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Crisis of Representation: Why Independent Filmmakers Still Need Agents and Managers

Madeline Brewster in Cam (courtesy of Netflix)

“If you want to work in Hollywood, you must have representation,” says one industry veteran. That’s been a longstanding rule in the entertainment business for the past several decades. Despite the battle between the Writers Guild of America (WGA) and…  Read more

By Jun 19, 2019

The Most Valuable Lessons

Candace Reckinger with her mentor, Shirley Clarke

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By Jun 19, 2019

Glitches in the Matrix

Homo Economicus

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By Jun 19, 2019

Digital Haves and Have-Nots: Disappearing SVOD Deals and Independent Film

Chris Galust and Lauren “Lolo” Spencer in Give Me Liberty, courtesy of Sundance Institute

Subscription streaming services are dominating the independent film marketplace—in more ways than you think.  Yes, Amazon dropped nearly $50 million at Sundance to buy several movies, and Netflix spent another $25 million in the days and weeks that followed. Beyond…  Read more

By Mar 14, 2019


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