Food for Thought

Changing The Face of Cinema

  • wonderhatch
  • Jan 03, 2022

The film industry is in a state of transition. Most of its prominent players have either been bought out or transformed into cash-generating media conglomerate entities. The old guard, including studios, production houses and distributors, have become obsolete as new players enter the market with unique approaches to marketing and distribution.

Citizen Kane is an example of this change in the film industry wrought by factors beyond its control. When Citizen Kane was released back in 1941, it heralded a new era for Hollywood. The rise of independent filmmaking and digital release systems would help make up for the then-nascent Hollywood’s lackluster distribution options. But these changes have not been enough for many big names in the industry to change course and embrace their new opportunities. Fortunately, there is a way to change the film industry by creating difficulty, time and resources.

The Advancement of Disruption

In this article, we will look at how the film industry is progressing in terms of disruption and what can be done about it. We will see that the majority of major film studios find it extremely difficult to acquire new sources of revenue and that they have instead turned their back on the business of distribution. Then, we will examine the rise of the internet and its role in changing the film industry. By creating disruption, we can create new sources of revenue, increase average revenue per film and achieve strategic goals by selling off assets that would otherwise be needed for new business models or by closing old ones that are no longer profitable. In this case, the studio system and distribution system are being challenged as new players are entering the market with unique approaches to marketing and distribution. This disruption is being felt particularly strongly in the creative arts, where traditional studios have been trying to survive in an increasingly digital world.

The Rise of Internet Film

As this article focuses on the film industry, it is worth looking at the current state of affairs in the entertainment industry in general. Let’s start with the most impactful new film of the year: The Internet’s “Super Bowl” advertising campaign. The ad campaign, which shows Internet users watching live television through a pay-per-view (PPV) system, was created to increase awareness of the availability of premium video offerings through the internet. It is a fascinating look at the potential of the internet to disrupt many of the industries it is intended to help.

Video On Demand

The video on demand (VOD) initiative has seen the advent of leading video download services such as Amazon’s Prime Video and Netflix’s video on demand platform. These services allow users to watch video as it’s being created or uploaded by people who have theWhere to Watch video

The Internet as a Disruptive Environment

One of the most significant developments in the film industry in the past year has been the advent of the internet as a disruptive environment. There are a number of industries, including the film industry, that have been dealing with an ability to increase their profits during a time of economic uncertainty. By creating an environment where uploads and downloads can be accelerated and where there is an ability to disrupt the commercial model, the internet has been able to revolutionize the film industry. This has created a new and exciting landscape for the industry, which we will examine in more detail below.

Change in the Media Industry by difficulty, time and resources: What can be done?

In the sections below, we will look at five of the film industry’s most challenging challenges. The first is financing and production, which will be discussed below. The next is distribution and marketing, which will be covered in depth in the next section. Finally, we will finish the discussion with what can be done about it, which will conclude this series.


To change the film industry, it is first and foremost necessary to create difficulty, time and resources. In this case, that means creating a new and challenging project for both the studio and distributor. In order to make a significant impact, a new project must be created that is difficult, unusual, and unique in the sense that it would take a new organization many years to achieve success with traditional methods.