Over the past five years, the Movie and Video Production industry has grappled with mounting film production costs. Moreover, in the five years to 2019, movie and video producers will struggle with generating sales volumes due to the advent of more distribution channels. While new distribution channels, particularly online content providers, will provide new opportunities for the industry, it may hamper traditional movie ticket sales volumes. Nevertheless, industry revenue will slightly grow, due to more film producers focusing on having a product portfolio of fewer films that fare well in the box office. While industry consolidation will constrain studio costs for many movie producers, thereby bolstering industry profitability, many film producers will still confront with high film costs, particularly for 3D film equipment.
This industry produces and distributes motion pictures and videos. It excludes third-party distributors and disc manufacturers, as well as products, such as television shows and made-for-TV movies that are aimed specifically toward television.
The report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five year industry forecast, growth rates and an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares.