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Initial audience research was socially motivated with psychologists and sociologists recognising that film could be an effective research tool. The films themselves were not being investigated, they were merely used to draw in members of the public in order to collect data (Jones and Conrad, 1930). Attempts to ascertain consumer demand only really came about with the recognition that using film as an efficient method of social research necessitated the identification of the interests and preferences of the audience.
The majors’ domination of the distribution sector continues to cause problems for non-Hollywood filmmakers. The additional problems which non-English speaking countries have in relation to language and culture are merely asides to the question of industrial organisation and market awareness. It is upon these areas that national policy makers are concentrating their efforts to increase the commercial success of the global film industry and loosen the stronghold that America currently has over this market.
For example, Kirk Jones, the writer/ director of Waking Ned (1998) sought production finance from one of the 37 38 C H A P T ER 2: The Origins and Development of the Film Industry US majors, but turned down the offer as it would have meant compromising on casting to a greater extent than he felt desirable (Jones, 1998). Another example is the Neil Jordan film, We’re No Angels (1989), where Jordan felt that the final film had been edited to such an extent that it no longer remained the film that he shot (Jordan, 1997).