The Future Of Content Delivery And Production

The Future Of Content Delivery And Production

PSFK talks to 'Nice Guy Johnny' director Edward Burns on the changing landscape of film production & distribution.

Kyle Studstill
  • 25 october 2010

In 2007, actor/director Edward Burns was the first to experiment with releasing a high-budget film using iTunes as a distribution channel, when his film Purple Violets premiered. His newest work, a romantic comedy titled Nice Guy Johnny, is set to be released tomorrow through digital channels only.
In a conversation with Edward we were able to capture his thoughts on how platforms like iTunes are impacting not just novice content producers but now high-profile studios as well.

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