The real indie film perspective backlash to Mark Gill's "sky is falling" speech has officially begun
My post from earlier today.
Anthony Kaufman's post re: the 20 year anniversary of Zeitgeist Films (to whom a gross of $1 million is a success story, as it would be - probably, provide expenses were less than that - to most small businesses in America), just saw it up on the web a minute ago.
This of course is in no way a hard critique of Gill's advice, knowledge or experience (at least that's not what I am doing), I am sure he is well qualified to offer the indiewood sector of the industry advice on improving their business, but the "sky falling" to them is largely irrelevant to real indie films like Yeast, White Lies, Black Sheep, Quiet City, etc. & their makers or indie filmmakers that operate in that realm - the real indie world (also the realm that I & the vast majority of indie filmmakers/real indie filmakers operate in).