Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Editing

Today, as a group we were putting together some off the footage we had on hand. Although it wasn't much we tried to play around and get used to Final Cut Pro as much as possible. Having experience from before, I knew what I was doing, which is why I was teaching Tolani how to edit. These included factors such as adding transitions on to the clips etc. Another factor that we discussed as a group today was the positioning of titles within the footage, in addition to what colour it should be. We had already decided the font we wanted so we went along with that. So far we've only got a 30 second footage with not much editing. Tomorrow I will go into the Mac room and edit as much as I can and get feedback from my class mates to make improvements on it.

Filming Day 6

Today me and Jack went over to the drama studio. Our cinematographer, Kallum & our director, Tolani couldn't make it. I took on the role as cinematographer while Jack played the part in the footage. The part of the filming session, I filmed Jack walking into the changing rooms which was a close up shot of Jacks feet. In the near future, Kallum will also film his brother doing the same thing to show transition of Jack through the years. As well as this, I filmed Jack taking his football kit out of the bag and taking out the new Tottenham kit as a result of him signing a new contract.

Release Date

Release Date

We have chosen the release date for our film to be Friday 14th of April because its is during the easter Holidays and therefore this will mean kids are off school so we hope that this will increase the gross overall and the gross during the opening weekend.

Director

Director
The director of our film is Frank Darabont. We chose this director because he has proven himself as a very successful director with directing films and series such as The Shawshank Redemption and The Walking Dead (2010-2011). His success in drama was vital  to us because that is the main genre of our film and some of his other works have been with films with small budgets. His success with films and series with different sub genres also attracted us to use him because it proves that he is not limited in one sub genre and is flexible.

Budget

Budget

The budget for our film is £3,500,000. We believe that it is suitable amount in order to make a successful film and our target in the opening weekend is £1,500,000 and we hope the final total gross to be £4,000,000-£4,500,000. We hope our multiple production companies will market our film successfully as well as organizing for our film to feature in at least two film festivals, which would hopefully lead to a positive critic reception and nominations for awards

Audience Profile

Audience Profile

As a football film, the target audience of the movie will be young male teenagers. The main reason being that most teenagers play football and always dream of becoming a footballer. Teenagers will be the primary audience as well as football fans. I would argue that the secondary audience of our film will be young adults. This is because the films' sub genre is drama, so they will take the film a bit more seriously compared to young teenagers who would mainly attend to the film because of its sports genre. I also believe that the secondary audience of this film would be young adults because some of the issues in the film could be similar to the things those people are currently going through/have gone through and thy cn relate to the character in the film.

Cast

Cast

Jack(Protagonist) - Tom Holland
Young JACK - Jacob Trembley
Selena (love interest) - Candice Patron
Mr Jackson ( Jacks P.E teacher) - Alan Shearer
Jeremy (Bully 1) - Miles teller
Kaan ( Bully 2) - Uraz Kaygilaroglu
Director/Producer - Frank Darabont (Tolani)
Costumes/ Make-up - Lindsey Pugh and June Brickman (Jack)
Editor - James Haygood (Kaan)
Music Advisor - Jason Alexander (Kallum)
Graphics Editor - David Carson (Kaan)