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   It connects every new film with the largest    possible audience.   Launching and sustaining films in the market    p...
    Why They’d be interested?. It specializes in independent films.It specializes in British films   Low budget films – ...
   Appeals to UK audience – Yes   Reflects todays youth – loss of childhood   Kept it British – London based locations/...
   Free viewing in Cinema’s ( excluding big    names, such as Odeon) For one weekend only   Posters – An eye opening pos...
    For:1.    You can retain full control and rights over your film2.    You dont have to give a cut of the money made fr...
Evaluation question 3 what kind of media institution
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Evaluation question 3 what kind of media institution

  1. 1.  It connects every new film with the largest possible audience. Launching and sustaining films in the market place. Bring each film to market, starting from scratch and realising its potential.
  2. 2.  Why They’d be interested?. It specializes in independent films.It specializes in British films Low budget films – Often make a large profit Successful Crime/thrillers: Sexy Beast The good thief Street Kings, Never die alone
  3. 3.  Appeals to UK audience – Yes Reflects todays youth – loss of childhood Kept it British – London based locations/characters In the style of Guy Ritchie Broader audiences – Yes Situations in film, common in American street life. People from other countries – learn about bad side of British youth Shows extreme cases of crime in UK
  4. 4.  Free viewing in Cinema’s ( excluding big names, such as Odeon) For one weekend only Posters – An eye opening poster that’s sums up film – appeal to niche audience – 18 – 28 YOA Radio adverts – No visual impact – interests listener
  5. 5.  For:1. You can retain full control and rights over your film2. You dont have to give a cut of the money made from any sales of your film to a distributor Against:1. Very time consuming chasing buyers and sales and filling in paperwork.2. Need to be aware of legality – problems involving what you can do within the law Verdict?• Avoid self distribution• Help us get the ball rolling• Higher success chance – if money is made, paying distributors won’t matter• Fox searchlight pictures – know how to tackle the legal issues we don’t know about

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