Sunday, 23 March 2014

Evaluation question 7

Evaluation question 6

Evaluation question 5

Our secondary base was fans of the comedy genre, which would love the last clip, which displays the title of the film. this is due to the fact that he pulls a hilarious face, which comes as a surprise to viewers, and would make comedy fans laugh very loudly. pub goers will also be attracted to this film, due to both the miss-en-scene in the pub setting, which will allow them to relate to the clips and also the crowd noise being that of a comedic tone will amuse pub-goers in particular.

Friday, 21 March 2014

Evaluation question 4

Evaluation question 3

What kind of media institution might distribute your media product and why?

As i have stated in a previous post, Warp-films would distribute my media product, due to their reputation of successfully distributing low budget films. Early in the year, i researched two films: Four Lions of warp films and Avengers Assemble. The disparity of these films are massive, with Avengers being a blockbuster and distributed worldwide to a large audience. this would cost a massive amount of cash, which we simply would not be able to gather. Therefore, we will `use warp films to distribute our film, and will keep the distribution to the UK exclusively. 

advertising is a large part of distribution, and we have researched various methods of low-budget film advertisements. one particular method of advertising that would be realistic for the budget in which we would be looking at might be advertising through youtube, sending to small snippets of the film in various accounts, then asking people to view it on related videos, such as highly viewed darts videos. This would attract at least a few percent of the total viewers of that video, which would act as a useful method of distribution. As well as this, posting the opening sequence on various public blogs could attract potential viewers and therefore help distribute my media product. Lastly, we could make use of leaflets advertising the product and hand them out in darting venues, giving a link to a website which contains the media product. independent film cinemas could also be an option when it comes to distribution.

if the film does well in box office, we could consider producing various numbers of DVD's and distribute them to places such as blockbusters and even places such as off-licences. 

Evaluation question 2