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    Product Placement In Film

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    The main objective of almost every film made in Hollywood is to earn an exceptional amount of money. However, if a film production goes over budget or is expected to fail, movie studios need to find another way to earn revenue. Whenever a film needs to be promoted, producers always turn to outside sources. These outside sources are usually corporations who just want their newest product shown off to the world. Therefore, advertisers often team up with movie producers in order to promote both of their products. This communication phenomenon is known as product placement. Product placement is used in almost every film released due to the benefits both movie studios and advertisers receive. Quality does not matter as much anymore, but rather the quantity of money a studio makes. No matter how much the viewer hates it, product placement will always be a factor when it comes to making a profitable movie. Due to the immense…

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    Film Synthesis Essay

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    Aesthetic film history is often criticised for having “a comparatively narrow approach to film history (Chapman, Glancy and Harper 2)” because it limits itself to a small number of elite films that are supposedly art. Moreover, aesthetic film history often ignores “the institutional and cultural contexts of production (Chapman, Glancy and Harper 3; Allen 12).” Aesthetic film history is certainly part of the discourse of Chaplin, but the movie also identifies institutional and cultural contexts…

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    Film Director Outline

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    Slide 1: Introduction. A. Thesis Slide 2: What is a film director? A. Explanation of what a film director is. B. The salary. Slide 3: What colleges should you go to and what degrees are useful for becoming a film director? Names of top colleges to become a film director. A. Degree needed. B. How much the college cost? C. Where is the college? Slide 4: How are these jobs being done without degrees in the 21st century? A. How are people are making YouTube shows? B. Web series? C.…

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    The Grand Budapest Hotel is one of my favorite movies that recently came out. The movie was released under Fox Searchlight Pictures in February of 2014. Fox Searchlight Pictures is a branch company from it’s main sister Fox Entertainment Group making it an independent film company. Since it’s big sister is a well known company with great resources, Fox Searchlight Pictures has access to the great advancements in film production. Because they are the sister to a major film company, budget wasn 't…

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    the appropriate films and scholarly literature that exists. It will begin by discussing how film studios in Britain and ‘Hollywood’ begun using historical films on Tudor England to portray an anti-Nazi sentiment to a wide audience. It will become evident that some film studios during this period did not wish to cause offence, and therefore utilised historical films on Tudor England to put forward their own political agenda. This essay will then examine how these historical films on Tudor…

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    The vulnerability of such careers is rooted in the abundance of freelancers within the industry, giving the multinational firms the ability to hire and fire creative professionals as they wish. While the content-producers are able to provide creative input, it is ultimately the studio or broadcaster that has the final say, and it is entirely their prerogative to fire the freelance producers at any time if they are unsatisfied (Davies & Sigthorsson, 2013). Given the short-term nature of most…

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    The Studio System

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    The studio system consisted of a small number of major studios (Paramount, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Warner Bros, 20th Century Fox and RKO) during the first decade of the 20th Century. The studio system, according to Barsham and Monahan 5th Edition the classical Hollywood studio system the actors’ box office appeal depended on their ability to project a screen image that audiences would love and aspire to look like. These actors were then signed to a studio which allowed them the opportunity to have…

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    During the Studio era of Hollywood, the studios had monopoly control over the entire industrial process and revenue stream of the filmmaking business. The big studios raked in nearly all the movie industry’s total gross revenues, which benefited both the corporate interests profiting form the business and the filmmakers that were under contract with the studios. The Big Eight Studios held nearly all the power in the industry and the government didn’t like that. Around the time WWII broke out,…

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    Monopolies In The 30's

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    century, the studio system of the movie industry was a powerful and very profitable business; the vertical integrated structure had proved to be successful. The nine or ten major studios made big profits from both the production of movies and the distribution and screening of their own movies. This was possible because most of these studios owned a chain of theaters in the major cities. With the independent theater owners, they made money by a system called “block booking”, meaning the theaters…

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    Indie Film Definition

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    As a movie fanatic and today's film curator i think it's important to spread the indie spirit. The definition of Independent films comes from its rebellious relationship with the origins of american cinema itself. Indies are defined as being made outside of the studio system but the connotations of what that actually means are usually blurred. Today i will convince my audience to watch more independent films instead of commercial films. My three main points are that Indies are more personal,…

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