Lecture #13 - Lecture#13 Overseas markets There is a push...

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11/17/09 Lecture #13 Overseas markets There is a push to make movies available worldwide (simultaneous release) to avoid English movies due better overseas than domestically Most recent example: 2012 making 69.5% of their opening weekend overseas as of 11/17/09 o This is a studio movie so they control it and can open it all over the world Web Communication Parnomal Activity used web communication to create a new paradym (new business model) Independent Film Smaller movies that are not studio movies do not have distribution deals Producers have to beg to get their movie (independent style) picked up by a studio as if it were a big movie o Acquisition side of the business (distributer viewing a completed film and deciding whether to release it) o Smarter Producer try to sell in U.S. and Canada only as opposed to all territories This is a gamble, but it is the first objective of any independent producer to get it distributed to a well know studio while have possession of worldwide
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2010 for the course MATH 215 taught by Professor Orrwel during the Fall '08 term at Alabama State University.

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Lecture #13 - Lecture#13 Overseas markets There is a push...

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