Thank you for submitting this question. Within the reports that we have about the media industry, there are reports that have data of this type for individual studios like Amazon Studios as well as studios in China, India and Italy.
Report 1: The Future of Amazon.com, Sept 2013
This report has a chart with a list of all of the movies submitted to Amazon Studios in 2013, the reviews, and how many were picked up.
“Launched in November 2010, Amazon Studios has been the company’s channel for the growth of original feature films and TV series. Since its launch, more than 14,000 movie and 4,000 series pilot scripts have been submitted to the studio” (pg 92).
— The Future of Amazon.com, Sept 2013
Report 2: Textbook Media and Internet Management, Jan 2010
This report discusses the movie production process from pre-production to post-production in a graphical chart. There is also a section that discusses production costs and a graph that shows the average production cost in US major studios from 1990 through 2007.
“The exceptionally high production cost of U.S.‐$ 200 million earned revenue of U.S.‐$ 1.8 billion. The production costs of the movie “Transformers” reached U.S.‐$ 150 million and the movie had earned more than U.S.‐$ 630 million after only two months. The investment risk is thus very low – even large productions considered as failures, such as “Water‐ world”, proved to be profitable in the long‐term” (pg 160).
— Textbook Media and Internet Management, Jan 2010
Report 3: The North American and Japanese Cinema, Jan 2015
With the intent to understand if the movie industry is on the decline, this report contains a chart of data showing total box office sales in millions from 2000 through 2014 as well as the percent change by year. There is a more specific chart that shows the average earnings per screen, average earnings per person and average earnings per movie from 2000 through 2014.
Report 4: Gaumont Sa-Annual Report, April 2015
This report discusses the French movie industry and has a section dedicated to the risk factors inherent to the film and broadcasting industry related to economics, competition in the movie sector, the television sector and the cartoon sector. There is also discussion on the risks related to marketing, technological changes, digitization, financing, production costs, intellectual property, litigation, and piracy.
— Gaumont Sa-Annual Report, April 2015
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