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  • 20th Century Fox
    SanjidahRahman
  • History
    20th Century Fox was formed in 1915 by William Fox who formed Fox Film Corporation by merging two companies he had established in 1913, Greater New York Film Rental, a distribution firm and Fox Office Attractions Company, a production company.
    This merging of a distribution company and a production company was an early example of vertical integration.
  • Popular Drama Films
    Black Swan over £200 million
    Slum Dog Millionaire over £200 million
    Avatar over £500 million
    Australia over £100 million worldwide
    Little Miss Sunshine over £60 million
    Walk The Line over £100 million
    Master And Commander – The Far Side Of The World. over £100 million
  • Most Successful - Avatar
    Directed by James Cameron
    Domestic total gross worldwide was over £500 million
    Over £200 million was spent on production - Cost went on developing new technology and special effects
    Special cameras – virtual camera system - a new way of directing motion capture filmmaking
    PACE fusion 3D
    Computer-generated imagery
  • Unconventional And Conventional
    Conventional
    Unconventional
    Tension
    Relationship Between Characters
    Intense Emotion
    Audience Relating to the Characters
    Set in a made up place: ‘Pandora’
    Technology used was unrealistic, as it was too advanced.