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Technicolor looking to link indie filmmaking talent

by Gina Hall.

So there are platforms to raise funds for your film and platforms to distribute your film. But what about one to get it made? Anyone who’s embarked upon making a film, documentary or webseries knows that getting everyone together to “put on a show” is easier said than done.

That’s where Technicolor is stepping in. The company, that is primarily known around town for its post-production services, is building a platform called  Creative District. According to its pre-beta site, it’s a “professional network for film and media makers to collaborate. Find a camera, hire an editor, or find your next gig. Get the support you need to complete your project and to take your career to the next level.”

Read the rest of this article from Biz Journals.

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