State of Cinema: Steven Soderbergh‘s keynote (video) at the 56th San Francisco International Film Festival - AVS Forum
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Old 04-30-2013, 04:44 PM - Thread Starter
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Video link; http://vimeo.com/65060864

The transcript is an easier way to get what he is conveying; http://www.deadline.com/2013/04/steven-soderbergh-state-of-cinema-address/#more-486368
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Very interesting. Not much new or compelling info, but still very interesting.

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Very interesting. Not much new or compelling info, but still very interesting.

I found this part to be the most interesting:
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In 2003, 455 films were released. 275 of those were independent, 180 were studio films. Last year 677 films were released. So you’re not imagining things, there are a lot of movies that open every weekend. 549 of those were independent, 128 were studio films. So, a 100% increase in independent films, and a 28% drop in studio films, and yet, ten years ago: Studio market share 69%, last year 76%. You’ve got fewer studio movies now taking up a bigger piece of the pie and you’ve got twice as many independent films scrambling for a smaller piece of the pie. That’s hard. That’s really hard.

Looky here!
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