There are two important basements to produce commercial films—Hollywood in the US and Bollywood in India. Many films have been exported from these two places to all over the world, on the debate of whether there is such a thing as global cinema industry, many people give different opinions.
Hypothetical proposition was established and as far as I am concern, the global cinema can be analysis from different ways. This paper will mainly focus on the marketing position, style of films and culture representation on this particular debate.
With the development of world economic, the influence of global market also showed in film industry, the source of investigation of film production getting wider, co-production is becoming a common way of producing.
There is a world ‘ international co-production’ express the meaning of production or business arrangement, that including investment, actors from different countries are cooperate in one film production. (Hoskins, McFadyen, Finn: 1997)
According to the figure of film numbers between 1991 and 1998, the number of 1998 was about 20% more than it in 1991 in UK (N. Miller, N. Govil, J. McMurria, R. Maxwell: 2001), for following reasons that co-production films show as a increasing rate: collecting enough budget to produce films, make a excellent casts, easier to access both counties market, unclear the culture boundaries among different countries and attract more audiences, learn from each other to improve the level of producing films etc.(C. Hoskins, S McFadyen, A.Finn: 1997)
For getting better box- office, many films were chose to show ...
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