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How did I attract/address my audience?
Transcript of How did I attract/address my audience?
Firstly, the primary audience will identify role models, these will be the character that will be most similar to the audience themselves. As they will be more than likely in a group this will speak a discussion about the film, characters and possible answers to there subconscious questions. They will also escape reality and find them selves in the shoes of there role models this will make them attached to the film.
Whereas the horror lovers will be trying to work out the killers motives and answer the questions; as they are older they will probably not make role models and form a connection with a character, However they will be entertained. How does it appeal to the target audience? It appeals to my primary audience of 15-19 year old teenagers. This is because it contains a lot of action this will appeal greatly to the target audience. I contains some gruesome scenes especially the murder scene this will keep the audience 'hooked' as they are left with a cliff hanger as they want to know 'why was he murdered', etc. Additionally having the characters the same age as the target audience will also help the audience identify them and therefore fall into to the escapism of the narrative of the film. Hopefully they envisage themselves as one of the characters. The film also contains lots of horror and suspense this is produced by the awkward high and low angle shots that keep the audience interested. For example, when the guys enter the house. Furthermore the point-of-view shot of Gus looking out of the window and sees Malcolm. This make the audience feel vulnerable; thus keeping them in the realism of the film. We used sound to create tension as they get out of the car this makes the audience feel terror-stricken and on the look out as they themselves feel in danger. As the music crescendo's when they up to the reaction of seeing Malcolm. As the audience will more than likely be watching in groups they will feel as if it is them following through then narrative. They will also be trying to work out the film.