Nowadays films represent a large part of the entertainment industry. People are
different, so they are consequently attracted to different films or various movie genres. Movie genres are related to the structure of stylistic and narrative elements that build the film form of the media. Examples include: drama, action, horror, comedy, science fiction, etc. The problem faced by directors is how and in what way the individual story is to be staged, with which technique to approximate, what color to use, where to record, how should camera move, which special effects to use and what kind of sound to add, etc.
The result of the master's thesis is to visualize and analyze the four parameters that appear purely in each film. They are: color correction, camera movement, special effects and music or sound. In the theoretical part, the possibilities of the set parameters were explored and the film genres that were crucial for the analysis of the research were presented. They are: action, drama, horror, comedy and science fiction. In the experimental part, it was studied how
these parameters affect the viewer's assessment and whether it is possible to determine the genre of the film based on just one parameter. The results are displayed in the form of charts. All three stages of production were also processed in experimental part: pre-production, production and
postproduction. It was found that a single parameter can not correctly determine the film genre. Similarly, the combination of color correction and camera movement is not enough. Only when at least three parameters were included, the results were good (for all videos over 60%). The hypothesis was also reversed, saying that music and sound should yield the best results from
all four parameters. The most successful parameter was a special effect, where for all videos results was exceeded 50%. However, hypotheses were confirmed that they say that from the technical and creative point of view the least complex is the choice of sound or music, and that most time is spent on producing special effects. The second hypothesis was confirmed by
measuring the manufacturing time for each parameter separately. Therefore, the production time is proportional to the quality of the finished product.