Blog Retrospective! TL;DR – For the immediate future, my online efforts are going to be focused on writing for Assistant Editors’ Bootcamp. In the meantime I’d look back at the last two years of blogging.
Business Insider (via Hollywood Reporter) is reporting that Netflix is getting into the Reality game with a slate of 20 upcoming shows. As I previously spectualated, Reality is an easier way for Netflix to build its catalog at a lower cost per hour. Although it remains to be seen how a Sly Stallone American Ninja […]
A whole lot of Netflix angst in the comments of these two recent articles about Netflix: The Netflix Backlash: Why Hollywood Fears a Content Monopoly Netflix plans to make half of its content original programming The gist of the Hollywood Reporter article is that Hollywood fears Netflix because Netflix is inserting its Silicon Valley ethos […]
As a New York based postproduction supervisor I spend a lot of time looking at budgets, quotes, and invoices. So recently I started to wonder how the cost of real estate in Manhattan compares to Los Angeles. And longterm, does the rising cost of real estate, combined with the inflexible space requirements of postproduction, threaten […]
The old world of making a film: I can’t do anything until I raise five million dollars. The new world: How can I start right now? With $50, $500, or $5,000. That was the most important lesson from Saturday’s very excellent Distribution U workshop held by Scott Kirsner and Peter Broderick at NYU Cantor Film […]