SUNDANCE AND ITUNES, SHORTS LOVE FOR $2 A DOWNLOAD

SUNDANCE AND ITUNES, SHORTS LOVE FOR $2 A DOWNLOAD

Wired.com is reporting that the Sundance Film Festival is partnering with iTunes to offer 38 of the 2007 festival’s short films via podcast for $2 a download.

The question becomes: who gets this money? Do the shorts filmmakers get a cut? As a form of digital distribution, did the shorts filmmakers sell their rights? Finally, are these the same short films that will appear on the Sundance website during the festival for free online viewing? Guess we’ll have to wait for the official press release, or…

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Posted on January 12, 2007 in News by
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