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IMPORTATION OF FOREIGN FILMS AND ITS EFFECTS

TO THE LOCAL FILM INDUSTRY:

Basis for Intervention

An Undergraduate Thesis Proposal

presented to the Faculty of

College of Arts and Sciences

University Of Mindanao

Davao City

In Partial Fulfillment

of the Requirement in

BC 43 THESIS IN BROADCASTING

by:

Carla Regina Inso

Jayvee Art Daling

Bernard Rupa

OCTOBER 2009

Acknowledgment

The researchers would like to extend their heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to all people behind the compilation of this study.

To their instructors, Professor Khristine Marie Concepcion, adviser and grammarian Professor Mary Ann Tarusan for the knowledge and ideas that they had heartily imparted.

To their loving parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie and Marissa Inso, Mr. and Mrs. Artemio and Lilia Daling, Mr. and Mrs. Avenadab and Linda Rupa, for their undying love and support, especially in terms of financial support in order for this study to become successful.

To their relatives, friends and classmates, especially to the Mass Communication students, for their inexorable encouragement just to make this study possible and for their assistance;

Above all, to the Almighty Father, for the strength and wisdom, that he has given to each of the researchers in order for them to pursue their study and make it possible and successful.

C. D. I.

J. A. D.

B. D. R.

Approval Sheet

This thesis entitled, “Importation of Foreign Films and its Effects to the local Film Industry: Basis for Intervention” prepared and submitted by Carla Regina Inso, Jayvee Art Daling, and Bernard Rupa in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the subject BC 43 (Thesis in Broadcasting), has been examined, approved and is hereby endorsed.

Mary Ann Tarusan. Ed. D

Research Adviser

Panel Examiners

Approved by the Research Panel with a grade of ___________

Guillermo B. Bonghanoy, M.A Math

Research Validation Panel

Prof. Khristine Marie Concepcion

Research Instructor

Prof. Mary Ann Tarusan

Research Adviser

Approved and Accepted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the subject BC 43 (Thesis in Broadcasting).

Gerlieta S. Ruiz, PH.D

Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

Table of Contents

Page

Title Page……………………………………………i

Acknowledgment……………………………………………ii

Approval Sheet……………………………………………iii

Chapter 1

Introduction ……………………………………………1

Statement of the Problem……………………………………………4

Significance of the Study……………………………………………5

Review of Related Literature……………………………………6

Chapter 2

Method

Research Design…………….………………………..........20

Chapter 3

Results and Discussions

Reasons for Importation ……………………………………………22

Effects of Importation……………………………………………67

Intervention……………………………………………72

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http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/search/article/id/100074239/, December 15, 2008

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http://www.iht.com/articles/20007/02/11/yourmoney/movies12.php/, December 15, 2007

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http://goliath.ecnext.com/coms2/gi_0199-5126304/, 2009

Kuo, H (2006) Tax on importing foreign films needs to weigh tax fairness,

http://www.google.com/, January 05,2009

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