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Casestudy: Warp Films; '71

My casestudy for A-level Media for Warp Films on the movie '71, Starring Jack O'Connell, directed by Yann DeMange

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Casestudy: Warp Films; '71

  1. 1. WARP FILMS Alivia Osborn 12RA
  2. 2. Warp Films ■ Independent film and television production company ■ Based in Sheffield, United Kingdom ■ Established by Rob Mitchell and Steve Becket in 2001
  3. 3. The Films ■ Debuted feature: “Dead Man’s Shoes” (directed by Shane Meadows) ■ It was shot in 22 days and had a very tight budget (£695,393) ■ Breakout success with Shane Meadows’This Is England ■ Best film at British Independent Film Awards ■ Special Jury Prize at the Rome Film Festival ■ Best British Film at the BAFTAS
  4. 4. ’71 ■ $8.1 million Budget ■ Funded by y ScreenYorkshire through theirYorkshire Content Fund. ■ Creative England’s Film Friendly Partnership members Sheffield City Council and Leeds City Council also supported the production during filming inYorkshire. ■ Starring: Jack O’Connell (Skins), Killian Scott (GoodVibrations), Sean Harris (Prometheus) Martin McCann (Clash of theTitans) and Charlie Murphy (Misfits)
  5. 5. Production: ‘71 ■ Directed by: Yann Demange ■ Produced by: Angus Lamont and Robin Gutch ■ Written by: Gregory Burke ■ Cinematography: Tat Radcliffe ■ Editing: ChrisWyatt ■ Production companies: Crab Apple Films Warp Films Film4 BFI Film Fund ScreenYorkshire Creative Scotland
  6. 6. Production:Technical Side ■ The cameras used to shoot ‘71 included was a Arri Alexa and Arriflex 416 , with the lenses, HawkV-LiteVintage '74 Lenses and, HawkV-Lite 16 1.3x Lenses ■ The film was shot in Colour ■ Aspect Ratio (Aspect ratio describes the width and height of a cinema or television screen, or the size in which a film has been shot and should be projected) 2.35:1 ■ Printed Film Format was 33mm D Cinema ■ Shooting began: 15th April 2013
  7. 7. Distribution of ‘71 ■ Distribution of ’71 was done by the company Studio Canal. Distribution took place in the form of ■ Studio Canal ■ Creative England’s Film Friendly Partnership members Sheffield City Council and Leeds City Council also supported the production during filming inYorkshire.
  8. 8. Post Production British Independent Film Awards (7th December 2014) Award Date of cerem ony Category Recipients and nominees Result British Independent Film Awards[14] 7 Decem ber 2014 Best Achivement in Production '71 Nominated British Independent Film Awards[14] 7 Decem ber 2014 Best Actor Jack O'Connell Nominated British Independent Film Awards[14] 7 Decem ber 2014 Best British Independent Film '71 Nominated British Independent Film Awards[14] 7 Decem ber 2014 Best Director Yann Demange Won British Independent Film Awards[14] 7 Decem ber 2014 Best Screenplay Gregory Burke Nominated British Independent Film Awards[14] 7 Decem ber 2014 Best Supporting Actor Sean Harris Nominated British Independent Film Awards[14] 7 Decem ber 2014 Best Technical Achivement Chris Wyatt (Editing) Nominated British Independent Film Awards[14] 7 Decem ber 2014 Best Technical Achivement Tat Radcliffe (Cinematography) Nominated British Independent Film Awards[14] 7 Decem ber 2014 The Douglas Hickox Award for Debut Director Yann Demange Nominated
  9. 9. Post Production ■ Box office: $1,268,760 (USA) (3rd May 2015) Box Office: £2.9million (UK) ■ Certification: 15
  10. 10. Social Media ■ Tumblr: I did a search on the social media site of the tag “’71 film”.The search result came up with a variety of photos, clips, quotes, gifs and other various things to do with the film. Under this tag there are quite a few posts, a lot of them do relate to the film (with two or three anomalies).

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