The Panic Button: Push or Ponder?

The sky fell, companies collapsed, and the industry spent much of the year with one hand on the panic button. So, where do we go from here? Is this the end or simply a transition? Of the questions that besiege the industry today (content, distribution, its very identity), maybe the most fundamental is what kind of movies we want to makeā€¦and see. Today we ask for a vision of the future; for new models that foster the health, diversity and creativity of independent filmmaking.

Credits

Ted Hope
Panelist
Michael Barker
Panelist
Jonathan Sehring
Panelist
Peter Broderick
Panelist
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