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This in depth documentary explores the impact of digital distribution on the filmed entertainment industry, specifically from the perspective of the indie filmmaker.

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Featuring original interviews with industry insiders across the Hollywood spectrum, the film seeks to identify the challenges and threats, but most importantly the opportunities for the current generation of "indieboomers". Produced in collaboration with UCLA Group G. Written by Huntly and Anabelle Munro

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Digital distribution: Gold-rush or pipe-dream? A Must Watch for all filmmakers of the new digital generation.

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