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Discussion in 'Trailers' started by DeiMos, Nov 13, 2014.
A couple of quick thoughts....
Less or no credits... no one knows your "production company" or frankly (and this may sound harsh but it's true) nobody cares. They want to experience the story. I made the same mistake in my earliest student films. A film teacher used to tell me in school ages ago that there's nothing he can't stand more than production company credits in a student film. Also - the first 30 seconds of the trailer was credits.
I have no idea what the film is about. You need to have some sound ups and some "scene work". I felt no connection with the characters in the film. You need to hear their voice.. or something. I'd watch a bunch of trailers that are similar to the genre of your film and see how they are done.
I hope these comments are helpful.