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Film budgets and the types of production
Is cinema as we know it dangerously close to extinction? This alarming question may seem over the top but it actually expresses a very real possibility; as the average movie costs and allowed budgets get outrageously larger, the relative profit studios make gets understandably lower. It could be pointed out that this is still an enormous sum so there was no downside to the investment, this is by all means a wildly successful blockbuster. However, studios are churning out one ridiculously expensive film after the other, at such a rapid pace that audiences can hardly keep up anymore; there are more films being released each year than the previous one while the moviegoing frequency is pretty much unchanged if not diminished.
Barely Legal: 30 Nearly Pornographic Mainstream Films
Stephen Follows 19 Comments September 22, In November I am leading along with James Cotton a four-month part-time programme around micro-budget films. So, being the data-driven fiend that I am, I have performed a number of studies into the topic. In summary….
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