Audience Survey – Genre conventions and audience expectations

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Audience survey – Titles and Credits:

Audience survey – Titles and Credits Melissa King

Creating the surveys:

Creating the surveys By using 5 paper copies, and 5 surveyed on ‘www.surveymonkey.com’, I could ask the target audience for our action adventure, post-modern film trailer. By asking a range of questions, we can gain knowledge on what the audiences want to see, and what they expect to see in a trailer. By doing the surveys, this makes it easier for us to engage the audience and ensure that they will enjoy the film, and the trailer.

Q1) What fonts and colours would you expect for a post-modern film trailer? (Tick all that applies):

Q1) What fonts and colours would you expect for a post-modern film trailer? (Tick all that applies)

Q2)   Where would you expect the title of a film to be in the trailer? :

Q2)   Where would you expect the title of a film to be in the trailer?

Q3) How many credits would you expect to see? :

Q3) How many credits would you expect to see?

Q4) Where would you expect the release date to be shown? :

Q4) Where would you expect the release date to be shown?

Q5) What style of credit do you prefer, and why? :

Q5) What style of credit do you prefer, and why?

Q6) What do you think the purpose of the credits are? :

Q6) What do you think the purpose of the credits are?

Q7) What style of title do you prefer, why? :

Q7) What style of title do you prefer, why?

Q8)   Does an effective and interesting title make you more inclined to watch the film? :

Q8)   Does an effective and interesting title make you more inclined to watch the film?

Q9) How long do you think titles should be on screen for? :

Q9) How long do you think titles should be on screen for?

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