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  • 1. 20th Century Fox
    Ngoc Nguyen
    13A5
  • 2. Brief History
    The Fox Film Corporation was formed in 1915 by the leading man, William Fox who formed Fox Film Corporation by merging two companies he had established in 1913. (Greater New York Film Rental and Fox)
    This merging of a distribution company and a production company was an early example of vertical integration.
    Twentieth Century Pictures was an independent Hollywood motion picture production company created in 1933 by Joseph Schenck (the former president of United Artists)
  • 3. Logo
  • 4. Drama Films
    Black Swan (2010)
    Slumdog Millionaire (2008)
    Avatar (2009)
    Australia (2008)
    Little Miss Sunshine (2006)
    Master and commander: The far side of the world (2003)
    Walk the Line (2005)
  • 5. Most successful - Avatar
    Directed by James Cameron (bankable director)
    Domestic total gross worldwide was over £500million.
    They spent over £200million on the production – much of the cost went into developing new technology and special effects.
    Special cameras used includes:
    Virtual Camera System - a new way of directing motion-capture filmmaking.
    PACE Fusion 3-D
    Fusion Camera (dual-strip 3-D)
    CGI
  • 6. Unconventional and Conventional
    Unconventional:
    The fact that it is a made up island called “Pandora”.
    The technology could be described as too unrealistic because the technology was too advanced as it was a 12 year wait for the technology to develop.
    Conventional:
    Intense
    Emotion
  • 7. The future for Fox…
    They merged with Fox-West Coast Theatres.
    So the new company was officially called “The Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation.”
    They are now working on:
    Comedy genres such as “Monte Carlo” and “What’s your Number”

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