1. The Motion Picture Company Business Overview
The purpose of The Motion Picture Company is to produce full length motion
picture films and original screenwriting for an audience to enjoy. Another important
feature of a motion picture company is to claim an active role and membership in
the film and entertainment industry.
The Motion Picture Company not only provides motion pictures and screenplays
as its signature products, but also suggests a unique and different way of
embracing the success of filmmaking outside of traditional Hollywood.
The Motion Picture Company’s target markets are its films’ audiences.
The presence of a film industry in Las Vegas, Nevada is almost inexistent with
only a few exceptions. Unfortunately this is the case at present times; however the
idea of a film industry with close ties to Hollywood located in Las Vegas, Nevada is
worth considering and should be encouraged during this decade.
The Motion Picture Company’s founder has a business license awarded to him by
The State of Nevada, and the company is identified as a motion picture company.
The Motion Picture Company has one very important competitive advantage,
location. Las Vegas, Nevada has a business community welcoming and nurturing
all forms of entertainment in it. In modern day America this fast growing and
successful community should have representation through motion pictures and
motion picture companies; and of course, the format of The Motion Picture
Company is demonstrating exactly this concept.
2. The film industry in Hollywood is an almost impossible mess for one to try and
figure out or analyze. On a daily basis Hollywood involves: much too much
confusion, material obsessions, unfriendly competition, and bad or unwanted
products that don’t sell well as a result; essentially burdensome Hollywood
industrial moviemaking is The Motion Picture Company’s sole competition.
Plan for Execution
The Motion Picture Company was created in The State of Nevada in November of
2011, not as a corporation but a small business.
The founder of The Motion Picture Company has directed a total of four films and
written one full length screenplay in collaboration with The Academy of Motion
Picture Arts and Sciences; notably, The Student Academy Awards Program
(‘California’ (2008); ‘California 2’ (2009); ‘California 3’ (2010); ‘California 4’ (2011))
and The Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting Competition (‘Company Man’ (2011);
‘Company Man’ (2012); and is currently writing the screenplay ‘The Art of Being
Bruce Seven.’ (*2013))
There are not any risks involved with The Motion Picture Company; essentially
the grounds on which the company is founded support The Motion Picture
Company in every way necessary.
The Motion Picture Company does not currently have a revenue plan.