Watch as three friends embark on what would be considered a
night to remember… or maybe not. Sarah, Faye and Ellie wake
up one Sunday morning, a ferry, a field and a bedroom. Watch
this twist as a good looking male gets the better of Ellie as she
wakes up looking overseas- the worst hangover yet. She has to
learn from her friend’s (less than accurate) memory of what
happened the night before. She is told that she set out on her
own mission to retrieve her lottery ticket from the mysterious
Dutch exchange student…
In red ticket we want to include a photo montage throughout scenes that take place overseas
and Amsterdam. We aspire to display these past events (flashbacks) in this format; the same
way in which Run Lola Run does when each individual is talking about what happened from
their perspective- through the photo montage.
Here is a clip from Run Lola Run that display the Photo montage format.
Demographics and VAL’s
Target audience – Teens to young adults, both male and female.
Individuals that like films such as
‘21 and over’.
Although these examples are bigger scale (budget) features- the
content and narrative is still applicable/similar to the ones in our
own short- Red Ticket
Our audience would have the qualities and characteristics
of an aspirer
As our target audience is the age group of 1525’s- they will still prioritise (as do we) material
items such as what phones we have and what
social events we will be attending. For example
going out and getting ‘steak baked’ as this is
what teens do for fun. That is why our film will
appeal to our target audience.
We hope you will help us make sure Red Ticket
reaches YOUR computer screens!
It would be much appreciated if you could
complete the questionnaires you have in
front of you
Thank you for