included a similar film to give a…show more content…
The strapline “there’s more you need to know” creates a sense of mysterious and curiosity in the readers. The strapline is coloured in black colour and black signifies mysteriousness and seriousness. For the title, I’ve used the font ‘Minion Pro’ as it is more unisex yet not so common so that it would be more appealing to older audience unlike the font ‘Curlz MT’ used in many girly or teen magazines. Posters play a very important role in the film industry. Through the production work, which required me to design and create at least three posters featuring my film, I’ve learned that the posters are one of the things needed to make a film successful. This is because they promote the film before it is released and also when the film is shown in cinemas. Most importantly, a film needs a good promotion in order to be successful. There are three types of posters: lobby cards, teaser posters and character posters. Lobby cards are like posters but they are smaller and collectible. However, they are soon replaced by teaser posters and character posters. A teaser poster is an early promotional movie poster, containing only a basic image or design without revealing too much information such as the plot, theme, and characters. They are often used to create sense of suspense and hype in the audience. In contrast, the character poster features an individual character from the film and usually it contains the name of the actor/actress,

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