Wednesday, 16 November 2016

DNA 20 Questions

DNA Film Questions

1. The co-founders of DNA are Duncan Kenworthy and Andrew McDonald.
2. The company was founded in 1983.

3. DNA is based in London in the United Kingdom.
4. DNA have produced 21 films.
8. 5 box office hits made by DNA: Love Actually, The Last King Of Scotland, The History Boys, 28 Days Later and Notes On A Scandal.
9. 5 flop films made by DNA: Dredd, Never Let Me Go, Sunshine, Amelia and Shooting Someone.
10. Danny Boyle's relationship to DNA productions is a director for film such as 28 Weeks Later, 28 Days Later and Sunshine.
11. 3 famous directors DNA have worked with include Danny Boyle, Alex Garland and Richard Curtis.
12. 5 famous actors DNA have worked with include: Keira Knighley, Alan Rickman, Hugh Grant, James Corden and Judi Dench. 
13. Highest grossing film was Love Actually with a box office of $246.9 million.
15. One big blockbuster is 28 Days Later (2002), with a smaller budget of $8 million, but made $84.7 million in box office. This was followed in a sequel by 28 Weeks Later (2007) with a larger budget of $15 million and made a box office of $64.2 million.
16. DNA Films are most famous for producing and working on Love Actually in 2003. The film has a very well-known and high profile cast and has prompted many films to be made inspired by Love Actually.
17. The genres covered by DNA Films vary from musicals to romance, comedy, crime, drama, science fiction, horror and psychological thrillers.
18. DNA Films have a partnership with Fox Networks Group, which created DNA TV Limited.
19. DNA is run by Andrew Macdonald and Allon Reich, which is one of the most successful production companies in the UK. DNA has produced films such as Dredd 3D, Never Let Me Go, Love Actually, The Beach, 28 Days Later and 28 Weeks Later.
20. The new partnership for television, DNA TV Limited will produce dramas, comedies and limited series to be distributed worldwide.

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