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STUDENTS SHOULD ANALYSE THEY’RE TOP THREE CHOSEN TRAILERS, CHOOSING FROM DIFFERENT GENRES. EXPLAINING AND PRESENTING THE TRAILER ON WHY ITS EFFECTIVE AND HOW IT ENGAGES IT’S AUDIENCE. Trailer Analysis

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Page 1: Hannah harknesstrailer analysis

STUDENTS SHOULD ANALYSE THEY’RE TOP THREE CHOSEN TRAILERS,

CHOOSING FROM DIFFERENT GENRES. EXPLAINING AND PRESENTING THE

TRAILER ON WHY ITS EFFECTIVE AND HOW IT ENGAGES IT ’S AUDIENCE.

Trailer Analysis

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TRAILER Beginning with an introduction about the setting of 2154 and following the

life of the main character, whose titles of the main actors ‘Matt Damon’ and ‘Jodie Foster’ until nearer the end

Firstly starting the trailer with the main character’s sense of sarcasm and humour making it more personal response because his personality is revealed.

The music starts off tense with sharp dramatic music synced with the titles and shots, keeping up an upbeat mysterious rhythm to indicate action.

Reflecting the interactions the Main character (Matt Damon) has with the world, clearly showing how the world has changed making it easy for the audience to gain interest because of the comparisons to the present day.

Due to the audience not already having a connotation to the title ‘Elysium’ it presents and explains what it is instantly.

The fast tracked trailer reveals titles of the plot frequently so it’s easy to understand the visuals of the action.

Ending the trailer with jam-packed with fast tracked action scenes followed by the title of Elysium, the release date and the website

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TRAILER The trailer starts off with a uplifting tone, including happy soul music to uplift the

audience and mislead them to the type of genre it is. Then stops suddenly ends on the diegetic creep switching the genre type from happy to a tense/scary atmosphere.

After each shot type of the dramatic up building of terror each shot flashes black, interrupted by titles such as ‘ Based on a true story’ and ‘director of Saw’ anchoring and enticing the audience on the film.

To build dramatic tension and horror the diegetic movement in the house such as the creep of the door is emphasised to shock and engage the audience into the environment as its associated with a fear of the unknown keeping the audience gripping to their chair.

The font style in the titles is of a classic nature the two types of typefaces both being serif evoking the genre.

The colours within the trailer are of a dull hue and saturation setting the mellow tone mood reflecting the genre.

The trailer ends on a logo style for The Conjuring in a yellow typeface on a black background juxtaposing the genre as connotations of yellow are happiness. Alongside that is a cliché style doll chime presenting a type of cliff-hanger for the scary genre ending.

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TRAILER The genre type is instantly reflected as a comedy through the main

characters attitude and his best friend as the coach with a flag in his mouth evokes a sense of a jokey nature showing that he isn’t a professional not taking it seriously.

The main character is seemed to struggle on his runs throughout doing a series of activities to try and make him prepare for something, a sense of failure makes it easy for the audience to relate to.

The joyful non diegetic music is very jolly and enthusiastic uplifting the trailer and juxtaposes the main characters struggle making it humorous.

The trailer is effective as it builds momentum and enthusiasm at the start through the music style but only a snippet of the main characters journey is shown, leaving the audience on a cliff-hanger which makes it intriguing to see how his journey ends.

The teaser trailer of ‘Run fat boy run’ is presented at the end which anchors the journey which is seen throughout, being the last thing the audience sees making it more memorable to them.