There are many virtual film festivals across the US and you don’t have to travel to be a part of one. The best part about virtual film festivals is that you don’t have to travel to attend them. You can watch from the comfort of… Read More »Virtual Film Festivals Are The Future! Here’s What You Need to Know
So Vimeo is dead… Now what? In the era of online video, Vimeo quickly became one of the top players. With a focus on quality and creative control, the site has been a favorite among independent filmmakers and video professionals. However, Vimeo has recently shifted… Read More »Vimeo is Dead! Now What?
On May 14th we published an article about how productions could expect to go back to work during the duration of this pandemic. Two and a half months later we are revisiting the subject to see how filmmakers have been implementing sanitation and social distancing… Read More »Filming so Far: A Look at Productions that Have Resumed during the Pandemic
After losing his parents, a priest travels to China, where he inherits a mysterious ability that allows him to turn into a dinosaur. At first horrified by this new power, a hooker convinces him to use it to fight crime. And ninjas. The VelociPastor is… Read More »Watch The VelociPastor (2019) Online Free
We have an exciting update: You can now comment on the films you watch. So, in addition to being able to provide numerical ratings to the films, you can also leave a more detailed review explaining your thoughts on the film. You can also earn… Read More »FilmocraNews: Written Reviews, Popcorn Tipping, What’s New and Trending
The industry is itching to get back into production, but how do we do so without jeopardizing the cast and crew’s health? Studios, production companies, unions, and guilds have been discussing possible solutions. Strict guidelines must be put in place and enforced to ensure safety… Read More »How Film & TV Productions Can Safely Return to Work Post-Pandemic
Genre is crucial to the storytelling process. Especially in today’s competitive marketplace. So many films are made each year but only a portion make it to theaters or online streaming. That’s why filmmakers need to understand different genres to reach the right audience.
Filmocracy has been chosen as 1 of 8 startups to take part in Startup Boost’s 2020 Spring Cohort! We’re very excited to be working with Blake, Mark, and Tania to take Filmocracy to the next level! The Spring Cohort will run from April 14 –… Read More »Filmocracy is joining Startup Boost Spring 2020
Until further notice, the QUIET FILM FESTIVAL is postponed indefinitely while the covid-19 epidemic shuts down businesses across the nation. The event was originally planned for April 17th, 2020 at the Bohemian Beer Garden in Queens. The Quiet Film Festival is a new media experience… Read More »Quiet Film Festival 2020 Postponed
Reimagining the Future of Streaming The Paradox of Choice While more than 13,000 films were made in 2018 (it’s been increasing since 2002), only 700+ receive distribution deals. People complain that there’s nothing to watch when in reality we’re in the golden age of content.… Read More »Filmocracy Begins