The Hunger Games
Production company
Colour Force, E1 Entertainment and Lionsgate Entertainment
Funded by

Distributed by
W...
Director
Francis Lawrence
Actors
Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth were the main (big name) actors
How...
The Kings Speech
Production company
See-Saw Films and UK Film Council
Funded by
Aegis Film Fund

Distributed by
Momentum P...
Director

Tom Hooper
Actors
Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush, Helena Bonham Carter

How many cinemas was it released at?

How wa...
For Those In Peril
Production company
• Warp X
• Warp Films
• British film production companies, based in
Sheffield. The company was founded ...
Funded by
• Film 4
• A British film production company owned by
Channel Four Television Corporation. The
company has been ...
Distributed by
•
•
•
•

Protagonist Pictures (World-wide) (all media)
Amstelfilm (Netherlands) (theatrical)
DistriB Films ...
Budget
• Just under £2,000,000
Box office gross
• £13,863.98 (domestic gross)
Director
• Paul Wright
Actors
•
•
•
•
•
•
•

George Mackay,
Kate Dickie,
Nichola Burley,
Michael Smiley,
Sharon Mackenzie,
Conor Mcarron,
Jordan ...
How many cinemas was it released at?
• 18 cinemas across the U.K.
How was it promoted?
• Low budget – shown at film festivals e.g.
Cannes film festival & Edinburgh.
Genre/style
• Drama
Was it successful? Why? Why not?
Nominated

Won

Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or
Producer
(BAFTA Awards...
Was it successful? Why? Why not?
• Won a good amount of awards and was
critically acclaimed however did not make
much mone...
Anna Karenina
Production company
• Working Title Films - a British film production
company, owned by Universal Studios.
• Studio Canal -...
Funded by
• Funded by Working Titles parent company
Universal.
Distributed by
• Universal Pictures (UK)
Focus Features (US)
Budget
• £31 million
Box office gross
• £ 41,231,517.37 (worldwide)
Director
• Joe Wright
Actors
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•

Keira Knightley,
Jude Law,
Aaron Johnson,
Kelly Macdonald,
Matthew Macfadyen,
Domhnall Gleeson...
How was it promoted?
• Because of their large budget they could
afford to use ‘above the line’ promotion such
as TV advert...
Genre/style
• romantic drama
Was it successful? Why? Why not?
Won
Best Costume Design
(Academy Awards)
Best Costume Design
(British Academy Film Awards...
Nominated
Best Original Score
Best Production Design
Best Cinematography
(Academy Awards)
Outstanding British Film
Best Ci...
• Won a lot of awards and had a good box office
gross but had mixed reviews from critics.
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  1. 1. The Hunger Games Production company Colour Force, E1 Entertainment and Lionsgate Entertainment Funded by Distributed by Was also distributed by Lionsgate along with 60 other companies including Belga Films Budget Had an estimated budget of $130,000,000 Box office gross $423,202,848
  2. 2. Director Francis Lawrence Actors Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth were the main (big name) actors How many cinemas was it released at? Shown in over 4000 cinemas/theatres How was it promoted? Because of their large budget they could afford to use ‘above the line’ promotion such as TV advertisement. They also had adverts on before nearly every other film on at cinemas. Genre/style Action, adventure and sci-fi Was it successful? Why? Why not? Very successful, made a large profit. Down to the big stars in the film and it being well
  3. 3. The Kings Speech Production company See-Saw Films and UK Film Council Funded by Aegis Film Fund Distributed by Momentum Pictures (United Kingdom) The Weinstein Company (United States) Budget £8000000 Box office gross $414,211,549
  4. 4. Director Tom Hooper Actors Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush, Helena Bonham Carter How many cinemas was it released at? How was it promoted? Because of their large budget they could afford to use ‘above the line’ promotion such as TV advertisement. They also had adverts on before nearly every other film on at cinemas. Genre/style Biography, Drama, History Was it successful? Why? Why not? Best Motion Picture of the Year
  5. 5. For Those In Peril
  6. 6. Production company • Warp X • Warp Films • British film production companies, based in Sheffield. The company was founded in 2005 and produces feature films.
  7. 7. Funded by • Film 4 • A British film production company owned by Channel Four Television Corporation. The company has been responsible for backing a large number of films made in the United Kingdom.
  8. 8. Distributed by • • • • Protagonist Pictures (World-wide) (all media) Amstelfilm (Netherlands) (theatrical) DistriB Films (France) (theatrical) Front Row Filmed Entertainment (United Arab Emirates) (all media) (Middle East, North Africa & Iran) • Madman Entertainment (Australia) (all media)
  9. 9. Budget • Just under £2,000,000
  10. 10. Box office gross • £13,863.98 (domestic gross)
  11. 11. Director • Paul Wright
  12. 12. Actors • • • • • • • George Mackay, Kate Dickie, Nichola Burley, Michael Smiley, Sharon Mackenzie, Conor Mcarron, Jordan Young
  13. 13. How many cinemas was it released at? • 18 cinemas across the U.K.
  14. 14. How was it promoted? • Low budget – shown at film festivals e.g. Cannes film festival & Edinburgh.
  15. 15. Genre/style • Drama
  16. 16. Was it successful? Why? Why not? Nominated Won Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer (BAFTA Awards) Best Actor/Actress – Film Best Feature Film (BAFTA Awards, Scotland) Best Director Best Writer (BAFTA Awards, Scotland) Douglas Hickox Award (British Independent Film Awards) Critics Week Grand Prize (Cannes Film Festival) Best Actor (Stockholm Film Festival) The Michael Powell Award for Best British Feature Film (Edinburgh International Film Festival) Young British Performer of the Year Breakthrough British Filmmaker (London Critics Circle Film Awards) Best Motion Picture (Sitges Catalonian International Film Festival) Best Film (Sydney Film Festival) Best Feature Film (São Paulo International Film Festival)
  17. 17. Was it successful? Why? Why not? • Won a good amount of awards and was critically acclaimed however did not make much money at the box office.
  18. 18. Anna Karenina
  19. 19. Production company • Working Title Films - a British film production company, owned by Universal Studios. • Studio Canal - a French based production and distribution company that owns the thirdlargest film library in the world. Owned by the Canal+ Group which is owned for the most part by Vivendi, and Universal Studios.
  20. 20. Funded by • Funded by Working Titles parent company Universal.
  21. 21. Distributed by • Universal Pictures (UK) Focus Features (US)
  22. 22. Budget • £31 million
  23. 23. Box office gross • £ 41,231,517.37 (worldwide)
  24. 24. Director • Joe Wright
  25. 25. Actors • • • • • • • • • • Keira Knightley, Jude Law, Aaron Johnson, Kelly Macdonald, Matthew Macfadyen, Domhnall Gleeson, Ruth Wilson, Alicia Vikander, Olivia Williams, Emily Watson
  26. 26. How was it promoted? • Because of their large budget they could afford to use ‘above the line’ promotion such as TV advertisement.
  27. 27. Genre/style • romantic drama
  28. 28. Was it successful? Why? Why not? Won Best Costume Design (Academy Awards) Best Costume Design (British Academy Film Awards) Best Art Direction Best Production Designer Best Costume Design (Critics' Choice Awards) Breakthrough Performer (Hamptons International Film Festival) Hollywood Film Award for Production Designer of the Year (Hollywood Film Festival) Best Costume Design (Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards)
  29. 29. Nominated Best Original Score Best Production Design Best Cinematography (Academy Awards) Outstanding British Film Best Cinematography Best Production Design Best Makeup and Hair Best Original Music (British Academy Film Awards) Best Actor Best Actress Best Screenwriter People's Choice Award (European Film Awards) Best Original Score (Golden Globe Award) Best Production Design (San Diego Film Critics Society Awards) Best Actress – Motion Picture Best Adapted Screenplay Best Art Direction and Production Design Best Cinematography Best Costume Design Best Original Score (Satellite Awards 2012)
  30. 30. • Won a lot of awards and had a good box office gross but had mixed reviews from critics.
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