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  1. 1. What kind of media institution might distribute your product and why?
  2. 2. What is distribution? • The delivery or distribution of media content, such as audio, video, software and games.
  3. 3. Examples of distribution companies • Contender films – The city of violence, Shutter, Avery British gangster • Entertainment – Rush hour, The departed, Stormbreaker • Lionsgate UK – Monsters ball, Pierrepoint
  4. 4. Compare • The type of film we produced is a thriller. The distribution companies that I have looked at probably won’t be interested in our film because they are not of the same genre. However contender films might be because they produced the city of violence which is the same kind of genre as Insight.
  5. 5. Is our film going to appeal to UK audiences only? Our film does not only appeal to UK audiences. This is because people around the world like to watch thrillers as well. Our film is US based and has also been popular around the world. Our film shows problems that happen all over the world, not just in the UK so people from other countries would want to watch it.
  6. 6. Possible marketing strategies, release strategies and exhibition options • Produce a trailer to promote the film coming out and give the audience a sneak peak of what the film is about. • Social media. Posting the trailer and release dates online for people to see. This will put the film out there and attract more people to it. • Film posters. This will hopefully attract a wider audience with putting up posters around shops and public places such as train/tube stations, café’s and colleges for people to look at with the release dates.