Posts By: Phil Contrino

IndieWire: Netflix Keeps Buying Great Movies, So It’s a Shame They’re Getting Buried

Here’s an excerpt from IndieWire writer David Ehrlich’s excellent column about the impact of Netflix on independent film: Netflix doesn’t help movies find an audience any more than it helps audiences find a movie (not that filmmakers ever have any idea how many people are watching their work on Netflix — the company refuses to… Read more »

NATO Launches Young Members Committee

Millennial isn’t a word. It’s a sentence. That’s meant as a reference to “Family isn’t a word. It’s a sentence,” the brilliant tagline for writer/director Wes Anderson’s The Royal Tenenbaums, a classic dramedy about family dysfunction. The point is simple: the word family comes with a loaded meaning that’s different for everyone. When people say… Read more »