SECTION A: PRODUCERS & AUDIENCES - QUESTION YOU COULD GET:

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  1. 1. SECTION A: PRODUCERS & AUDIENCES - QUESTION YOU COULD GET: 1. In what ways has the rise of the ‘event’ movie been so important for modern Hollywood? 2. To what extent are remakes, sequels and franchises useful in creating and developing audiences for British films? 3. What are some of the key factors which influence the kinds of film that get made today? 4. What are some of the ways in which films from the past are made attractive to contemporary audiences? 5. How important are film franchises for producers and audiences? 6. What can be done to attract bigger audiences to UK films? 7. Compare the different factors that contribute to the box office success or failure of a film. 8. How important for the British Film industry is the use of UK ‘talent’ in films financed outside Britain? 9. How do independent films sometimes achieve success?
  2. 2. 10. How far are new technologies changing the way audiences watch films? 11. Why are cinemas still important for both audiences and producers? 12. How important is genre for audiences and producers? 13. What are some of the reasons for the popularity of US produced films for UK audiences? 14. Are the attractions of going to a cinema today sufficiently strong to compete against other ways in which we can now watch films? WHAT YOU NEED TO SHOW TO GET A HIGH GRADE:          Excellent understanding of the industry. Lively engagement with the issues raised by the question set. Display a very good ability to select relevant material from the material given. Excellent ability in interpreting stimulus material and recognising key points. Excellent ability to provide appropriate material from your own studies. References made to both stimulus material and your own study material will be both accurate and relevant to the argument developed. The work will be well-structured. There will be a clear and authoritative 'voice' developing (own ideas and opinion.) Quality of written communication will be excellent.

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