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“Can the Web save indie filmmaking?”

That is what Paul Sweeting from Content Agenda asks. 

Includes an interesting quote from Bob Alexander, president of Indiepix (an online distributor of independent movies with “generous revenue sharing”).  “I think the economic changes in the theatrical distribution system are permanent and it’s going to be very hard to get them to work for independent films at this point.”

Alexander goes on to suggest, at this time, the web is better for marketing and audience building than distribution and the DVD is still king. 

Read the entire article here.

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