Part One- What brief were you are working to?
It was to create a title sequence for a film, in which we choose our own genre and for it to last 90 seconds.
Our title sequence is about gangsters, and an investigator trying to put all of the gangsters in prison. Our title sequence begins with an investigator that is re-opening an old case, that was never solved. We then see our suspect walking around run down areas and going to his warehouse, picking up drugs and counting mass amounts of money. The investigator then takes pictures of the suspect selling drugs and then the investigator is shown uploading them to his computer watching them as proof.
Our chosen genre is crime and our sub-genre is a crime-thriller. This is because within our film their will be explicit fight scenes with extreme violence. This is shown within our title sequence as their are elements of suspense as for the investigator stalking the suspect. Their is a feeling of danger within the opening credits when we see the suspect within the meat packing warehouse and this is what creates our sub-genre. As their is no underlining scene that makes you scared, but you feel rather insecure of what will happen to these two characters and this is what creates the thrilling aspect to our title sequence.