Archive of all blog posts tagged 'distribution'

2015


To Leap Over The Wall Dept. (2015/03/28 10:00)
Why "DIY or die" may not cut it anymore.

2014


The Pixel Factory Dept. (2014/11/12 10:00)
On Pixar's alleged slide into crass commercialism.

Apres Le Deluge, Quoi? Dept. (2014/01/18 10:00)
If you think of the artist as a person, an individual, you're less likely to construct your business around treating him with contempt.

2013


A Bland Apart Dept. (2013/11/19 10:00)
On culture being a tasteless affair (puns intended).

The World Crashes In, Into My Living Room Dept. (2013/05/23 10:00)
Why the pipeline that deliver us the culture we have to live with is failing us.

Out Of The Vaults And Into Our Hard Drives Dept. (2013/04/06 10:00)
Why I still love me some physical media, even when downloads are that much more convenient.

2010


The Pipeline Wins Again Dept. (2010/06/01 04:19)
An interview with producer Richard Zanuck, mostly about Jaws and Alice in Wonderland, sported this incredibly telling phrase: We had a date long before we started, a release date. The picture was actually booked in thousands of theaters long before...

Foreign And Domestic Dept. (2010/03/26 11:45)
Roger Ebert reviews the new Bong Joon-Ho (The Host) movie Mother (word is uniformly excellent) and has some totally smack-dab-in-the-dead-center-of-the-target things to say about movies of this ilk: [It is] an adult film, not in the sense that it contains...


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