Tuesday, 1 May 2012

EVALUATION - How effective is the combination of your main product and ancillary task?

When producing my ancillary task I had to take into consider what my trailer would eventually look like in order for them to compare with each other. Because of this I had to make sure the make-up, costume and location looked exactly the same as it would in my horror trailer. Both of the tasks represent the horror genre therefore it is clear to understand what the genre is.
In reality, horror posters would be released before films therefore my ancillary task needs to be a device in which promotes my horror trailer. In order for my ancillary task to do this I made sure that it would compare with my eventual horror movie. It is vital that my horror movie is promoted to the target audience, therefore aspects of my tasks such as posters, magazine covers and the actual horror trailer play an extremely important part within my coursework production.
As well as relating to my moving image piece I feel my film magazine and horror poster both relate to each other. The title of the film is displayed throughout each of these tasks highlighting the continuity in my project. Many of the camera angles used in my horror trailer compare to some of the camera angles used within my ancillary tasks. For example, close up shots are used to connote emotion in my horror trailer and ancillary task. This represents continuity throughout all of my tasks, therefore combines my ancillary task with my moving image task.

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