Presentation on theme: "Davis Carr RUSN 2046 November 28, 2011 DON’T JUDGE A MOVIE BY IT’S POSTER?"— Presentation transcript:
Davis Carr RUSN 2046 November 28, 2011 DON’T JUDGE A MOVIE BY IT’S POSTER?
CRITICAL ANALYSIS What are the main colors used in the poster? What do they connote? What symbols are used in the poster? Do you need audience foreknowledge to decode the symbols? What are the main figures/objects/background of the poster? Are they represented photographically, graphically, or illustratively? Are the messages in the poster primarily visual, verbal, or both? Who do you think is the intended audience for the poster? FOUND: http://www.mediaknowall.com/gcse/bbustermovies/movies.php?pageID=posters
CLOSELY WATCHED TRAINS English –speaking audience Focus on the protagonists Critical Acclaim Romance? Focus on the protagonist An image rather than a photograph Information: tag line, actors, director?