What kind of mediainstitution might distribute your media product and why? Evaluation Question Three
Media Institution- A media institution is described as an "established, often- profit based organization, that deal in the creation and distribution of advertising, entertainment and information services."- With our film being aimed at a relatively broad audience, it may be appropriate for the film to be distributed by a large organization because it would probably need coverage to cinemas around the globe which realistically can only be achieved with huge budgets.
Universal Pictures- It may be appropriate for Universal Pictures as it has proven to be a successful distributor worldwide with 100 years of experience.- Also, Universal has distributedfilms such as The Interpreter,which had a similar target audience tous, which became an overnightsuccess, possible due to itsdistribution, with a worldwide gross ofalmost $163,000,000.
20th Century Fox- Similarly, 20th Century Fox may have been a sensible choice because of its outstanding success with Phone Booth which targeted an extremely similar target audience to our film, that being under 25 males. Phone Booth was the number one film in its opening weekend, which is ideally what every filmmaker wants to achieve.
Dreamworks- Dreamworks would probably be the most sensible option, mainly because our film contained young actors which this company is traditionally associated with for example, a film similar to ours in narrative, Eagle Eye and Shia LaBeouf. Also, Dreamworks may be most apprirate because it is often referred to as more contemporary than other institutes, which would suit our genre of film