How we view films in part determines what we think of them. If we see them on a big screen, we expect to see a big movie. If they are on a small screen, we expect good, but not as good as "big". But what do we expect on an even smaller screen – or more precisely, the internet?
Media Moguls, Inc., the company that I founded (full disclosure) some years ago is banking on the fact that you will begin to see big in small places. What do I mean by this?
After some years of visiting, teaching at, and attending film festivals and other events that host independent films, I began to realize that there is a surplus of "big" films out there that do not ever see the light of day. Along with a small band of rebellious geniuses, we decided to up the ante of what is available out there in cyberspace and create a true virtual marketplace, where filmmakers make money on their works through a direct exchange between them and their audience.
Over the coming months, along with my regular reviews, I will actively and honestly review films on the Media Moguls Network and encourage you to support the filmmakers in any way that you can. You may choose to donate dollars to them, simply pay a buck or so to view their film, or leave them a comment of support and encouragement. If you are a filmmaker and wish to be a part of this network, feel free to contact me, email@example.com; and I will personally assist you.
For more info: Visit http://mogulsinc.com.