We are at the beginning of a transitional moment in the short-film industry, said David Straus, CEO and co-founder of Withoutabox.com, an 8-year-old Los Angeles outfit that has helped 150,000 independent filmmakers market their films using the Internet.
It's not just that people can download them and see films online, it's that filmmakers are learning what they can do to reach out to audiences themselves.
(from SF Gate
). I put my brief thoughts about this on my LA Acting blog
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