Break Out Indies // 3D Nausea // The Ubiquitous Camera // Indie Distribution // Originality
Gruvi Weekly Digest #38?— A weekly catch up on what we found interesting at Gruvi.
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What Types of Low Budget Films Break Out | American Film Market
This analysis focused on a total of 63 movies over a 15 year span. That is a little over 4 low-budget films a year manage to ‘break out’. And it turns out they have some things in common.
Stephen, Sales Lead
The growing pains of a rapidly expanding market are leading to serious consumer backlash, with both exhibitors and studios attempting to squeeze what they can from customers. After leapfrogging the cinema industry with over 80% of screens equipped with 3D technology, they have realised there are very few 3D films to show!
Franco, Digital Designer
How Many Photographs of You Are Out There In the World? | The Atlantic
Rose Eveleth went searching for an answer to the title question. I winding road, with even more questions raised in the process.
Mirona, Marketing Lead
Audiences complain they are tired of blockbuster sequels, yet indie film distribution is struggling to survive. Even big players, such as Harvey Weinstein, are readjusting their focus and approach in order to stay in the game.
Johnny, Lead Developer
What is truly original? And how often do you take Wikipedia for its word?
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