How did you attract/address your audience

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

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My media product challenges forms and conventions of real media products especially in the thriller genre. Many movies such as The taken franchise give the plot away in the title which can be useful but I see it as otherwise. My media product title does not do this but intrigues the audience wanting them to know the reasoning why the media product is called this. My media product is called Lost time and is highly intriguing.

Further more the text which i have used instead of being violent and edgy like other thriller crime movies such as the movie 7, my text is calm and intellectual however with an also strong thrilling property about it. I find this sets the tone for the rest of the movie opening. Which makes it a highly effective tool.

Who would be the audience for your media product?

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Being a thriller the audiences age would be from 15 onwards this is because the majority of people who enjoy watching the thriller genre, can be mature enough to see the highly thrilling and shocking scenes. This information is supported by my target audience survey as 70% of the people who took my survey enjoyed watching thrillers (all except one participant was younger than 14) showing that older audiences enjoy watching thrillers. For instants the movie seven is targeted at an older audiences enabling them to grasp what is happening efficiently and be mature enough to handle in some cases very shocking scenes. This is similar to my movie opening even though no killing is seen at this moment the bodies post murder are seen which may disturb younger audiences. By having these post murder bodies it adds tension and a thrilling atmosphere.

Looking back at your preliminary task, what do you feel you have learnt in the progression from it to the full product?

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Looking back I found that I have improved in my editing skills and story line. I learnt a lot from the preliminary task, such as not to miss or cut out important parts of footage as otherwise the story would not make sense. Such as opening and closing doors. I have also learnt that different shots and distances can play a roll in how we see the actors emotions or lack of them in some cases. This is especially highlighted in the main villain in my media product where the lack of emotion is apparent and un nerving. I have done this to highlight that this is not his first murder and that he is experienced