Tuesday, 18 November 2014

Grand Budapest Hotel Task 1

Grand Budapest Hotel

What is Indian Paintbrush and who owns it?

Indian Paintbrush is a small film production company, that have produced films such as Fantastic Mr Fox, Grand Budapest Hotel, and The Darjeeling Limited. The company is owned by Steve M. Rales in 2007.
Which company is Fox Searchlight a subsiduary of?
20th Century Fox
Which type of films do Fox Searchlight distribute?
Fox Searchlight specialise in the US distribution of independent and British films, drama and horror, as well as non-English language films.
Which two countries financed the film?
England and Germany
What did Anderson use instead of CGI (computer generated imagery)?
Instead of using CGI, Anderson used paintings for the background and he filmed inside hotels.
Where did the inspiration for the Hotel come from?
Palace Bristol Hotel in Karlovy Vary
Which film festival opened with The Grand Budapest Hotel?
64th Berlin International Film Festival
Alexanre Desplat wrote the score, which major Hollywood films has he worked on?
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, The Imitation Game, The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Kings Speech, The Twilight Saga: New Moon, Godzilla, and The Golden Compass
How many awards has the film won?

Berlin International Film Festival - Jury Grand Prix
David Di Donatello Awards - Best Foreign Film
Golden Trailer Awards - Best Graphics in a TV Spot
Nastro d'Argento - Best Costume Design
World Soundtrack Awards - Best Original Score of the Year
Gotham Awards - Best Feature
Initially how many cinemas did the film open on in the US?
4 Screens
How much did it average per cinema?
$202,791.5 per screen
The film was released on Ultraviolet BluRay, what does this enable consumers to do?
This allows people that buy this sort of BluRay to burn a copy onto a disk without breaking any copyright laws.
Which companies do not support Ultraviolet?
Walt Disney and ITunes
What complaints did Ultraviolet encounter when it launched?

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