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  • VOD – Video on DemandThe process refers to standardised procedure. There are other distribution methods such as Straight to video and simultaneous release.
  • Viral marketing – can also include updates on production (I.E twitter, facebook)

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  • 1. DeaDThe Pitch
    Samantha Holder
    Sophie Bray
    Steven Teece
  • 2. What films inspired us
    The Constant Gardener
    • Concept
    • 3. Characters (The couple)
    Se7en
    • Crime scene photos
    Elephant
    - Camera-work style
  • 4. Who produced these films
    The Constant Gardener
    • Potboiler Productions
    • 5. Epsilon Motion Pictures
    • 6. Scion Films
    • 7. UK Film Council
    • 8. VierteBabelsberg Film
    Se7en
    • New Line Cinema
    Elephant
    • HBO Films
    • 9. Fine Line Features
    • 10. Meno Films
    • 11. Blue Relief Productions
    • 12. Fearmakers Studios
  • What was their budget
    The Constant Gardener
    - $25,000,000(£15,845,486)
    Se7en
    - $30,000,000 (£19,015,094)
    Elephant
    • $3,000,000 (£1,901,272.)
    These are all relatively low budget films.
  • 13. Who was their target audience
    Research generally shows that the most people who enjoy Thrillers are young adults (16-25)
    Therefore we can safely assume that this age group is the target audience for all three of our inspirational films.
  • 14. How did they distribute their film
    Films usually have a standardised distribution process: as shown:
  • 15. How were the films marketed
    Again, most films follow a standardised marketing procedure. This may include:
    Trailers – Found on internet and shown before a movie showing.
    Film Posters – usually shows the cast of the film with the title.
  • 16. How were the films marketed -continued-
    Standees – Paperboard life-size cut-outs of figures from the film
    Viral Marketing – trailers on movie-orientated websites
    Print – Adverts in magazine and newspapers
    Interviews – Actors, directors and producers may be interviewed
  • 17. Thank you for watching this presentation