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  1. 20th Century Fox Justin, Rhea and Ali
  2. Background Information The company was founded in 1904 in New York City by William Fox. They produced musicals from 1935 to the late 1960’s and their first film was ‘Poor little rich girl’ which was a musical. They are also famous for their TV shows such as Glee and Family Guy. The company is part of a conglomerate as two companies are combined, Fox Film Corporation and 20Th century Fox.
  3. Most Successful Films Their two most successful films are Star Wars and Avatar. This is because the production budget was significantly large and both these films include many visual effects.
  4. Audience It focuses on targeting older audiences, young adults and teenagers who are searching for entertainment. Most of their films appeal to a wide target audience and are generally appropriate for family audiences. How do they distribute and exhibit their films? They use methods such as mass advertising Their films are only displayed in the cinema and on dvd. The division sends the films to over 200 countries over the world, so they advertise on a large scale.
  5. Production Budget The production Budget for one of their most successful films, Avatar is $425,000,000, which suggests that they are a well established company who spend excessive amounts of money on their films in order to achieve quality products. Most of the money from this budget was spent on specialist technology and visual effects.
  6. Who is their main competition? Dream Works Universal pictures Walt Disney Paramount Pictures

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