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Transcript of Media
Ownership of data
When was the first movie (motion picture) created?
When did the concept of "cinema" first appear?
Who owns the movie rights?
The film production company (ex. Universal Studios, Warner Bros)
Who or what is funding these movies?
"[Who has funded] the many creative ways [of] the White House [being] cinematically smashed up over the years?" –howstuffworks
Television distribution contracts
People paying to watch the movie!
How much do these platforms cost?
$3 - $20
$7.99, $8.99, $11.99 per month
$50 000-$100 000 projector
$125 digital copy of movie
How do movies influence society?
How has movies changed since then?
Does it matter which company own the rights?
How much does it cost to produce a movie?
An average of $100 million
How much does a movie make from the Box Office? Enough?
It all depends. Some $100 million movies only make thousands. Some $10 000 movies receive millions.
The purpose of making movies is to move an audience with a moving picture.
Why were movies made?
Early 1800s, magic lanterns (slide projectors)
The persistence of vision
It is also due to scientific theory.
1872, Eadwaerd Muybridge created motion photography.
1895, the Lumiere brothers present their Cinematographe in Paris.
Who exactly begins the production of the movie?
Where are these movies accessible?
Digital projector + Digital copy of film
How are rights obtained?
The production/producer "rents" the rights.
In the deal, "option" can be used to reserve the rights for the future.
A universal message for a large crowd, not just one.
A visual of useful (or useless) information on history.
Creates fantasy and ambition.
Getting more inappropriate
New genres, especially futuristic movies
A lot more accessible.
What is the future for movies?
Convenience. The theatres will be brought home.
Will the purpose of movies still be for entertainment and technology advancement?
Content will change for future audiences.
Motion pictures still serve to be a renowned source of visual entertainment. It is very diverse and the content of a movie has many influences. While actors and actresses are who you SEE on the big screen, consider who SETS the screen in the first place.