Post- release, hopefully, a combination of good word of mouth and further advertising will combine to give the film ‘legs’. Evaluation question 1 In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products? The films were suffering because there was no real structure and the company was always virtually bankrupt. What can you say about the types of UK films on the lists? Conglomerate – Giant companies owing others.
How do they get funding? Who are they trying to target, and is this different to Hollywood, why? Saving Lincoln – uses social media to create fan base. Synergy – companies coming together to achieve an objective. Distribution – Classification also an issue before released. Participate in online social interaction.
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During the 7 month delay in its arrival on medi shores both DVD and Blu-Ray versions of the film came out in non-American markets, ensuring that U. Social Realism is what and why do we make films like this? Download ppt “Case Study.
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mediw Who is the Director, cast? Must also included about your own experiences of watching film. How do Working Title choose which films to make? It is this advance in the model that radically enhanced the production processes and values in Working Title films.
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What is British cinema? Piracy issues, unless fully covered in first case study. A rom-com that explores the relationships between a group of upper-class friends as they meet to celebrate and mourn. Is the British Film Industry more interested in creativity rather than profit, and target a studg audience as opposed to a mass audience? This was once relatively easy to answer, as the films they first made all seemed to address issues of what it is to be British or, more specifically, Englishand particularly what it meant to be an outsider — like the immigrants in My Beautiful Laundrette.
OR B Make broader, generic films with an international appeal? Marketing – publicity big 6 can do this in house, own TV shows, magazines, News Corp.
What is the marketing budget, does it have any money to market the film even? It also placed considerable pressure on the company to become the romantic-comedy-heritage-film company, a pressure it resisted, but did not reject, realizing that a popular film could help support a number medai productions with less potential for such success yet still stucy of being made.
Exchange – What other platforms can you watch the film and how soon after the film? What do you know about the audience patterns for the British Film Industry? Brainstorm a list of elements that you. Curtis was able to bring established contacts to an ensemble cast such as Rowan Atkinsonenhancing the potential connection with the home audience The film was a massive hit in the USA, in part because of the view ‘heritage Britain’ – a land of churches, old pubs and stately homes populated by ‘classy’ English people with obligatory bumbling fools sprinkled across the social landscape.
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