My next step was to fill in the grey box with suitable information. Therefore, I included the names of several people who contributed in some way to the project, including the cast members. I also created a brief summary of the synopsis of the show.
Wednesday, 20 December 2017
For this step, I looked at my original review draft and saw that it needed heavy improvement. This draft that you can see is a new and more detailed version of the review which has more emphasis on specific details and includes a suitable conclusion and summary.
Tuesday, 12 December 2017
As you can see, I have adjusted the layout of this page in a big way. The box containing the credits and synopsis has been decreased so that it covers the bottom of two columns rather than all three, leaving space for more content within the review itself.
I used the traditional 'Credits and Synopsis' section featured on each review page in 'Sight and Sound' and added it to the bottom area where I had left considerable room to place it. In this box, I will credit people who worked on the project such as the producer, the director of photography and the screenwriter. The director is not needed as they are listed at the top of the page underneath the title.
Monday, 11 December 2017
I wrote up my article for this step, while at the same time making sure I left enough space for the next feature at the bottom, which will take up a large amount of room. This article is a first draft and I will most likely make multiple changes to it during the creation of this page.
Sunday, 10 December 2017
As you can see, I have added a photo to the top of the article section. I have followed the tradition of existing magazines by taking a screenshot of a still from the show. Due to the size of the original image, I have placed it between two of the columns so it is not stretched too much.
Friday, 8 December 2017
For my third step, I filled in the top margin with important information pertaining to the mockumentary: the title of the mockumentary, the country it was produced in, its release year and the director. Putting the title in bold at the top of the page immediately attracts the attention of the reader who is possibly invested in this.