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The Film Market Hub: How Does It Work – Infographic

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The Film Market Hub is the first cinematographic and audiovisual online market including a wide Professional network. Still in Beta Version, you can register to stay tuned of the latest news and updates.

Source: The Film Market Hub

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How To Make Movies With Google Glass

University of Southern California Professor of Cinematic Arts Norman Hollyn discusses making movies with Google Glass with Jon Erlichman on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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The $50 Movie Ticket: What’s the Point?

Piper Jaffray’s James Marsh discusses the prices of movie tickets with Adam Johnson on “The Next Big Trade” on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Universal Pictures: 100 Years Of Memorable Movies – Infographic

Universal turns 100! Reason enough for the organization to come up with an infographic about the history, movies and other interesting info about and around the company. Have a look: Continue reading

Movie Industry: Shift Towards Handpicked Programming On Demand – Infographic

There is a paradigm shift happening. Theatrical and DVD sales for movies have been falling, while ticket prices maintain a rise. With the MPAA reporting more growth in the movie industry from smaller films than from big budget blockbusters and YouTube’s Vice President of TV and Entertainment Robert Kyncl forecasting that 90% of all web traffic will soon be video, there is a burgeoning opportunity for an escalation of digital distribution and consumption of independent film, both domestically and abroad. Based on this, Yekra, a film distribution technology platform for digitally delivering movies direct to consumers through online, affinity communities, designed this infographic.

Source: Visual.ly

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Comic-Con: Films With The Most Social Buzz – Infographic

Last week’s Comic-Con continues to generate buzz in the entertainment industry (although these days, it has to compete with The Dark Knight Rises). Specifically, let’s take a look at most-discussed films at Comic-Con 2012.

Iron Man 3 reigned victorious, following its presentation late Saturday afternoon — and would Tony Stark have it any other way? Although Robert Downey Jr. entered Hall H like a rockstar, the real showstopper was Sir Ben Kingsley. Exclusive footage confirmed that he will be playing the Mandarin villain in the last installment of the Iron Man trilogy.

Superfans of the comic book were also pleased to hear Shane Black, who takes the helm from John Favreau for this lastest film, tell audiences that Iron Man 3 will go back to Tony Stark’s roots and reveal the mythology of the famous character’s alter ego.

Man of Steel is the latest reboot of the Superman story, from Warner Bros. The studio screened the official trailer exclusively in Comic-Con’s Hall H, but audiences can also catch it in theaters prior to The Dark Knight Rises.

Source: Mashable.com, WaytoBlue

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Coca-Cola in the Movies – History – Infographic

 

As summer movie season kicks off, chances are, you’ll see product placements for Coca-Cola hidden within at least a few blockbusters.

That’s because the world’s most recognized beverage brand has its tentacles in lots of movies. Over the last 80 years, the Coca-Cola logo and Coca-Cola products have appeared in films such as It’s a Wonderful Life, Jaws, Batman, Independence Day and Mission Impossible: Ghost ProtocolMore

Image courtesy of iStockphoto/rococofoto and kevinjeon00

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The Avengers Crush Harry Potter – Biggest Movie Openings in North America – Infographic

The Avengers crush Harry Potter. This chart shows the biggest movie openings of all time in North America.

Source: Statista

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