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Rossman's second Oscar paper is about audiences and prizes. Some producers really want to win Oscars.Single Club

These producers would also, presumably, like to make money. The problem is that audiences don't like most movies that are "Academy Award movies" -- here defined as late-year releases about serious subjects (like AIDS, slavery, or technological dystopia) -- so the business of making an Oscar-y movie is high-risk with dubiously high reward.from star love fun

Rossman explains it well:Meet New Friends

It turns out that audiences dislike movies that are *trying* to get Oscar nominations but really like movies that actually *get* Oscar nominations. By inference, if there were no Oscars to drive box office towards them, there would be far fewer movies about historical protagonists overcoming oppression. Dating

Indeed, it looks like Hollywood basically nails it since they make exactly the right number of Oscar-targeted movies that the two effects balance out on average.madpink

To the victors go the spoils, kind of.bike high sea

Best Picture winners can expect a 22 percentraise in box office after a nomination and another 15 percent bump if they win, according to IBISWorld. 你的故事你的歌

But the financial calculations probably miss the best reasons to try to make an Oscar movie: To win accolades within the industry, to win access to stars who can make you more money down the line and, just maybe, to bask in the honor of making a truly great film. felicity520
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