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My inspiration have lead to have many ideas of what to include and not include in my thriller in order for it to be successfully produced. Therefor my film is going to take a lot of editing but i think it will pay off with the final result. Wednesday, 26 November Individual storyboards - miss miller. The purpose for individual storyboards was to be able to portray how i think our thriller film should be made by the storyboards, therefor Bettie and Malu can see what my ideas are, and we can exchange story boards in order to come up with a group storyboard. Also each story board has a duration section to show how long each part last.

Overall the individual storyboards help plan each part that needs to be considered in order to make our film successful. Frames My first four frames is the opening to my thriller film. This mainly covers introducing the characters to the audience so that relationships can be built. For the very first frame there is no actors involved, just a long shot panning the setting to show that it is set in a forest. We choose to film in the forest as it is a typical thriller location, so the audience can identify from the beginning that this will be a thriller film.

I plan this shot to be done at around , hopefully it will be starting to get dark which will add to the eery effect of our film. The frames 2, 3 and 4 are to show the friendship between the characters, this is so the audience will not be able to suspect that they antagonist is part of the friends. Frame five begins with a high angle shot of the group this is to show the venerability of the group, we will have low key lighting from the time of day around 4 ish this shot is to show the character walking the dog, we don't want the audience to suspect anything suspicious as yet.

Frame 6 and 7 is myself throwing the stick for the dog, this is when the dog goes missing so the audience think the dog could be the victim. Frame 8 is myself panicking and shouting for the dog, this is so that audience can believe how devastated i am that i have lost my dog, making the narrative more believable. Frame Frame 9 carries on from 8, me panicking and running after where i had threw the stick for the dog. The camera being used here is going to be tracking me to show me searching for the dog, and will be a medium shot.

By frame 10 is when I ask for my friends help in order to find the dog, i ask everyone to split up into twos to search, during frames 11 and 12 the camera type used is going to be; shot reverse shot, this will help the audience follow conversation and build up the panic in the characters. These frames are when the shock part of our film is revealed. Frame 13 is when Bettie is revealed to the audience but not to me, this puts the audience on the edge of their seats as they don't know when i am going relies, therefor this adds suspense and tension because the audience know more than the characters.

Frame 14 is me screaming when i notice Betties eyes are all white, this is unconventional to a thriller film as it is usually a male antagonist, but i choose Bettie to be, in order to add more shock. Frame 15 is Maisy point of view sneaking up behind Bettie because she can not believe what she is seeing and is scared. Therefor this makes the audience nervous for Maisy and builds tension as the audience don't know if Bettie is going to get Maisy.

Frame 16 is Bettie turning round to notice Maisy standing there, this is to create shock as Maisy has been spotted and is now in danger. Frame 17 is a shot reverse shot from Bettie to Maisy showing the fear on Maisy's face, this is to highlight that Bettie is clearly they antagonist. Frame 18 is Maisy running from Bettie, but because we can see Bettie walking in the same frame as Maisy running, it gives an effect that there is no escape for Maisy. Frame 19 and 20 is the group trying to escape the forest i have planned to use high angle and point of view shots to highlight the feat of Bettie, and the speed the characters are running at.

Sunday, 23 November Planning credit - Miss Georgiou. Planning Credits. Planning Characters Characters are important in any film to carry out the narrative and give the audience a clearer understanding of the scenario. The planning of characters is to ensure that the people we use to act, will fit the roll of our characters, so the audience will be able to build a relationship with each and every character. Our target audience is target at our own age group therefor it should be easy for the audience to relate to a group of 16,17 year olds.

Malu is going to be filming to thriller sequences; there are six characters: Me, Bettie, Beck, Maisie, Stacey and Billy. Me and Bettie are the two main characters because Bettie is the antagonist, and I'm the victim. Kane Victim My role in the thriller sequences is to be the victim and be unaware that Bettie is the antagonist, this is unconventional to a thriller film as usually the male is the antagonist and the female is a victim, but we thought this would be better to increase the shock and surprise effect of our film. We targeted our film at our own age group this is because I'm 16 myself so the target audience will be of similar age, which will make it easier for them to build a relationship with me.

The beginning of the thriller film is going to consist of normal everyday things such as walking the dog and being with a group of friends. Therefor the audience can engage with the narrative as it is a everyday normal thing to do this is important as we want the audience to believe that this could be them, which will lead to a more on edge and tense audience. I am going to be acting as a normal sixteen year old boy with he's friends so that it will come more as a shock, when it is revealed that my own friend eats me.

Bettie Antagonist Bettie's role in the thriller film is to be the antagonist, we choose Bettie to be the antagonist because it is unexpected for a female to be the killer, so when it is revealed to the audience that she has eaten Kane it will be a huge shock. Bettie is acting as herself; a sixteen year old student. The audience is targeted at the same sort of age as us, so Bettie being herself we make it easy for the audience to relate to her.

The costume being used is going to be casual clothing, this is due to the fact that we are walking to dog, and the antagonist is unknown to the audience. Once the dog has gone missing and the group of friends split into pairs to find the dog, Bettie and Kane go together, this is when Bettie is going to put white contacts in her eyes to make it clear to the audience that she is the antagonist. We are going to ensure that the audience can see that I haven't noticed that she is an antagonist so that i look vulnerable and a possible victim. The rest of the characters are four friends of mine, Malus and Betties to build the numbers up of the group of friends.

As we need them for the scene when the everyone is looking for the missing dog. The reason we are including the extra four characters is to make them look like possible victims for Bettie. In conclusion the planning of characters is to ensure that they are conventional to the thriller genre, and obviously to keep the people in character. We have chosen our friends which we think will be good at acting as a normal teenagers to set the scene as a group of friends walking the dog. Wednesday, 19 November Sound planning. Sound planning. Sounds are important to create shock, surprise, suspence and tension. For example during the chase scene we may use high pitch upbeat sound to create suspence. The first sound my group planned was non diegetic sound.

Non diegetic sound is sound which is a sound that is invisible on the screen, this can be narrators commentary, sound effects and mood music. In relation to our film we are going ot include non diegetic sound when Bettie turns around after killing Kane. At this point a high screctching sound effect will be inputted to display that Bettie is the anatagonist and is looking for another victim. We choose this part of the film to use a non diegetic sound in order to show that Bettie is the killer and to highlight that she is a cannibal killer, which the audience should recognise as there will be a close up of Betties mouth covered in blood. The second sound my group planed was off screen sound. This is a sound that is part of a scene but orginating from a source outside of the visible frame.

This is going too be used when a Maisy walks up behind Bettie, you will hear the a tense music, the crunching of leaves on each footstep Maisy takes. This is going to be used to build tension as every footstep will become louder for bettie untill she relieses that someone is behind her. Off screen can be what is behind the camera so when it is a point of view shot, the off screen sound can be the noises behind a character. We have planned for Kane to scream when he Bettie kills me, so when the camera is with one of the groups walking around the forest, and the echo of the scream is heard, this will be off screen which will lead to the characters and audience questionning what has happened.

Thirdly the sound we planned to use is parallel sound. Parallel sound is the sound we hear usually goes hand in hand with the image on screen. Therefor an example of parallel sound that will be involved in our film is casual conversation throught out the film. This is parallel because it is what the audience expect, a young group of teenagers walking the dog are obvousily going to be talking amoungst themselves. Another example of parallel sound in our film will be the screaming of fear from the group of friends when they are trying to escape the forest.

Parallel sound is esential to keep the film as realistic as possible, as if there was no parallel sounds the audience would find it extremely difficult to follow the narrative of the film. Diegetic sound is which is vissible on screen for example voices of charactersm, sounds made by objects which would be the sound of a stick crashing into the pond when i throw one for the dog. On screen sound is very similar it is sound that the audience can see is happening from the images. The dog barking will be a key on screen sound so the audience recongnise that the dog is alive and well befor it goes missing, so the audience can see the dog Bella is full of energy and excited.

This will make the dissapperance of the dog more effective to the audience as they would have built up a relationship with the dog. In conclusion the different sound techniques will impact the audience in different ways, covering suspence, shock, surprised and tension. I think the audience will become more involved and intrested in the film if there are a range of different sound techniques. Therefor me, Bettie and Malu planning our techniques will give us more chance of createing a succesfull and intresting film.

Thursday, 13 November Mis en scene - planning. Mis en scene. The mis en scene is important in any thriller film to ensure that everything in the film is meant to be there. Planning the location, iconography, costumes and more are essential to produce a successful thriller film. If we did not plan the mis en scene the film would got completely wrong, it would be unprofessinal and boring.

Our thriller sequences is has been planned throughly to ensure that our genre is easily identified. In this post i am going to show how my group has planned to use: Character representation, setting and iconography, costume and make up. Lighting and colour Me, bettie and Malu decided to do the lighting low key and use dark colours, we choose to do this in order to give a dark and gloomy effect. As it is winter and it gets dark around 4 0 clock we have decided to film around this time in order to make it realistic to the thriller genre.

Keeping the light and colur dark, lets the audience clearly recongnise that the film is going be full of suspence and keep them on the edge of there seats. Setting and iconography Our location is set in the forest. A forest is expected as a convention of a thriller film, therefor making our film based in the forest will satisfy the target audience.

We thought the forest would be the perfect location because it is a huge open space making the characters look an easy target for an antagonist, overall making them very vulnerable. Also when we film this it is going to be quite dark early evening which give the dark and gloomy effect, this will put the audience on the edge of there seats as they are guessing what might be in the shadows. As the killing is a cannibal attack there was not much iconography to be used for the characters. A prop of ours will be the stick we throw for the dog. This is a traditional thing to do with a pet so the audience will be able to relate to the actions taking place. Costume and Make up As a group we planned for the characters to stay as casual as we could so the costume and make up is going to be minimal, just really for what u might expect teenagers to wear on a daily basis.

The only make up that will be used is the pretend blood on Bettie and Kane to make the killing looks realistic and professional. The reason we kept the costumes to casual to add to ensure the antagonist is unknown, this will help emphasis the shock factor when it is revealed that it is Bettie. Overall the only part of costume that is going to be used will be Betties contact lenses to make her eyes look all white, as she has to conduct an antagonist look after the audience know she has killed Kane. If the characters jump to a different postion during a clip this could make the audience dis-engange with the film, and lose intrest which could result in a unprofessinal thriller film.

Also the during our film the group of characters are going to split into three groups of two; therefor it is crucial that the three groups are shown cleary going different dirrections from each other. This has to be done to show to the audience that when Bettie kills Kane, the others are still out there and not every knows she is a cannibal. Overal the poistioning of characters helps the audience understand the narrative of the film. Also I have to show i am scared when i relise Bettie is about to kill me, to show to the audience Betties power as an atagonist. Having a female antagonist is unconventinal to a thriller film but at the same time is a good idea as it is unexpected and will lead to a bigger shock when the audience find out.

Overall expressing the body language and facial expressions are key to show how the characters are feeling, especially if they are frightened, which will reflect on the audience being scared for them. In conclusion the mis en scene is everything that needs to be planned and thought about befor create a thriller film. The facial expression and body language, the positioning of characters, the costume and make up, the lighting and colour and setting and iconography are all so important in constructing a succesful film. If i did not plan just one of these the film could go terribley wrong.

Therefor the mis en scene in a film is the grounding and bench mark of making a succesful thriller film. Wednesday, 12 November Cinematography planning. Cinematography Planning. Monday, 10 November Planning editing styles - miss georgiou. Planning editing styles. The editing styles we have planned to use are: slow editing. We thought these editing styles are going to be very useful to create shock, surprise, suspense and tension which will be key to making our film a thriller. Editing takes place after having the sequence filmed therefor when filming our thriller, we are going to work out at what stages we are going to fade or slow edit in order to get the right amount of footage for the editing to work.

Slow editing is going to be used during the scene that Maisy walks up behind Bettie after Bettie has just killed me. The reason we thought slow editing would benefit our film here; is to show maisy fear of bettie which will make the audience worried that maisy might get hurt if bettie turns round. Therefor the use of slow editing will build up the tension as the audience are unaware of what is about to happen and leaves the audience on the edge of there seats. Also because the slow editing is taking place when Maisy is walking, it helps the audience to create a relationship with Maisy because they understand that she is scared, which relates to the audience as they are scared for her. Shot reverse shot is going to be used during our thriller film to help the audience relate to the characters.

During normal conversation, shot reverse shot will help the audience to follow what is going on. Also it can help build the audience build a relationship with each character. The camera keep switching will outline the scenery this will lead to an eery and dark feeling to the film, as the scenery will consist of a forest in the late evening. Finally shot reverse shot can speed up a conversation, which will be used when it is found out that Bettie is a killer.

I think the editing will keep the film realistic and professional. Another technique that will be key for the scene that the characters are running away from Bettie is montage editing. Montage editing will show panic and fear of Bettie which will outline her role as they antagonist. Another reason why we are going to include montage editing is to increase the tenseness of the film so it builds up a bigger shock when it comes.

To include montage editing we are going to need to spend a lot of time changing the cameras position and angle, which could take a lot of time but will be effective when it all comes together, in keep the audience entertained and on the edge of their seats. In conclusion the all of these techniques will be very useful in create the four main features of a thriller: shock, surprise, suspense and tension. Also to ensure that our production is realistic and look like other thriller films that have previously been made.

The fade technique is going to be used at the end of the film to leave a cliff hanger. Editing is a major factor of making our production a normal film, to a outstanding film. The editing techniques will be done on final cut pro, at this stage it will be including the credits and bringing the clips together in the correct order. The mis-en-scene will be focusing on the position of characters as we need to show that the group split up into different directions. Finally the cinematography will be to include a range of camera angles, the most important shot will be a low angle shot of bettie to suggest that she may be dangerous.

The next part of the film is going to be me screaming in the background, because of bettie eating me, the other actors will panic and start to look for me and Bettie until they come across Bettie leaning over Kane after she has killed him. The sound that are going to be used, are a male screaming and grunting this is going to be used when I am being eaten. The editing style will be transmissions between shots of the different friends walking around the forest. The mis en scene will be focused on the make up of Bettie, which will be the fake blood around her mouth to show she has eaten me.

The main camera angle used is going to be a point of view when one of the actors walks upbehind bettie. The final stage of the film is when Bettie is identified as the antagonist and the whole group are running out of the forest, Bettie will constantly be in the background walking to suggest that they can not escape. One of the editing styles used will be fade when the film ends to leave a cliff hanger. The sounds will be very upbeat chase music to keep the audience in suspence. The mis en scene will be focusing on the low key light to show to characters cant see much into the forest, therefor leaveing a panic effect on the audience, and the cinematography will be the long and medium shots of the characters running out of the forest.

Overall i think we have a good narrative it is just gonna come down to weather the acting and filming is up to standard, in order to make our editing effective. For example the actors must show the same body language and fear as the sounds that are used at that time. Therefor we plan to use our storyboards to ensure we get all the acting done correctly and effectively. Wednesday, 10 December Risk Assessment. It is crucial that we consider all the risks that could happen so that we could try to avoid being involved in any risks.

To sustain a safe and precautioned filming environment, we have listed the possible risks that could happen such as: falling out of a tree, to prevent this hazard we have decided we are going to try and use a ladder to climb any trees. Filming Schedule - Miss Georgiou. Filming Schedule. Thursday, 4 December Research into target audience - Miss miller. Research into target audience. I carried out research to get a better understanding of my target audience befor we create the film, because it would give our group a berrer understanding of what the audience is looking for.

We gave out our questionnaire out to 40 people to get a general answer, in my group we made pie charts out of the results to show the majority the answers that people choose. I will use my results to construct my film. For example using the most popular answers to make a film the suits the majority of our target audience. We made pie charts showing to show the results of each question. The first question we asked was their age, we thought this would benefit us when setting a target audience and age certificate on the film. From our results you can see the majority is , so the film we be aimed towards either a 15 or 18 age certificate. Therefor focusing on what 16 and over answeres were to our questionnaire was vital.

By using their answers we could include aspects of a thriller sequences that they want to see in our production. Also because we are in this age bracket our ideas are going to more then likely be quite succesful in our production. Our second question, what gender are you, was important to see the majority of either female or male watching our thriller sequence.

This is because our pie chart tells us that mostly males will be viewing our production. The next question asked was what type of sub genre do you like, this question was used to identify the most popular sub genre, as most people like a sub genre in a thriller film to keep it intresting. As a result of our pie chart the most popular sub genre was sci fi. This may lead to our production including a sic fi sub genre.

The sixth question we asked was, what do you expect in a thriller film? The most popular answer to the question is death. Therefor my group plan to include a death, but we have been slightly unconventional as usually the antagonist is a male, but in our production the antagonist is going to be Bettie which will be unexpected, creating more shock and surprise which are vital conventions of a thriller film. The next question was, what type of music do you expect in a thriller film?

Therefor during our thriller film we will ensure we use eery music, this will probably be when the characters are entering the forest, so that the audience get an idea that the forest is dangerous for the characters. This will leave an effect on the audience by putting them in suspense and the reason the second highest answer was jumpy, is due to that is what the audience will expect next.

Our next question was what do you think a good narrative is for a thriller film? I think this is a typical narrative and is included in most thriller films. Therefor we will try to include it but with a twist. This is so that we ensure the audience can not guess who the antagonist is until the death is revealed. Bettie is not the average sychopha, she is very controlled and plans her killings therefor her friends do not notice that she is an antagonist. What weapons do you like to be used, was a question we included but i don't think will apply to our thriller film because bettie is a hannibal; which means she kills by eating people.

The most popular answer was knife. We may have one character who has a knife on him which could lead to the audience thinking he is the antagonist.

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