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  2. 2. *Nothing On Earth Could Come Between Them.
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  4. 4. * Japan 1 November 1997 (Tokyo International Film Festival) UK 18 November 1997 (London) (premiere) USA 14 December 1997 (Los Angeles, California) (premiere) Australia 17 December 1997 (Sydney) (premiere) Australia 18 December 1997 Hong Kong 18 December 1997 Malaysia 18 December 1997 New Zealand 18 December 1997 Singapore 18 December 1997 Canada 19 December 1997
  5. 5. * *Director: James Cameron *Writer: James Cameron *Stars:Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane *Genres: Drama | Romance *Motion Picture Rating (MPAA):Rated PG-13 for disaster related peril and violence, nudity, sensuality and brief language
  6. 6. *Country:USA *Language:English | Swedish *Also Known As:Planet Ice, Hong Kong (Cantonese title) Tit Daat Nei Hou *Runtime: 194 min *Soundtracks:My Heart Will Go On Performed by Céline Dion (as Celine Dion) *Official Sites:Official Facebook | Official site
  7. 7. * *Titanic wreck, Titanic Canyon, North Atlantic, Atlantic Ocean48 of 49 found this interesting *Fox Baja Studios, Rosarito, Baja California Norte, Mexico(studio)19 of 19 found this interesting *Belmont Olympic Pool - 4000 E. Olympic Plaza, Long Beach, California, USA15 of 16 found this interesting *Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada14 of 15 found this interesting *Rosarito, Baja California Norte, Mexico12 of 13 found this interesting *Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada12 of 13 found this interesting *S.S. Lane Victory, Pier 94, San Pedro, Los Angeles, California, USA(shots of Titanic's wake)11 of 12 found this interesting *S.S. Jeremiah O'Brien, San Francisco, California, USA(engine room scenes)10 of 12 found this interesting *Santa Clarita, California, USA
  8. 8. * *Production Companies:Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation (present) (as Twentieth Century Fox),Paramount Pictures (present),Lightstorm Entertainment *Distributors:Paramount Pictures (1997) (USA) (theatrical), Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation (1997) (Non-US) (theatrical) 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (1998) (UK) (VHS) 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (1998) (Hong Kong) (video) (LaserDisc) Paramount Home Video (1999) (USA) (DVD) National Broadcasting Company (NBC) (2000) (USA) (TV) (broadcast premiere)
  9. 9. *Special Effects Digital Domain (special visual effects and digital animation)4-Ward ProductionsBanned from the Ranch Entertainment (BFTRE)CIS HollywoodCinesite (Hollywood)Digiscope (additional visual effects)Donald Pennington Inc. (lifeboats and large-scale sinking miniatures) *Other Companies AC Power Distribution (electrical equipment) *Adams Custom Engines (Renault replica) *Akademic Mstislav Keldysh (special thanks) *Almas International (jacking systems) *Amaya Curiel y Cia (thanks) *Ana Ballesteros Catering (caterer: Mexico) *Angels the Costumiers (costume rentals)
  10. 10. *Pacific Title (titles and opticals) *Panavision (camera and lenses) *William F. White International (grip and lighting equipment) *Warner Bros. (footage provided by) *Peter Higgings & Associates (structural engineering) *Peter Higgings & Associates (structural engineering)
  11. 11. * * Budget: $200,000,000 (estimated) * Opening Weekend: $28,638,131 (USA) (19 December 1997) * Gross:$658,672,302 (USA) (8 June 2012) * Admissions:128,099,826 (USA) (31 December 1998) * Rentals * $324,425,520 (USA) $900,000,000 (Worldwide) Production Dates * 1 September 1995 - September 1997 Filming Dates * 31 July 1996 - 23 March 1997 (160 days) Copyright Holder * Paramount Pictures Corporation Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
  12. 12. * *Runtime:3 hr 14 min (194 min) *Sound Mix:Dolby Digital (Dolby Digital 5.1) (5.1 Surround Sound) (L-R)| DTS (DTS 5.1) (5.1 Surround Sound) (L-R)| DTS 70 mm (70 mm prints) (5.1 Surround Sound) (L-R)|SDDS (8 channels) (L-R) * Color:Color *Aspect Ratio:2.35 : 1
  13. 13. *Camera:Panavision Panaflex Gold II, Panavision Primo Lenses ,Panavision Panaflex Platinum, Panavision Primo Lenses *Laboratory:Consolidated Film Industries (CFI), Hollywood (CA), USA ,DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA (prints) *Film Length:5,340 m (Sweden) ,5,426 m (10 reels) *Negative Format:35 mm (Eastman EXR 50D 5245, Kodak Vision 500T 5279) *Cinematographic Process: Digital Intermediate (4k) (2012 re-release) ,Super 35 ,Techniscope (underwater scenes) *Printed Film Format:35 mm (anamorphic) (Eastman EXR 5386) ,70 mm (blow-up) (Eastman EXR 5386) ,70 mm (horizontal) (IMAX DMR blow-up) (dual-strip 3-D) (Kodak Vision 2383) (2012 re-release) ,D-Cinema (also 3-D version: 2012 re-release)
  14. 14. * *Directed by :James Cameron *Writing Credits (WGA) : JamesCameron(written by) *Leonardo DiCaprio:Jack Dawson *Kate Winslet:Rose DeWitt Bukater *Billy Zane:Cal Hockley *Kathy Bates:Molly Brown *Frances Fisher:Ruth Dewitt Bukater *Gloria Stuart:Old Rose *Bill Paxton:Brock Lovett *Bernard Hill:Captain Edward James Smith *David Warner:Spicer Lovejoy *Victor Garber:Thomas Andrews
  15. 15. *Produced by :James Cameron producer *Pamela Easley:associate producer (as Pamela Easley Harris) *Al Giddings :co-producer *Grant Hill: co-producer *Jon Landau:producer *Sharon Mann:co-producer *Rae Sanchini:executive producer *Music by: James Horner: *Cinematography by :Russell Carpenter: *director of photography Film Editing by :Conrad Buff IV(as Conrad Buff) *James Cameron *Richard A. Harris *Casting By :Mali Finn
  16. 16. *Production Design by: Peter Lamont *Art Direction by :Martin Laing, Charles Dwight Lee supervising art director (as Charles Lee) * Set Decoration by :Michael Ford *Costume Design by Deborah Lynn Scott(as Deborah L. Scott) *Makeup Department :Isabel Amezcua assistant hair stylist *Deborah Ball crowd hair supervisor *Laura Borselli key makeup artist: Halifax contemporary shoot (as Laura Borzelli) *Anita Brabec additional makeup artist *Greg Cannom special effects makeup: Old Rose
  17. 17. *Production Management: Dana Belcastro production supervisor:Escondido tank shoot Kevin De La Noy unit manager (as Kevin DeLaNoy) Lisa Dennis post-production supervisor (as Lisa Ann Dennis) Grant Hill unit production manager *Second Unit Director or Assistant Director:Brian Backman trainee assistant director: Canada T.C. Badalato additional assistant director *Sound Department :Tony Anscombe adr mixer John H. Arrufat dialogue editor (as J.H. Arrufat) Michael Axinn assistant sound editor Chris Barron machine room operator (as Christopher Barron)
  18. 18. *Location Management :Nicole Kolin location manager *Music Department :John Altman historical music advisor / music arranger: period music Andy Bass assistant music engineer Other crew :Jorge Acosta production assistant Eddie Adolph assistant accountant Anthony Allegre production coordinator: Titanic deep dive
  19. 19. * 84 years later, a 101-year-old woman named Rose DeWitt Bukater tells the story to her granddaughter Lizzy Calvert, Brock Lovett, Lewis Bodine, Bobby Buell and Anatoly Mikailavich on the Keldysh about her life set in April 10th 1912, on a ship called Titanic when young Rose boards the departing ship with the upper-class passengers and her mother, Ruth DeWitt Bukater, and her fiancé, Caledon Hockley. Meanwhile, a drifter and artist named Jack Dawson and his best friend Fabrizio De Rossi win third-class tickets to the ship in a game. And she explains the whole story from departure until the death of Titanic on its first and last voyage April 15th, 1912 at 2:20 in the morning. Plot Keywords: ship | iceberg | water | passenger | north atlantic Taglines: Collide With Destiny.
  20. 20. * *The Media Business: Advertising; The success of 'Titanic' has marketer scrambling to create product tie-ins - THE NEW YORK TIMES *Titanic set sail due to its marketing and distribution to a target audience through: its pre sold-stars and subject matter, imagery (images and songs that the audience associated with the film), and merchandising tie-ins *Titanic was marketed to its audience through its imagery, narrative, stars, merchandising, soundtrack, and so much more. Everybody knew the story of Titanic, the White Star’s new liner that sank on April 14, 1912, taking down over 1,500 people with it. The film offered something for everyone; it targeted a teenage audience that fell in love with the main character and sympathized with the story. It also targeted an older audience who reminisced on the “good old days.” The creative marketing seen in Titanic is what set the movie sailing,
  21. 21. *The film’s creative marketing in terms of pre-release publicity alone is astonishing. It marketed through its imagery, which will be described later on, narrative, stars, merchandising, and soundtrack to reach out to an audience that would buy. Titanic was a Paramount-Cox co- production; they each invested $60 million in the production of the film. The marketing and distribution of Titanic were done efficiently which is one of the main causes of the film’s massive success. *The look is there, James Cameron is very reputable for his visual imagery and the film featured a combination of live action and CGI to simulate the disaster on an epic scale for the audience, creating extras and duplicating stunt people to increase the drama. Additionally 450 special effect shots went into the making of this film, which cost over $200 million to make; the production design and cinematography are pristine. The soundtrack sales alone brought in $400 million, a mere portion of its produced mass ancillary market.
  22. 22. * The after shock of merchandising tie-ins following the release of the film brought in an immense amount of income. The film was not anticipated to be as successful as it was in the slightest, which left marketers scrambling after the fact to come up with ancillary products and advertising to profit. The plethora of merchandising tie-ins range from: additional books and albums to TV programs, games, merchandise, and advertisements. “The “cinematic” also reaches out to a range of adjacent products, produced by the corporate gains who now own the old studio brand – books, toys, soundtrack CDs, video games, fashion. * Titanic was released in 1997 and to this day there are cinema ticket sales being sold in 3D, DVD and video rentals, and the sale of licensed and, at times unlicensed merchandise. “The films unprecedented theatrical success quickly overflowed into lucrative ancillary markets. From the soundtrack album to couture fashions, from recycled film props in the upscale J. Peterman catalog to jewelry and lifeboat replicas, sales of Titanic-related merchandise matched the intense discursive interest in all things “Titanic” evidenced in Internet chat rooms, television documentaries, and publishing trends.
  23. 23. * *WonOscar *Best Picture:James Cameron ,Jon Landau *Best Director:James Cameron *Best Cinematography:Russell Carpenter *Best Art Direction-Set Decoration:Peter Lamont (art director) Michael Ford (set decorator) *Best Costume Design:Deborah Lynn Scott
  24. 24. *Best Sound:Gary Rydstrom ,Tom Johnson Gary Summers Mark Ulano *Best Film Editing:Conrad Buff IV ,James Cameron Richard A. Harris *Best Effects, Sound Effects Editing:Tom Bellfort ,Christopher Boyes *Best Effects, Visual Effects:Robert Legato ,Mark A. Lasoff ,Thomas L. Fisher *Michael Kanfer *Best Music, Original Song:James Horner (music) ,Will Jennings (lyrics) *For the song "My Heart Will Go On", performed by Céline Dion. *Best Music, Original Dramatic Score:James Horner
  25. 25. * *At $200 million, the movie cost more than the Titanic itself. The cost to construct the ship in 1910-1912 was £1.5 million, equivalent to $7.5 million at the time and about $120 to $150 million in 1997 dollars. *Approximately 120 tons of water (triple what had been initially planned) were released for Eric Braeden's final scene. Braeden said that he has never been more terrified in his life than when he was preparing for it, as there was obviously no possible physical rehearsal. *The first Best Picture Academy Award winner to be produced, directed, written, and edited by the same person (James Cameron).
  26. 26. *With her nomination for Best Supporting Actress at age 87, Gloria Stuart became the oldest person to ever be nominated for an Oscar. *Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet committed to the film even before the script was written, on the basis only of a 165-page outline James Cameron had written. *The first film to be released on video (DVD/VHS) while it was still being shown in theaters. *Was #1 at the U.S. box office for a record fifteen consecutive weeks, from 19 December 1997 to 2 April 1998.