Watauga County Documentary Analysis

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The audience for this film will be any person who is currently interested in trash, waste, recycling, or becoming sustainable. The lower age group for this film will be college aged students, as young as 18 years old; the upper bracket can be anything. There is no maximum age for wanting to collect knowledge.

Why will your audience want to watch your film?

The audience will want to watch our film because we will be presenting a topic that is current and needs to be addressed now. We will also be focusing a lot on the local aspect of this topic, so people in Watauga County will be interested to see how we can change around here to help solve the problem of trash and waste.

What is the subject of the documentary? What is it about? Who is it about?

The subject of this documentary will be trash, waste, recycling, and becoming
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Answer at least one of the questions from each numbered group below. Use several complete sentences. Explain any part of your answer that is not obvious to a reader that knows nothing about the subject. A reader should not need to answer any further questions.

Who is the audience for the film? Who will watchnal information?

The beginning of the film will be much like the doom I talked about earlier. We will show the problem of trash and waste, but we will explain that there is a way to fix it. The start of the film will be slightly depressing but it will turn around and come to a happier ending.

What happens in the middle of the film? How does the story build to a climax?

The middle of the film will be talking about recycling and sustainability techniques. What people around the world do to make less of an impact on the earth and how well those techniques work out. This will be the ray of hope we give people that we can change and we don’t have to fall into a waste wonderland.

What happens in the

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