Have you ever had this thought: If I make my movie, I will sell it at Sundance and live happily ever after?
If you have, you are not alone. The vast majority of first time feature filmmmakers dream of fame and fortune. It is what motivates them to make the impossible, possible. And while these delusions of grandeur coupled with advances in affordable production technology has made filmmaking accessible, it has also flooded the market.
The supply of these cheaply produced movies has surpassed demand. The days of HUGE upfront cash advances are over. Hollywood does not care about your movie and neither does the traditional sales agent who claims he can get you into iTunes.
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