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Lion Share When the producers make as many films as they want but they wont be shown unless a distributor wants to buy them
Piracy The act of illegally uploading or downloading copyrighted material
Vertical Intergration When a company owns a product from production through to exhibition
Franchise A series of films
Blockbuster Comes from when people used to line up around the block to see a movie
Producer The person with the initial idea, who creates the team of diector and crew
Director The person in charge of creating the film
Exhibitor The person or company responsible for showing the public the finished product
Marketing The process of making people aware of the film
Oligopoly When a market is owned by a small group of large corporations
Distributor The company who does marketing for a film, makes the most money
Technological Convergence When lots of different technologies come together on one platform
Block Booking Now illegal, a distributor would book lots of screens in one cinema to show their movie
Created by: johan1