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Comparing magazines

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  • 1. Magazine name Film genres covered Commercial/popular or informative/artistic Target audience Focus on independent or blockbuster films Still in publication Sight and sound All A more reverent publication, which has credibility due to its publisher- the BFI “Filmmakers, students and cinephiles” Both Yes Little White Lies All An artistic and creative publication which focuses on the art of film rather than the commercial side Attracts a niche market of those studying/with a passion for independent film Independent Yes Total Film All Popular/ general film Any party interested in film Blockbuster Yes Premiere All Popular All interested in film Blockbuster No Empire All Populist All interested in film Blockbuster but sometimes ‘art films’ Yes

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