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Revising the 1999 Oscars

In a world where movies rely on marketing more than ever to connect with audiences, one podcast aims to make sense of it all…

What’s in this episode?

Sorry, Shakespeare in Love. With 20 years of hindsight, we can now more confidently say what movies should have really won Oscars in 1999.

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Show Notes

We look at the following elements when deciding what works or doesn’t work for each movie’s marketing efforts. The categories and marketing initiatives will make more sense when you listen to the podcast…

MARKETING CATEGORY – MOVIE POSTERS

Even though we’re judging movies in this episode by their impact on our personal lives and how they’ve stood up over time, it’s important to take into account the marketing efforts that helped drive perceptions of them. Here are some of the movies that made our “Oscar-Worthy” lists…

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