Yet another interesting article from the NY Times about the ever-changing entertainment industry. This is why we’re making our documentary!
As home-entertainment revenue declined in the last five years, studios reduced spending on scripts from new writers, cut junior staff positions and severely curtailed deals with producers who once provided entry-level positions for film school graduates. Yet applications to university film, television and digital media programs surged in the last few years as students sought refuge from the weak economy in graduate schools and some colleges opened new programs.
I don’t usually let people in the kitchen before the meal’s cooked, but the clocks have sprung forward and I’m feeling like sharing. As I was cutting this last night I thought I’d entered a time warp when I suddenly sped through an hour while working.
It honestly feels like that sometimes when editing.
Anyway, there’s no color correction or sound work here — it’s just a window into how things are progressing with our feature documentary Click Here.
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Whether you are a veteran storyteller, new to the industry, or just someone who enjoys good entertainment, it’s no secret that the landscape of filmmaking has changed. Double7 Images and martha’s seed entertainment are embarking on a documentary journey in “CLICK HERE” that will provide an intimate look at the current anatomy of creating a project.