Starting with an overview of whats expected
More coming below, plus anything new on TV Drama/Representation
WT TV AND CONVERGENCE
PAUL AVATAR CORNETTO TRILOGY audience, marketing, distribution, digitisation
I'll split this up later, but will gather resources on this below for now.
THE KEY TERMS FROM THE 'PROMPT' QUESTIONS
SOME EXAMPLES: THE CORNETTO TRILOGY AND PAUL
MarketingMagazine - agency looks for product placement brands:
Exposure has been set the task of creating awareness below and above the line. Producers Working Title and Universal Pictures are now looking for partners for the movie."The film is a British take on an American cop movie and we are looking for brands that are British and are aimed at the 16- to 24-year-old male market," said Annie Kearney, senior account manager, Exposure. "Snack foods, FMCGs and entertainment brands including Heinz and Blockbusters have the right profile that we are looking for. We want brands that embody the irreverence of the film," she added.MovieViral.com - releasing interactive Shaun screenplay to market World's End: There are several posts linked through here; another flags up director Wright's use of UGC: 'Wright posted a link to a video that includes scenes from all three of his films on his twitter account today. Youtuber Joel Walden mashed up the different scenes from Wright’s movies into one 2:19 minute video. Hit the jump to see it. [Read more…]'
OfficeNews - drinks to view Cornetto flicks with...: Something a bit different, a site flagging up the growth of DVD rentals within existing shops (off-licenses, mini-markets etc) as a replacement for the gradually dying video rental store, and suggesting drinks accompaniments for a range of films:
Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright’s Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World’s End may be more associated with Cornettos than alcohol, but they’re all about beer and pubs. We recommend lager with Shaun of the Dead and bitter with The World’s End, with a cranberry juice in between for Hot Fuzz’s abstemious hero, Nick Angel.
From the Beauchamp College blog, some useful recent clips for practice on sexuality, age and disability, plus the prezi below which unpicks the common stereotypes (and countertypes) of disability: