This bleak future is the direction the industry is pointed in, but even if it arrives it will not last. Once movies can no longer be defined by technology, you unmask powerful fundamentals—the timelessness, the otherworldliness, the shared experience of these narratives.

Christopher Nolan

The Oscar nominated filmmaker shares his thoughts on the future of film. 


What we really need is a changed film culture that views online self-releases not with disdain, as second-rate work, but with curiosity. If films that do not receive theatrical distribution are legitimized, so to speak, we’ll find films with more success in this realm, and may even begin to see filmmakers opting to go this route as opposed to trying to sell their film.

Zachary Wigon 

Our Zachary Wigon asks: “how do you solve a problem like indie film market saturation