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Question 5

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S: Question 5 by Dani Lodge

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1: Finding location and actor. Showing/talking to the actor about how we want him to be/ how we want him to act. | Actor, Steve Kearns and director Dani Lodge talking at the location. | Showing actor script and shot list along with storyboards. So he could see exactly what we wanted. | The location we chose was isolated however very noisy because of the over head motorway. We thought this was a good location because of these reasons. When we came to film though, we had to make sure the actor was always warm and had enough clothes. Because of the above reasons we believe it attracted the audiences attention to ask questions.

2: The cameraman, Josh Williams, and director, Dani Lodge, deciding how it would be best to film.

3: Our location also had a series of rocks at the bottom of a drop. I think this added to the tension as they way we filmed it, you can't actually see what the actor is rolling down. I think the music that went above the opening helped a lot too. The music added tension which kept the audience interested.

4: Josh Williams - cameraman Checking the camera is in the correct position. | When filming, we used a lot of different filming techniques. including a tracking shot (pictured right) the tracking shot helps to engage the audience. They want to find out where he is going and why.

5: Dani Lodge showing the actor how to roll down the hill. | When showing the actor what to do, he came up with his own ideas. With him doing this, it got him more interested. This helped with the falling scene he got really into it. This meant that the fall was a lot better than planned. The fall helped engage the audience as you couldn't see where he was falling or what he was falling into. There are many questions as to why he would roll down this slope. Which also helps engage the audience's view.

6: Adding sound and voice over in final cut. | We did a voice over for the radio broadcast we filmed this then put it into final cut.

7: We then edited the voice over and wind recordings and put them into the opening

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  • Title: Question 5
  • How did you attract/address your audience?
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  • Published: about 7 years ago