Wednesday, 22 February 2012


What film company would distribute your film?
I think that the film company Working Title would distribute our film, due to their main genre originally being relationship comedies, and with fairly similar personality traits in their protagonists as in our opening, and with similar views on 'love'. Such as the ones found in 'Bridget Jones', 'Love Actually' and 'Notting Hill'. Also, due to their first major box office hit in 1994 being 'Four Weddings and a Funeral'.

What would the name of your Production Company be?

We have struggled to come up with a Production Company name that gives off the correct impression of the film type we would produce. As a rough, undecided idea we came up with the name 'GLITTER STORM' due to the more feminine reference with 'GLITTER', yet, paired with 'STORM' still creates a powerful and indirect air. If we choose to stick with this, we have planned to spell this out in glitter of some sort, but still uncertain.

What classification would your film be and why? 

I think our film would be classed a 12A from the BBFC, due to our intentions of having no sex, strong language or drug use. Although perhaps a 12 year old may not be able to relate and fully engage with the plot, the choice is still available to their parents, and they may thoroughly enjoy the more slapstick comedy moments. '500 Days of Summer' is also a 12A and i would agree that our opening fits in the same borderline and style, with occasional rather mature scenes, that children under the age of 12 may not appreciate.

Sunday, 12 February 2012


This is where our outside footage is being filmed:

Hopefully we will capture the sun through the trees for our establishing shot.


Both websites are reassuring, as the weather looks to hold out, and be suitable for our filming tomorrow. If the small amount of rain does occur we will shoot our inside footage then. As long as some sun is visible, in order to create the right effect.

Thursday, 9 February 2012


Due to the help of our questionnaires, there has been a common like, and recognition for the protagonists to be dressed 'cosy' and in big, unfitted winter clothes. They feel it helps with the quirky feel, and allows time for the personality, before image to be conveyed from the character, focusing mainly on the simple face too, creating an early relationship with the audience. These are some costume idea's i've been thinking of for Becca's character: