It's Community Time! - Film Annex News
Happy weekend everybody!
News flash! All Web TV channels now have community sections just like Film Annex, meaning people can register to your Web TV and become a part of your community. This gives you the opportunity to get to know your followers better and interact with them. We also added new categories to our community sections and have pretty much all professions from photographers to stylists on there. So say you're shooting a film and you need a costume designer. Just go to your community section and message all the costume designers who like your work already! All users have to do is to click on the register button when they go to your Web TV. Don't hesitate to contact us at [email protected] if you have any questions about this new feature.
And now, our picks for the week.
Jake Wynne is a London-based director and editor whose work includes commercials, music videos, short and feature films. His short film ‘DID’ was recently featured on our platform and tells the story of a young man suffering from Dissociative Identity Disorder.
If you were left alone in a car in a dark parking lot, would you panic? In our featured short Flowers, left all by herself after an argument with her boyfriend, Claire has to make a drastic decision in order to feel safe again. With promising young actors and an impressive directorial work, this short reflects the talent of filmmaker, Jack Tew, who is also based in London.
Our Web TV recommendation this week is a fifteen-episode serial from the 1930s. Dick Tracy TV follows the adventures of a clever police detective fighting against the villain, Spider. Still popular today thanks to its human quality and emotional moments, Dick Tracy was the first example of police mysteries.
Lastly, we wanted to highlight our revenue share model once again, since many of you were asking about it. Here it is:
An article published in the Wall Street Journal highlights the YouTube revenue share with one-hit wonders. It’s mentioned that a user-generated video called "David After Dentist" which received 28 million views on YouTube made approximately $10,000. Taking into consideration the Film Annex CPM, a video with 28 million views on the Film Annex Network would make $85-90K. You can see further details on our traffic on http://www.quantcast.com/filmannex.com
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