Case Studies
By Huda Haid
1. British Film: Cuban Fury
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Production company: Big talk productions
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• Distribution companies: Studiocanal (UK) & Entertainment One (USA)
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Shown in all movie theatres such as Vue, ODEON, Cineworld.
Weekend box office figure: £3,200,000
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2. US Film : Frozen
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Production company: Walt Disney Animation studios
Budget: $15,000,000,000
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Distribution companies: (UK &US) Walt Disney studios motion pictures.
Release date: 27th Novem...
Exhibition
• It is the 19th highest grossing film, 3rd highest grossing animated film and second highest

grossing 2013 an...
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Case studies.

  1. 1. Case Studies By Huda Haid
  2. 2. 1. British Film: Cuban Fury
  3. 3. Production • • • • • • • • • • Production company: Big talk productions Co-financed by STUDIOCANAL, Film4 and BFI Film Fund Cuban Fury is a 2014 romantic comedy starring Nick Frost, Rashida Jones and Chris O’Dowd Filmed in various locations across the UK such as the Victoria Albert Museum and Camden. Director: James Griffins Screen Writer: John Brown and the story was adapted from Nick Frost’s own idea. Cinematographer: Dick Pope Editor: Jonathan Armos and Chris Dickens Producers: Nirra Park and James Biddle. Film using a variety of visual and special effects
  4. 4. Distribution • Distribution companies: Studiocanal (UK) & Entertainment One (USA) • Release Date: (UK) 14th February 2014 (valentines day) & May 2014 (USA) • Included official soundtrack including a variety of songs that have already been released. • Promotional methods: 6th Feb 2014 official premier held in Leicester square & pages on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter. • Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFSP9iO71AE
  5. 5. Exhibition • • • • Shown in all movie theatres such as Vue, ODEON, Cineworld. Weekend box office figure: £3,200,000 BBFC classification: 15 – contains strong language and sexual references Due to being a romantic comedy is was described to be suitable to couples and younger audiences. • Reviews: “ Funny and infectiously-feel good .. A winner” Heat
  6. 6. 2. US Film : Frozen
  7. 7. Production • • • • • • • Production company: Walt Disney Animation studios Budget: $15,000,000,000 Directors: Chris Buck & Jennifer Lee Writer: Jennifer Lee who was inspired by the story of the Ice Queen Producer: Peter Del Vecho Filming: Animation inspired by real settings and a range of different locations. Cast: Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell & Jonathan Groff
  8. 8. Distribution • • • • • • • Distribution companies: (UK &US) Walt Disney studios motion pictures. Release date: 27th November 2013 Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TbQm5doF_Uc Video game released titled Frozen: Olaf ’s quest released in Nov 19th 2013 For Nintendo DS/ Nintendo 3DS Possible stage adaptions Home media: available for digital download on iTunes and Amazon Official soundtrack including all songs featured in the film Written by of Robert Lopez and Kristen AndersonLopez who had worked on Winner the pooh. • Promoted heavily in Disney theme parks across America. • Available on Blu-ray disc and DVD and bonus features will include the making of the film, deleted scenes and music videos etc.
  9. 9. Exhibition • It is the 19th highest grossing film, 3rd highest grossing animated film and second highest grossing 2013 and of all Walt Disney studio Productions behind only The Lion King film on Box Office • Opening weekend: $67,391,326 (USA) (29 November 2013) • BBFC classification: PG-Conatins mild threats but is suitable to family audiences. • Awards: Frozen was nominated for various awards and won a number of them, mostly for the Best Animated Feature category, and recognition for the song "Let It Go." The film was nominated for two golden Globes at the 71st Golden Globe Awards and won for Best Animated Feature, becoming the first Walt Disney Animation studios film to win at this category.[8] It also won the BAFTA Award for Best Animated Film at the British Academy Film Awards.

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