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  • 1. Films Blitz Attack on the block Inbetweeners Harry Potter We need to talk about Kevin Anuvahood Jane Eyre
  • 2. Actors/Actresses Colin Firth Keira Knightley Rob Pattinson Daniel Radcliffe Emily Blunt Jo Brand (horrid henry) Rowan Atkinson Orlando Bloom Simon Pegg
  • 3. Inventions 3D films became more widespread, allowing viewers to become more involved. Eg: Harry Potter
  • 4. The future 3d 4d iPad Downloading films – itunes, lovefilm etc
  • 5. Production Companies + Movie Studios Momentum Pictures (distributor)Pinewood StudiosFilm 4PathéSyncopyTo be a british film, the film has to contain a certain amount ofbritish features eg. Director, location, actors and storyline
  • 6. UK Film CouncilThe UKFC is faced with abolition and the public film-funding model will almostcertainly have to be redesigned “Many producers and directors are delighted that it’s finally been axed, wrote Taking Liberties producer/director Chris Atkins in the Times, claiming that the UKFC “represented the worst form of New Labour wastage”.The UKFC is an invention of the National Lottery era. It invested £67 million into79 features and £1.4 million into 49 short films. It also invested £95 million inthe three UK production franchises awarded to DNA, Pathé and the FilmConsortium in May 1997.The truth is that in 2010, over half of independent production companies areloss-making.“What has not happened in the last ten years is that we haven’t seen theemergence of commercially sustainable UK film production companies.”
  • 7. Boom time? Recession? The UK is in a recession, meaning the film industry is suffering.
  • 8. Target Audience Some films are aimed at British people others are aimed at international people. Kings Speech – British people because they’d be interested in the history and story behind it