Film trailer Essays

  • Comparing Film Trailers of Mission Impossible Two and Gladiator

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    Comparing Film Trailers of Mission Impossible Two and Gladiator In the essay I will compare and analyse the two film trailers I have been studying, ‘Mission Impossible 2’ and ‘Gladiator’. I will analyse and compare the different techniques used. These techniques are; Use of characters, lighting and colour, camera shots and angles, sound and music and editing and framing. In doing this I will be able to show how effective each trailer is in attracting an audience. Film trailers are an important

  • Analyzing Film Trailers and Film Posters

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    Analyzing Film Trailers and Film Posters Film posters come in a wide range of styles. Most have appealing pictures or slogans that appeal to a particular audience and some just try to appeal to everyone. They all have something in common. Anchorage and eye catching devices, some even have alliteration. You can find them almost everywhere like cinemas, town centres, bus shelters, on the sides of busses, magazines and on the internet. They are all trying to do one thing, persuade you to spend

  • Film Trailer Portfolio

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    Film Trailer Portfolio When the task of creating a film trailer was first put to us, I had several ideas for the movie's context. The first was of a movie in the action genre that dealt with revenge, whilst the other two were in the horror genre. The horror genre appealed to me more, as a low budget film can still have the desired effect by use of different filming techniques, and I wanted to depend more on a psychological aspect. My first idea was to do a film about a poltergeist. I had

  • Comparing Two Film Trailers

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    Comparing Two Film Trailers The two film trailers I will be comparing are 'Free Willy' and 'Dead Again'. These two film trailers are totally different, 'Free Willy' is adventure/magical trailer whereas 'Dead Again' is horror/mystery trailer. The purpose of these two film trailers is to engage the audience's attention, to make them want to see the film and to leave them wondering what will happen next. In 'Free Willy' the target audience is young children; this encourages pester-power, which

  • Analysis Of The Film The Conjuring Trailer

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    In 2013, the horror film The Conjuring first aired. The director of this and many other horror films such as Insidious is the talented James Wan. The main characters in this trailer are Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga, two well-known individuals in the horror film industry. This trailer is intended for an older audience who likes to be scared. It's not suitable for young children. When watching The Conjuring trailer, one would notice many examples of pathos. These examples included the eerie music

  • The Trailer Of The James Bond Film Spectre

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    The trailer of the James Bond movie "Spectre" directed by Sam Mendes begins with the credits of MGM and Columbia studios, followed by the exposition of a destroyed town through an establishing shot. The conflict is first revealed, when James Bond looks over old files and a voice-over of a previously introduced character mentions a secret of Bond. The plot becomes more complex as a mysterious organization is shown and a series of action sequences follow in forms of car chases and shootings. Eventually

  • Analysis of the Use of Film Trailers and Film Posters

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    Analysis of the Use of Film Trailers and Film Posters Film posters come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes and colours. Some have appealing pictures on that target a particular age group, some are for a general audience, but they all use the same things on the poster. Anchorage, Alliteration and Eye catching devices. You can find them at a wide range of places, like at the cinema inside and out, or on big billboards, or even in town. But they all have one target in mind, to make you spend

  • The Differing Film Languages Used in the Two Trailers for Bend It Like Beckham

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    The Differing Film Languages Used in the Two Trailers for Bend It Like Beckham The purpose of a film trailer is to promote a film and to try and to portray the film genre and narrative to a certain audience to get them interested, and to encapsulate the film in a little over two minutes and hopefully indicate the unique selling point of the film. The trailer holds our attention because the images change really quickly and we must concentrate all the time or we may miss something. From the

  • The Effectiveness of the Techniques Used by the Film Makers in the Creation of the Trailers for the films Armageddon and Deep Impact

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    the Techniques Used by the Film Makers in the Creation of the Trailers for the films Armageddon and Deep Impact This is essay is about the deference in two movie trailers which are 'Deep Impact' and 'Armageddon' these are both science fiction/action films I will also be looking into the different types of sounds and music used and how this reflects the image. Both trailers are quite long but 'Deep Impact' is the shortest lasting around 30 - 45 seconds, the trailer gives away a lot of the plot

  • Essay Comparing Two Trailers For The Same Films

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    Two Trailers for the Same Films Compare two trailers for the same or opposite films, exploring the similarities and differences between them and their effects on an audience. I will be discussing the similarities and differences in the two film trailers. I will also discuss the effect they have on the audience by looking at lighting, images, music, actors, characters, special effects, editing/speed, dialogue and any other information given. The two trailers I will

  • Film Trailers for Shrek, High Heels and Low Lifes, and Knights Tale

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    Film trailers are produced in several forms, to influence the public to view the film, and to get a good profit before they sell the film. Film trailers are used to advertise new films on the television. In the trailers they use diverse camera angles, lighting, sound effects, music, slow motion/ fast forward. This will attract an audience to watch the film. I will be writing about 3 different trailers in this essay; ‘Shrek, High Heels and Low Lifes and a Knights Tale’. I will be discussing the

  • Analysis of James Bond Film Trailers

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    James Bond Film Trailers A trailer is made up of clips taken from a film. The selection of clips is cleverly edited together usually using computer generated effects. These trailers are then released

  • The Elk Hunt

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    camp trailer down to a nice wooded area about five miles before you get into town. The camp sight was about a quarter mile off of the highway. There were trees all around the camping spot; the only break in the trees was where the road came through. We set up our camp trailer the day before season started. We had set our alarm for four o'clock the next morning, and we went to bed early. I woke up the next morning due to the rays of sunlight coming through the windows of the camp trailer. This

  • The Hunting Camp

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    wake up feeling drenched with water. We had a new camp trailer that was big enough to fit five people. The trailer was white with a maroon stripe going down the side. It had a huge dining table that turned into a double bed. There was a bunk bed, which also has departments in for different storage. There was a hallway that lead to a king size bed where my parents slept. All of the sheets are grungy from all the dirt that was brought into the trailer. In the mornings, I could feel the moisture of the

  • The Fire Station

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    strange that an emergency vehicle appears broken down. On the end of the truck, a trailer is attached, which stows a six-wheeler. The truck and trailer, inconveniently, cuts access to the rest of the station. Along the wall, yellow firefighter uniforms hang beneath their wearer's name. An ash smell radiates from the fibers. There is a narrow passageway between the racks of protective clothing and the aft of the trailer. This serves as not only a hallway but also a fitting area. My uniform, technically

  • The Effectiveness of the Techniques Used in Film Trailers in Persuading Their Target Audiences

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    the Techniques Used in Film Trailers in Persuading Their Target Audiences Media is communication. The main purposes of media are to entertain and to inform. Television, newspapers/magazines, adverts and the internet are the most well known forms of media. Trailers are designed to advertise the film, giving a good impression in a small amount of time so that people will either go to see the film, or buy the film, hence making money for the people involved. The trailers chosen were 'Charlie's

  • How the Trailer for The World Is Not Enough Makes Viewers Want to Watch the Film

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    How the Trailer for The World Is Not Enough Makes Viewers Want to Watch the Film James Bond films have always been popular, but producers still need to draw in new viewers. They do this in a variety of ways but the trailers are always the most important. In this essay I will be analysing the key points that make a successful trailer. In this Bond film, James must battle against Renerd, a man who feel physical pain due to a bullet in his head, when he decides to sabotage the construction

  • charles Kuralt

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    10-Ninety Degrees North- In this Chapter Kuralt is asked by one of his bosses to follow along with a man by the name of Ralph Plaisted and many of his friends. Kuralt was asked to make a documentary on the polar expedition that these men were taking part in. Kuralt’s job as the reported was to stay in a little weather shack and take a plane back forth between the shack and the explorers. As they closer and closer to the North Pole the men we getting tired but something in Plaisted made every man

  • Personal Narrative: Fluffy Marshmallow

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    motivations for college, I quickly hopped out of bed and speed walked toward the kitchen. As soon as I got there, my three younger siblings were watching the teaser trailer for Big Hero 6, through my dad 's iPhone, intently with huge smiles on their face while my dad was chopping the vegetables. I squeezed between them and watched the trailer as this huge marshmallow walked across the screen, chasing a soccer ball, but kicked it instead. My whole face gleamed as a smile showed itself and I instantly knew

  • Livin' in the Trailerhood

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    I have lived in the same trailer park my whole life. As a result, I have had to deal with people treating me differently after they find out where I live. Many people jump to the conclusion that I am poor. Although at times, money has been tight I would never classify myself as poor. My family has always been able to provide for me. Other people assume that my family must be living off of welfare. I can also say that my family has never received welfare. Despite the fact that some people match those