Ancillary Task 2
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Codes and conventionsReview magazines
PhotoA common convention of film review magazines is to have a snapshot of the film involving one of more characters (that doesnt give away the plot) which takes up a third to a half of the total review space. This is done primarily to grab the viewers attention and draw them in when looking through the magazine. The picture is always situated at the top of the page.
TitleAnother convention is to have the film title on the picture itself in white text. We saw before white text was used in the posters as it stands out. The title may also help to aid drawing the viewer in as the title is normally intriguing.
Another convention is that within the block of text there is a quote. It is usually in a different colour and is interesting, therefore encourage the reader to read the whole article.
Another convention is to have the film title on the picture itself in white text. We saw before white text was used in the posters as
quote from article-usually different colourTop left thing?Box overlapping photoLines in text=breaking up?Star rating