Why The Cinema Experience Needs to Change [repost]

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Via: zizzybaloobah on flickr This is a repost from November 2010 but a recent post by Mark Mayerson over on his blog brought it back to my attention….

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On The Topic of the Aul Sins of Piracy

Monday, July 30, 2012

  Via: All Movie Photo Brown Bag Films CEO Cathal Gaffney recently published a piece in the Irish Independent with the terribly misleading title of “Giving Up Yer…

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The One and Only Reason We Don’t See More Diverse Animated Films

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

 The Secret of Kells most definitely counts as diverse animation. On Sunday, Nora Lumiere posted a very passionate call to arms with a wonderful post that expounded the…

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Fast Company Profiles Disney’s Rich Ross (and Misses the Point)

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Fast Company recently ran a profile on Rich Ross, the current head of the Walt Disney Studios (i.e. the division that actually makes the films). The article itself…

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An Open Letter To Mr. Tom Lowe

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Not that I want to keep coming back to the same topic, but waaaay down in the comments for Amid’s recent post on Cartoon Brew about making money…

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Cartoon Brew On Monetizing Your Content

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Amid over at Cartoon Brew has an insightful piece on English animator Bob Godfrey and the attempts being made to make money from his works. It plays almost…

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The Only Surefire Way To Make Money From Your Film In The Internet Age

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

With the rise of the internet, the media and entertainment landscapes have been irrevocably changed. Gone are the days when getting people to see your film meant cajoling…

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Is Animation Really Killing the Movie Business?

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Exhibit A, this quote from an article by Mark Harris in GQ Magazine (I profusely apologise, I would never consider linking  to, much less blogging about, an article…

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