Right click > delete Premiere :)
I think he said it right but they wrote it wrong: 20 hours min intensity, 100 *minutes* max intensity.
$240/yr to see the maybe 4 movies worth seeing on a big screen that come to theaters each year? Double that if you don't want to go see the movies alone. Yikes.
Why? Plenty of stills cameras that shoot great video as well. Seems only Canon can't provide decent video quality in their stills cameras. I'd guess more video content is produced on stills cameras than video cameras these days. More people are likely making a living using stills cameras to shoot video than people using video cameras to shoot video.
I'm actually re-watching them all for the first time in about 10 years. Back then I was a moody teenager who had never read the books and thought I knew everything about filmmaking and wanted to hate them. Now I'm watching with an open mind -- still haven't read the books yet. Have seen the first four again now and right now I think Goblet of Fire is my favorite followed by Sorcerer's Stone. Azkaban is third. I'm not quite sure why everyone says it's their favorite. It's good, but I'm guessing there's a bit of nostalgia for people remembering when the book took a more adult turn and since I'm watching it as an adult that doesn't have as much impact on me.
Start doing film and video work. Once you can't handle the workload on your own, raise your prices until you can afford to hire help. Once you have enough help and work coming in, rent a space for your business. Once your business has a bunch of money and projects that need specific things, build a facility. Boom. Now you're a major motion picture company.
Feel free to do those steps in whatever order makes the most sense. A "film production company" is pretty vague. It could be a single camera operator or it could be a huge corporation.