Are mass audiences out of reach given the genres of films Film4 have the budgets to make?How successful have they been in reaching mass audiences with their films?
In addition, candidates should be familiar with: Candidates should be prepared to understand and discuss the processes of production, distribution, marketing and exchange as they relate to contemporary media institutions, as well as the nature of audience consumption and the relationships between audiences and institutions.
In addition, candidates should be familiar with: The depth and range of ownership across a range of media and the consequences of this ownership for audiences in terms of the genres and budgets for films.
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What can you say about the way in which the title graphics have been written?
How healthy is it that just a few mega media groups can own such a range of media and can decide what the public may see, and, perhaps, shape audience's tastes?
Digital technology is enabling various media to converge in hubs, platforms and devices.Film4 is therefore unable to promote their lower budget films on a level playing field.The audience's ability to interact with films by, for instance, using digital technology to put extracts on You Tube and overlay new sound tracks on them, etc.Use the templates below to plan your answers to all possible questions for Section A of the exam.You will need to select File and either make a copy to Google Drive or download them as Word documents.https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OY3Wiffd2TCat IAl5sct X3d Ll M8p6Dwb VKGo Xw Lb NKQ/edit?US and UK cinemas chains are not happy about this, especially after all the investment some have made on digital equipment, projectors, etc.which unfortunately quickly goes very quickly out of date! digital cameras, software, CGI, 3D films, film genres, etc. Describe and discuss the title, font, typeface and graphics on the poster.Candidates should be prepared to understand and discuss the processes of production, distribution, marketing and exchange as they relate to contemporary media institutions, as well as the nature of audience consumption and the relationships between audiences and institutions.How for instance, can Channel4's Film4 survive in the British market place against the high concept, big-budget films made by Newcorp's FOX, Warner Bros, Disney, Universal, etc.?What kinds of niche audiences are left for Film4 to attract?