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Executive Directory of Motion Picture and Video Productions

Executive Directory of Motion Picture and Video Production allows you to target individuals that operate and manage entire motion picture and video production studios. The motion picture industry produces many of the world's feature films and recorded television programs. The industry is dominated by several large studios, based mostly in Hollywood. With the increasing popularity and worldwide availability of cable television, digital video recorders, computer graphics and editing software, and the Internet, many small and medium-sized independent filmmaking companies have sprung up to fill the growing demand for entertainment content.

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55,351 Total Universe / Universe Rate $105.00/M
Email Addresses $275.00/M

DESCRIPTION

Executive Directory of Motion Picture and Video Production allows you to target individuals that operate and manage entire motion picture and video production studios.  The motion picture industry produces many of the world's feature films and recorded television programs. The industry is dominated by several large studios, based mostly in Hollywood.  With the increasing popularity and worldwide availability of cable television, digital video recorders, computer graphics and editing software, and the Internet, many small and medium-sized independent filmmaking companies have sprung up to fill the growing demand for entertainment content. 

 

Motion Picture and Video Production companies hire people with experience in producing, directing, cinematography, camera operators, costume designers, hair and makeup artists, sound engineer technicians, film recordists, advertising and promotion managers, sound effects, director of photography, animators, multimedia artists, marketing managers, caterers, aerial specialists, construction coordinators, writers, editors and other various positions. In addition to producing feature films and filmed television programs, the industry produces made-for-television movies, music videos, and commercials. Other establishments provide postproduction services to the motion picture industry, including editing, film and tape transfers, titling and subtitling, credits, closed captioning, computer-produced graphics, and animation and special effects.  Some motion picture and video companies produce films for limited, or specialized, audiences. Among these films are documentaries, which use film clips and interviews to chronicle actual events with real people, and educational films ranging from "do-it-yourself" projects to exercise films.

 

The industry produces business, industrial, and government films that promote an organization's image, provide information on its activities or products, or aid in fundraising or worker training. Some of these films are short enough to release to the public through the Internet.  Although studios and other production companies are responsible for financing, producing, publicizing, and distributing a film or program, the actual making of the film often is done by hundreds of small businesses and independent contractors hired by the studios on an as-needed basis.

These companies provide a wide range of services, such as equipment rental, lighting, special effects, set construction, and costume design, as well as much of the creative and technical talent that go into producing a film. The industry also contracts with a large number of workers in other industries that supply support services to the crews while they are filming, such as truck drivers, caterers, electricians, and makeup artists. Many of these workers, depend on the motion picture industry for their livelihood.

 

Digital technology and computer-generated imaging are rapidly making inroads and are expected to transform the industry. Making changes to a picture is much easier using digital techniques. Backgrounds can be inserted after the actors perform on a sound stage, or locations can be digitally modified to reflect the script. Even actors can be created digitally. Independent filmmakers will continue to benefit from this technology, as reduced costs improve their ability to compete with the major studios. 

 

Individuals that own, mange and operate Motion Picture and Video Production companies have experience, talent, creativity and professionalism in the movie production industry.  People that want a career in Motion Picture and Video Production attend colleges and technical schools, many independent centers offer training programs on various aspects of filmmaking, such as screenwriting, film editing, cinematography, directing and acting.

 

Movie and video production studios purchase products such as adapters, bags, batteries, cables, camera dollies, camera equipment, camera mounts, camera shoulder supports, camera slates, carts, cases, chalk, clip boards, computers, director chairs, editing computer programs, eye cups, eyepieces, incandescent lights, light reflectors, lighting, megaphones, microphones, microphone boom poles, on-set radios, portable shelters, portable toilets, power supplies, producer chairs, rain covers, tables, teleprompters, televisions, trailers, trucks, vans, and walkie talkies.  They rent out studio space for editing, filming, and the video production departments.

PROFILE

  • Job Function/Title   ($10.00/M)
    Owner 		
    Manager 		
    Senior Vice President 		
    Director 		
    Treasurer 		
    Partner 		
    President 		
    Chief Financial Officer 		
    General Manager 		
    District Manager 		
    Sales Manager 		
    Vice President 		
    Chief Executive Officer 		
    Executive Director 		
    Sales 		
    Marketing 		
    
    		
    Bus/Industry Type   ($10.00/M)
    Audio Visual Creative Services 		
    Commercial Radio & Television 		
    Audio Visual Production Services 		
    Motion Picture Projection Service 		
    Motion Picture Producers & Studios 		
    Film Producers & Distributors 		
    Motion Picture Sound Services 		
    Film Studio Production Facility 		
    Video & Production & Taping Services 		
    Animated Film Service	  
      

 

ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS

 

Bus/Industry Type $10.00/M
Geo/Geographical $10.00/M
Job Function/Title $10.00/M
Level of Education $15.00/M
Max per Company/Sites $10.00/M
Phone Number $50.00/M
SIC/NAICS Code $10.00/M

ADDRESSING

A/B SPLIT $100.00/F
CD ROM $75.00/F
DISKETTE $75.00/F
EMAIL $75.00/F
Suppression $150.00/F
Transmission $150.00/M