Posts Tagged ‘Hollywood
…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, […]
From the “Paranormal Activity” team: via Industry Shocker: ‘Insidious’ Is the Most Profitable Film of 2011 – The Hollywood Reporter.
Who woulda thunk it? Art-house films find a colder welcome in L.A. – latimes.com.
Very good insights here not only to problems but also to what’s needed to fix some of them. 38 More Ways The Film Industry Is Failing Today | Truly Free Film.
After your film is made, raising 10 million for advertising isn’t enough. Figure 40 million. Interview with Scott Hillenbrand Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies – Film Threat.
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Prime example here is Clash of the Titans. I wasn’t really thrilled even with the original. Sounds like the remake is even less thrilling. When a movie is “fine for what it is.” – Indie Eye – Blogs – IFC.com.
is Hitting Theaters Soon via viral release. This is another of those “Is it real, or faked?” films. via FirstShowing.net.
I can’t imagine something more damaging to a film’s prospects than a bad review in Variety. Interesting claim of “entrapment” of a sort. Movie Review Leads to Suit Against Variety – NYTimes.com.
Wow! I thought Hollywood was doing better than ever! On the other hand, less major studio titles per year has to mean less ad revenue, etc. I remeber going to Hamilton News Mart weekly to pick up that huge Variety paper of the 60’s and 70’s. Variety Drops Chief Film and Theater Critics | The […]