Archive for July, 2012
…the current shifts in the indie world—fewer indie distributors, smaller acquisition deals, and less money financing indie, especially artier, fare—align with where the studios are headed. As financing indies has become tougher, indie filmmakers who might otherwise be making more challenging work have moved toward genre filmmaking. via Tribeca: Future of Film: As Hollywood Shifts, […]
NoBudge is completely free and features no ads on the site, save for ones from the films being shown. You don’t even have to sign up to check out what the site has it offer. It just… is. Link: Film Threat – Talking Indie Film Distribution With Nobudgefilms.com’s Kentucker Audley.
First of all, what is an Independent Film predator? They are less-than-legitimate indie film distributors that want to distribute your film. And unfortunately, there’s a bunch of ’em. Link: 4 Rules for Protecting your Independent Film from Predators.
A glance at the trades tells us everything we need to know about the current state of independent film distribution… it’s changing. http://cri.nyu.edu/the-changing-tide-of-digital-distribution-june-2012