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Published on Jun 27, 2014
The biggest manifestation of the new power of audiences is the crowdfunding of films, and that’s what much of the roundtable conversation focused on. What can today’s crowdfunding experiences tell us about the future of the industry?
Participants include: Anne Thompson - Founder & Editor-in-Chief of "Thompson on Hollywood" Ivan Askwith - Associate Producer of Veronica Mars (film) Gillian Robespierre - Writer & Director of Obvious Child Ted Hope - Head Of Motion Picture Production at Amazon Studios & former CEO of Fandor Marc Schiller - Founder & CEO of BOND Strategy Tim League - CEO of Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas & Drafthouse Films Sheri Candler - Director of Digital Marketing Strategy at The Film Collaborative Marc Hofstatter - Head of Film at Indiegogo
About this series: In the past, audiences were expected to like whatever was delivered to them and weren’t given a say in what kind of content they wanted to see. Today, there are fewer barriers to entry for filmmakers. Though finding an audience remains as big of a challenge as ever, audiences are beginning to get more involved in the creative process. Hollywood is long overdue for fundamental change. If we could redesign the film industry into the best possible system for the artists, the audience and the business, what would it look like?
About Reinvent: Reinvent gathers top innovators in video conversations to fundamentally reinvent our world.