"Giving something to the audience that allows them to have an emotional response would probably be the perfect title to me. I also believe in appropriatenesss vs. superfluousness. Some filmmakers choose to have simple titles for their films and they work."
I really enjoyed the 'Crit' of your opening title sequences today and I am thrilled at the standard of work being achieved. Brilliant! Thank you for such a pleasurable morning. I have been putting some stuff together for you to support you with refining your blogs; film productions and evaluating your projects. Whilst doing this, I found some super resources on Jim Carrey's film 'Number 23' and the design processes involved in the development of the titles. For those of you that need to make reference to more examples and would like to use some quotes on your blogs, here are some super sources which include interviews with director Joel Schumacher and title sequence designer Michelle Dougherty:
An awesome opening title sequence website:
I have posted the assessment criteria used in today's 'Crit' below with a link to a really excellent blog from Latymer School that I would like you to look at as an example of excellent evaluative practise. Ideally I would like you to produce individual evaluative write-ups on your blogs and then compliment this with either:
1. A group evaluative podcast
2. A group DVD commentary.
Can I suggest that you have a look at this girl's blog from Latymer School. Her evaluation is really excellent. Mature, conscientious, informed and thorough. Look and Learn!
Here is the assessment criteria/mark scheme and the questions which should direct your evaluative writing about the production process and your finished texts. PLEASE WRITE IN FULL SENTENCES USING APPROPRIATE ENGLISH, PUNCTUATION AND GRAMMAR.
A/S Media Foundation Production Assessment Criteria
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