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There are two types of production companies, independent com
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There are two types of production companies, independent companies and major film companies. As we believe our film is targeted at quite a large audience we think that idealistically our film could be produced by a major company, as independent films are mostly aimed at smaller target audiences. However as I am aware it is difficult to receive the funds necessary to produce a major motion picture, realistically our film would be produced by an independent company as they have much smaller budgets
I believe that if it were possible for our film to be produced by a major company belonging to an even larger conglomerate, it would be more successful, as they have a much larger budget so can spend more money on the production, marketing, distribution and exhibition of our film. They can distribute our film on a number of platforms as they are part of large conglomerates e.g. being distributed through iTunes or Netlix.
20th Century Fox
Columbia Pictures - now owned by Sony.
Paramount Pictures - now owned by Viacom.
RKO Radio Pictures - defunct c. 1957
United Artists - purchased by MGM
Universal Studios - now a part of NBC Universal.
Warner Bros. - now Time Warner.
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Types of major film companies
3. What kind of media institution might distribute your media product and why?
A film distributor is responsible for getting the film out to the audience through marketing. They are normally different from the production company. Distribution deals are an important part of financing a film. They are essential in making sure the film is successfully received by the audience, making sure the film does well in revenue.