History of World Cinema 3 sections of film

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History of World Cinema—class notes 3 Sections of Film: Production – making the movie Distribution – marketing Exhibition – showing movies in the theatres  (“Platforming” – 80s term) Vertical Intergration:  a couple of companies or one company controls all steps of production  (MGM, Fox. .) Paramount allowed only its own theatres to see their movie early o Paramount vs. US -1949  -- Paramount Decrees o Result:  Forced producing companies to display movies in all theatres o Theatres felt threatened by incoming television o Companies cannot own television stations  (even so, 6 companies pretty  much own everything Present Day Production Mostly produced by outside companies that make deals in distribution o Enormous power found in distribution Exhibitors make profit from concessions (popcorn comes out of depression, dirt  cheap—plus, salt and butter make you want to eat more)
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