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The Weinstein Company
 Mini-major film studio
 American
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The UK Film Council
Molinare
The Weinstein Company
Aegis
Prescience
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Momentum Pictures
 Independent film distributor
 British
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$15,000,000 (£9,004,101)
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$414,211,549 (£248,521,164)
The leading film of 2010 was Toy Story 3,
with $1,063,171,911 (£637,855,517)
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Tom Hooper
 The King’s Speech won him an Oscar for Best

Achievement in Directing
 Past films include...
▪ Les Miséra...
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Colin Firth as King George VI
 The King’s Speech won him an Oscar for Best

Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
...
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Helena Bonham Carter as Queen Elizabeth
 The King’s Speech got her an Oscar nomination for Best

Performance by an Act...
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Released in 2584 theatres worldwide
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Was entered into several film festivals
 Hamptons International Film Festival
 Palm Springs International Film Festiv...
They focus on the
big stars that feature
in the film
 Extremely positive
critic reviews
 Heavy emphasis on
British theme...
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Biography
Drama
History
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Rotten Tomatoes
 94% from critic reviews
 Average rating of 8.6/10 from ratings
 92% from audience feedback
 Averag...
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#199 in IMDB’s Top 250 list
Won 4 Oscars
 Best Motion Picture of the Year
 Best Performance by an Actor in a Leadin...
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Ranked 18th in top grossing list of 2010
Toy Story 3 ranks 1st with $1,063,171,911
(£637,855,517), a difference of $6...
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The King's Speech Case Study

  1. 1.  The Weinstein Company  Mini-major film studio  American
  2. 2.      The UK Film Council Molinare The Weinstein Company Aegis Prescience
  3. 3.  Momentum Pictures  Independent film distributor  British
  4. 4.  $15,000,000 (£9,004,101)
  5. 5.   $414,211,549 (£248,521,164) The leading film of 2010 was Toy Story 3, with $1,063,171,911 (£637,855,517)
  6. 6.  Tom Hooper  The King’s Speech won him an Oscar for Best Achievement in Directing  Past films include... ▪ Les Misérables ▪ The Damned United ▪ Longford
  7. 7.  Colin Firth as King George VI  The King’s Speech won him an Oscar for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role  Past films include... ▪ Love Actually ▪ A Single Man ▪ Girl with a Pearl Earring
  8. 8.  Helena Bonham Carter as Queen Elizabeth  The King’s Speech got her an Oscar nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role  Past films include... ▪ Fight Club ▪ Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street ▪ Alice in Wonderland  Geoffrey Rush as Lionel Logue  The King’s Speech got him an Oscar nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role  Past films include... ▪ Shakespeare in Love ▪ The Pirates of the Caribbean series
  9. 9.  Released in 2584 theatres worldwide
  10. 10.  Was entered into several film festivals  Hamptons International Film Festival  Palm Springs International Film Festival  Robert Festival  Santa Barbara International Film Festival  Toronto International Film Festival
  11. 11. They focus on the big stars that feature in the film  Extremely positive critic reviews  Heavy emphasis on British themes 
  12. 12.    Biography Drama History
  13. 13.  Rotten Tomatoes  94% from critic reviews  Average rating of 8.6/10 from ratings  92% from audience feedback  Average rating of 4.3/5 from ratings  Metacritic  Metascore of 88/100 based on 41 critics  User score of 8.3/10 based on 591 ratings
  14. 14.   #199 in IMDB’s Top 250 list Won 4 Oscars  Best Motion Picture of the Year  Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role  Best Achievement in Directing  Best Writing, Original Screenplay  Won 90 awards in total, nominated for 104 others
  15. 15.   Ranked 18th in top grossing list of 2010 Toy Story 3 ranks 1st with $1,063,171,911 (£637,855,517), a difference of $648,960,362 (£389,342,987) which is over double what The King’s Speech made
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