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Red Herring ran a series of articles on the future of Hollywood recently. One that caught PSFK's attention was an article about how off-Hollywood productions are using new, cheaper tools...

Red Herring ran a series of articles on the future of Hollywood recently. One that caught PSFK’s attention was an article about how off-Hollywood productions are using new, cheaper tools and advanced distribution systems to teach the entertainment capital a few lessons:

Now, with a good PC, some video editing software, and a high-definition (HD) camera, quality movies are becoming easier to make. Unrestrained by legacy distribution systems, small-time filmmakers can easily post their work online for audiences of millions, proving that Tinseltown’s aversion to digital media isn’t due to technological shortcomings.

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