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Evaluation: What kind of media institution might distribute your media product and why?

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The type of media institution that might distribute my film is a major institution. This is suitable to my film as disaster movies often require a high budget to animate all of the spectacular disastrous events in full CGI. A film full of CGI would also require the use of high-quality to match the quality of CGI something an independent would hugely struggle funding, not only this but it would be expected to distributed in forms such as IMAX and/or 3D. It also offers a target audience of Teenagers and Young Adults, the largest consumers of cinemas, so it would likely be able to provide profit .

Major Disaster Films Similar to my own:

Major Disaster Films Similar to my own Cloverfield was a high budget, disaster film. It is based around a focus group of young adults, whom are trying to escape the disaster of an alien attack. The movie is dominated by the handheld camera, as oppose to any other camera angles like long shots or canted angles. This allows for a broad audience of people who: like disaster films, are young adults, enjoy movies will aliens in and other audiences . It's distribution was based around mostly multiplexes as oppose to independent cinemas, leading to its success. It was distributed by Paramount Pictures, a company who is willing to distribute heavily in order to achieve profit as they're wealthy. This film is very similar to my own and would have likely been distributed within the same way. Cloverfield

Major Disaster Films Similar to my own:

Major Disaster Films Similar to my own Battle: Los Angeles was a high budget, disaster film. It is based around a focus group of soldiers in the US Military, who are trying stop the 'Unknown Enemy' from capturing Los Angeles. The audience for this film is broad as it invited those who enjoyed: action, thriller, sci-fi and other films. It was distributed multiplexes where high quality screening was available, it grossed about $10 million. It was distributed by Columbia Pictures. My film is similar to Battle: Los Angeles in that it's a film that attract many different audiences who go to see the film for many different purposes. Battle: Los Angeles