Thursday, 31 March 2011


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

    • My thriller video challenges forms of real media products by not putting the titles in order, like how normal media products would put their titles. The thriller opening scene on have used the conventional way of listing their titles unlike ours.
    • The thriller opening on has used a black background for the start of their thriller opening scene; this is similar to our opening scene as we have done the same.   
    • Moreover, we have established the setting with our first visual shot of the place and area. This is what real media products do in their clip, so we have shown one of the conventional ways of opening a scene.
    • In the first two visual shot our media product has introduced the two main characters as what a real media product will do.
    • Moreover, in a real media product the viewer is given enough information about the film for the viewer to keep their interest in the film. We have also done this as we have given enough information on what has happened and who is involved to the viewer.
    • In addition, we have used intertextuality in our media product from ‘the Stepfather’, the scene of the actor in the kitchen eating his breakfast is the same as the stepfather of him being in the kitchen making his breakfast.

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