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  • 1. + Working Title Films By Kerry, Ceren, Nicole and Rebecca
  • 2. + A Brief History of the Studio… Founded in 1983 Founders: Tim Bevan and Sarah Radclyffe President: Liza Chasin Current co-owners: Eric Fellner and Tim Bevan Based in London but also have residence in L.A and Ireland
  • 3. + Industry Hierarchy  Examples of films produced:  Billy Elliot (2000)  Love Actually (2003)  Shaun of the Dead (2004)  Atonement (2007)  Bridget Jones: Edge of Reason (2008)  Burn After Reading (2008)  The Boat That Rocked (2009)  Tinker Tailor Solider Spy (2011)  Anna Karenina (2012)  Les Miserables (2012)
  • 4. + Box Office Revenues Most successful film: Les MiserablesThe budget for Les Mis was $61 milliondue to the high profile cast (AnneHathaway, Russell Crowe and HughJackman) and Academy Award winningdirector (Tom Hooper). It has so fargrossed an income of $131 571 625Previously the budget for Working Titlefilms was a lot smaller however after thesuccess of British films such as BridgetJones: The Edge of Reason ($40 226 215),it was able to branch out to America notjust with Les Miserables but alsoprevious films such as Burn AfterReading ($60, 355 347) and Tinker TailorSoldier Spy ($24, 149, 393).
  • 5. + Relationships with filmmakers/producers  Richard Curtis has collaborated with WT on Bridget Jones’ Diary, Notting Hill, Love Actually and The Boat That Rocked.  Stephen Daldry collaborated with WT on Billy Elliot, a film which successes allowed WT to branch out to American films.

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