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Thursday, January 24, 2013

Sundance Filmmakers Can Self-Distribute Films Online After Festival


via Mashable

The Sundance Film Festival, which kicked off last week in Park City, Utah, has long been one of the go-to events for filmmakers hoping to get their projects noticed by some of the industry's top players.

This year, the institute announced its partnership with an online video platform called Reelhouse, which filmmakers from the event can use to self-distribute their work online.

Isn’t this a Great Idea!??

January 24, 2013 in Art, Business, Film, Media, Web Culture | Permalink


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