• Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

Trailers Snatch trailer 1 (TV 2001) Overlapping dialogue on scenes showed - expresses narrative to audience.

Extracts from this document...


Trailers Snatch trailer 1 (TV 2001) * Overlapping dialogue on scenes showed - expresses narrative to audience. * Introduces characters with names next to them to get the audience involved. * Picture of characters shown through a projector. * Title shot: Snatch, at the beginning. * Shows website and release date in shots to give audience relevant information. Snatch trailer 2 (TV 2001) * Very quick shots. * First shots show guns and fights to attract audience. * 'From director Guy Ritchie' with black background to give audience necessary information. ...read more.


"feed 'em to the pigs" * There are two different soundtracks which change the mood of the trailer - starts with fast paced exciting music, finishes with deep 'bad' sounds. * Actor's names are typed to give info to the audience. * Trailer finishes with a comic scene to give audience a good feeling about the film. Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels 1 * Shows all info about the film producer and distributor. * Dialogue overlaps the information from above. * The soundtrack is quite chilled. ...read more.


* Comic shot at the end taken from film. Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels 2 * Shows all info about the film producer and distributor. * Have various quotes from magazines and film critics. * Title shot to show what film is being advertised. * Fast soundtrack. * Simple colour palette of yellow, black and white. Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels 3 * Very fast cuts to different shots. * Good editing techniques used to liven up the trailer (slow motion). * Multiple sound tracks to change mood of trailer. * Quick cuts of card game being played and stakes getting raised. * Dialogue taken from film overlaps shots. * Shots help continue narrative and show the audience the main plot. ...read more.

The above preview is unformatted text

This student written piece of work is one of many that can be found in our AS and A Level Plays section.

Found what you're looking for?

  • Start learning 29% faster today
  • 150,000+ documents available
  • Just £6.99 a month

Not the one? Search for your essay title...
  • Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

See related essaysSee related essays

Related AS and A Level Plays essays

  1. How Does the Film Trailer for A Knights Tale Engage its Audience?

    As the section has put down William and he is about to collapse, the ending shots support William and there are clips of people that he knows and he doesn't all supporting him before a battle, one example is of a girl sat at the side, she tells him that

  2. Compare and contrast 2 film trailers Analyzing their effectiveness - 'Free Willy' and 'Dead ...

    'Dead Again' uses close ups which emphasis the man coming out of the darkness, to show he is malicious, symbolized by the coming out of the darkness just as evil would. They also use close up views of newspapers from the past which shows that the future and past are interlocked.

  1. How is the trailer for Mission Impossible Two constructed to attract an audience?

    Section 3 is a very fast moving section, it is a completely different to the first two sections because it is made up of short clips that are cut very quickly and there are lots of action shots. The first two sections only feature Tom Cruise while the third section

  2. Discuss How You Would Direct Two Key Scenes in Whose Life Is It Anyway?

    The ensuing conversation would see Mrs. Boyle take a more interested approach and witness Ken more aware and less reserved (facially, his eyes would move a lot more and he would be a lot more active). At the end of it, Ken releases another joke to the audience, 'Are you my new treatment; get in'- referring to Dr.

  1. Analyse the effectiveness of the techniques and devices used in film trailers in persuading ...

    lot of the shots, has his name written boldly across one of the stills, and he is famous for his rolls as the terminator. It shows many exciting parts of the film, showing many explosions, lots of gunfire and a great deal of fighting.

  2. How do the trailers for fight club entice the audience to watch the film.

    This means that what they are doing is most probably not legal, and dangerous. This would entice more of a young masculine audience to watch it. While all this is going on the music has changed from the low roaring undertone to a quick modern beat.

  1. Gladiator Trailer

    This sometimes can draw the audience in if a popular and/or good looking actor/actress is starring in the film. Some times if a director or producer is more famous, his/her name instead. I am analysing the trailer' Gladiator'. I am looking at the camera shots/angles, colours, lighting, sound, plot, target audience and genre.

  2. Discuss the dramatic effects achieved and show how far and in what ways the ...

    ...and she's been there forever, and Mrs Bradford / is- Marlene. So you want a job with better prospects? As well as creating sympathy for Jeanine, this reveals to the audience that Marlene is perhaps impatient and slightly rude, but also that she is perhaps focused on obtaining as much

  • Over 160,000 pieces
    of student written work
  • Annotated by
    experienced teachers
  • Ideas and feedback to
    improve your own work