Monthly Archives: January 2011

Evaluative questions: 4, Who would be the audience for your media product?

In my post “Planning” I stated that “the violent, sexual, and drug related themes of the treatment, combined with the brutality of the 2 minute footage we intend to create, surmounts to us aiming to produce a film of an … Continue reading

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Evaluative questions: 3, What kind of media institution might distribute your media product and why?

Our film would be fully produced by a British production team on British location and so would probably be funded by the UK Film Council. The UK Film Council themselves are funded by the National Lottery but do not have the vast … Continue reading

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Evaluative questions: 2, How does your media product represent particular social groups?

Our 2 minute opening clip was intended to portray the holding room for a group of young male captives who were to be sold in the UK for labour, sexual, and other exploitative purposes. The captives are white ambiguous Europeans. Both actors in our … Continue reading

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Evaluative Questions: 1, In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products?

In the creation of our media product, our group had two main real media points of reference for the opening two minutes of films. – Harry Brown by Daniel Barber. – Hunger by Steve Mcqueen. Both these films held the … Continue reading

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Honey. The Final Cut.

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Editing diary

So we reached the post-production stage – editing. We imported our video files onto the iMac at school and put them onto Final Cut editing software. Our editing took us around 2 weeks and we worked things in this order: … Continue reading

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Shooting Diary

This is an example of the width of the garage we were shooting in: This is an example of the length of the garage (and where I stand is where the room ends):   This visual representations of the space … Continue reading

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