Tuesday, 22 October 2013

This opening sequence of Game Of Thrones is excellent I think due to the different style of introducing an audience to a film, it doesn't give much away. The use of the map introduces the audience to the different locations that will be in the program. It is similar to the Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring opening title sequence. A bad thing about this is that although the use of the map and the pop up castles and villages is good it draws the attention too much for the audience and they don't look at the titles. The use of animation and editing is well done, the way the camera tracks around the map it flows very well. and the music really brings the audience the feel of the show. The titles of actors and anyone involved in the making are very small so audiences wont focus on this, and then we focus on the title of the film as it comes up on its own, so it is clear that the makers of the program thought this was most important.

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