Most releses have the 'movie poster'-text on the back cover.
On Bad Times At The El Royale this text starts with:
Twentieth Century Fox present a Goddard Textiles production a film by...
There is no Goddard Textiles logo printed on the cover. The 20th Century Fox logo is printed on the cover.
I think this is wrong. This is info for the film page.
The wording in the guidelines could probably be a bit more clear:
Companies - Enter the names and roles of the companies involved in creating and releasing this film.
Maybe better would be something like: ... and releasing this release/object/DVD/Blu-ray/etc.
What is correct? Any thoughts?
My opinion leans towards yours as I usually skip that section of information on the release because the same information should be on the film page. Then again, I don't see it hindering anything being there, but they should be labeled properly as Presenter and Production respectively.
A lot of the wording in the guidelines need work. The site also needs a glossary to define the terms used. Is the film the conceptual art or the medium on which it has been recorded? The word is defined as both in a dictionary, which one does the site refer to? Is a film a release? Production companies release films, right? It seems obvious to me, but others seem to get confused.
This one is interesting:
One user added the production company Bill/Phillips from the "movie-poster"-text.
falsepriest removed this production company and wrote this:
removed Bill/Phillips as production company as this info is better suited to the Film page
@falsepriest: Any chance for a comment or rule here?