TV & Movies, Media, and Authors
- Are you directing a motion picture or television program and need to know how to realistically represent dialogue and stage the forensic scientist actors, law enforcement actors, or forensic science equipment?
- Are you writing a novel or screenplay and need to make sure your forensic or law enforcement descriptions are plausible or need help integrating reality-based forensic science into your fictional story?
- Are you a reporter or commentator covering actual crimes in the media and need a forensic science expert to explain the evidence and provide opinions about forensic evidence in the cases?
Demonstrate to your producers, publishers, and the general public that you have done your research about the forensic science included in your story.
QFIS specializes in helping directors, screen writers, reporters and authors with their forensic science content to ensure that it is portrayed accurately while maintaining its entertainment value.
Media-entertainment influences the perceptions and choices of the general public. For example, the so-called "CSI Effect" affects the way jurors view forensic evidence, and the excitement of crime scene examinations depicted in television programs and movies can influence career choices of viewers.
It's your story. Make it believable. Make it real. If the forensic content of your story is not accurately portrayed, you could lose the respect of viewers, readers, and your peers. Give yourself the best chance for success when you use forensic science.
Whether you need assistance with scene lay-out, dialogue, staging actors, story review, content editing, or explanations and opinions on current events involving forensic science, trust QFIS to help you capture your audience with accurate information.
QFIS was seen at the 2009 New England Crime Bake conference for true crime and mystery writers and in advertisements in Imagine Magazine for the film, television and media industries.