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AS and A Level: Films
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Successful films depend as much on marketing and distribution to a specific audience as they do upon good production practices. To what extent do you agree?
Independent films usually have low budgets and have complex and meaningful plots. And independent film makers are often more focused on the critical success of a film rather than its financial success. This was much the case with the film attack the block as it was well received critically but actually made a loss at the box office. This is most likely due to the films niche audience (British teenagers) and the subsequent lack of U.S marketing and distribution. The films marketing campaign was almost entirely based online and in some T.V adverts on channels such as E4 that have an audience which is the same as the films target audience.
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Rick gets up to go to the strongbox while the Captain follows him and they cross the whole place while Renault explains that they are going to arrest someone that night. Rick climbs the stairs to his office with Renault and we can see only the shadow of Rick taking the money while the Captain is speaking. Having described the scene, let's analyse it. First of all, we have to divide the shot in two parts. The first one is when they are in the Café and they are going to climb the stairs, and the second one is when they come into the office.
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