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Jon Reiss, Sherry Candler, Orly Ravid & The Film Collaborative have been doing a tremendous service for the global film community for some time now releasing books that are free to download and address the core problems the indie film world are facing. But they just took it up another step. [...]
“The Internet In Real Time” is a must see for anyone who has pondered this question. If there is any doubt that making films NOW is something entirely different from THEN (aka before the internet), “The Internet In Real Time” should demonstrate that we are in the Era Of Distraction. Or is the Time Of Abundance Culture? Whatever we refer to it, it demonstrates the challenge is now one of time allocation and prioritization. With so many things coming at everyone, how do we get them to watch our work? Maybe a good start is to stop reading this post and watch a movie instead.
As a great compliment — whether planned or not — to Marc Schiller’s recent post on Current Trends On Indie Film Online Marketing And Distribution, VHX has released a nicely present set of stats on their platform including:
- How Much?
You have to check it out if you are in the Indie Film Biz.
Marc Schiller has posted a Must Read on where Indie Film is right now. It works as a “Recommended Best Practices” document when it comes to TVOD (transactional video on demand). It would be great if there was the data attached to back up the claims, but from an instinctual perspective, I think he gets it right.