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your audience & you

your audience & you

the original version of this post was my “Geek’s Grotto” from May 17th of last year – the episode where Charlie Capen from HowToBeADad.com joined us. the entire 50 minute episode appears at the bottom of this post and you can subscribe to the iTunes podcast by clicking here. audience is something i’ve talked about […]

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the post-channel driven world

the post-channel driven world

interesting things going on in superfreako-land lately. Denny’s been busy with Reducation. Kendall leaves for a month-long hula gig on a cruise ship in October and i’m trying to wrap up the edit for “tuesday morning” – but everywhere around me i see the signs of really interesting things in our segment of the industry […]

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the signal & the noise

the signal & the noise

this post is the general transcript of a segment from the first We Make Movies Film Geeks podcast. click here to see the original post or click here to subscribe to the brand new podcast feed on iTunes or watch the video at the bottom of this post. this past decade we’ve witnessed innovation after […]

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sundance news

New Distribution

Taking the advice of every business person who knows what they’re taking about in the entire film industry, as we head through development and into fundraising and pre-production on our feature film Ms. Young I am researching for a plan for marketing and distribution. We’re in a weird time though, as distribution is changing so […]

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Production Budgets, Profitability and YOU

Here’s a fantastic article from the good people at Thompson on Hollywood with last years box office, including estimated production budgets so you can get a sense of profitability. A few tidbits I found particularly interesting: ” … two entries in a successful series – the latest installments of ‘Underworld’ and ‘Resident Evil,’ though decent, were […]

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Kony 2012 – the good, the bad & the indifferent

so i’m just going to assume you’ve already heard of this Joseph Kony guy by now. even though a week ago you probably had not heard of him – i sure hadn’t until a couple days ago – you really can’t escape him and the organization that’s been making him famous in the US over […]

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the death of the internet … ?

the death of the internet … ?

is it evil of me to have a sort of automatic joyful emotional response when i read this? “History shows that in the face of new technology, those who adapt their business models don’t just survive, they prosper. Technology advances, and no laws can preserve markets that have been passed by.” Google chairman Eric Schmidt […]

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the floodgates are opening

the floodgates are opening

is it just me or are the floodgates starting to open up for indie content creators already? Mark Suster from Both Sides of the Table (amongst others) has been predicting the day would come for a while, but just yesterday, both the New York Times and Tubefilter came out with articles with news both interesting […]

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