FANDOM



We are going to produce a short video for marketing purposes for our campaign.

Idea 1

Happy Family day out(Lots of use of colour and stereotypical happy family environments.)

Contrast - DAY TURNS TO GREY with the mother being removed from the scene.Colours that represent sadness.

Presentation of Cervical Cancer Statistics

Idea 2

BLACK SCREEN

SHOCKING FACTS AGAINST THE SCREEN

SCARCE TACTICS

SHOCKING IMAGES

SHOCKING STATISTICS

Idea 3

Random Interviews Different questions to women about Cervical Cancer… I.e Did you know? Are you aware of the facts?

Record the reactions

STATISTICS

SLOGAN/CATCHPHRASE TO CREATE SHOCK VALUE

Idea 4

Woman saying her side of the story and how the vaccination had helped improve her life.

Positive reasons why to get the vaccination.

Raise awareness of the importance.

Encouragement

Final scene shows her life as it is now, career, family life, health, beauty and children all the things that women strive for. Implying that as a result of the vaccination she has been able to fulfil her dreams and continue to have a healthy lifestyle.

Idea 5

Different expressions of counting down - waiting - TIMER.TIME IS RUNNING OUT

SCARE TACTIC

CLOCKS TICKING

FLICKING OF PENCIL ON PAPER

CLICKING FOOT ON TABLE LEG

SLOGAN - WHY WAIT?IMPORTANCE OF VACCINATION ECT.

Idea 6

Woman being told that she has Cervical Cancer - then telling her parent and friends.

Show the negative

Shock Value

Deep, upsetting, emotional

Show the effect that it has on peoples livesGet the target audiences brains working and thinking.

Encouraging them to receive the vaccination.

Idea 7

Girl running in darkness, being chased by an imaginary figure.

Statistics flashing around

DOOR SLAM.

Sounds of heavy breathing/heart pounding

EXAMPLE SLOGAN - DON’T LET CERVICAL CANCER CHASE YOU… CHASE IT.

Idea 8

Video presentation / Windows Movie Maker

Pictures from our campaign

Different slogans/Signs with statistics.


This ideas were written and uploaded by Justin Cuthbertson

2.125.123.152 21:07, March 14, 2011 (UTC)