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  1. 1 INTRODUCTION. In a comprehensive survey of the literature related to “the economics of movies,” McKenzie notes that the preceding decade (corresponding approximately to the years 2000–2010) witnessed a dramatic increase in the number of scholarly studies examining topics relevant to motion pictures as both a product and as an industry (Figure 1).

    • The Evolving Film Industry
    • Market Trend Analysis For Independent Films
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    Securing the funds needed to make an independent film or television project happen has never been an easy task, but developments in the increasingly connected and global film industry are creating new avenues for funding projects. Increasingly, independent filmmakers are looking to the international investor market. There’s a significant investor p...

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  2. Mar 6, 2024 · March 06, 2024. The American film and television industry supports 2.74 million jobs, pays out $242 billion in total wages, and comprises more than 122,000 businesses—according to an analysis of the most recent economic figures released by the Motion Picture Association. For a more detailed analysis of the industry’s economic impact ...

  3. Apr 21, 2021 · 1 Digitalization and the film industry. The film industry rarely involves film anymore. The cameras and microphones use sensors. They translate the images and sounds into bits and bytes. Directors and editors manipulate the raw footage on computers, rather than with light boxes and scissors. Finished “films” get distributed as large files ...

    • Thorsten Hennig-Thurau, S. Abraham Ravid, Olav Sorenson
    • 2021
  4. There was a time when landline phones where the only means of communication in the film industry. There were no indie trade organizations or studio specialty divisions, HBO had just been born, cable television was a luxury, videocassette machines cost between five hundred and seven hundred dollars, and foreign-language films were the main source of alternative cinema.

  5. Feb 25, 2012 · Traditionally, an “independent” film has been defined as financed primarily from sources outside the six major U.S. studios. But in an era of entertainment conglomerates, as scholar John Berra writes in his 2008 book Declarations of Independence, “Serious debate arises about what constitutes an independent feature film, as the economic background of a motion picture and its cultural ...

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  7. Jun 27, 2021 · Four Emerging Trends in Film & TV. In 2020, the Film & TV industry experienced unprecedented growth. Amidst the global pandemic, audience demand for streaming services surged, production spending grew, and TV series budgets reached all-time highs. The industry’s growth isn’t likely to slow down anytime soon and with the recent slew of media ...

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