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I got a chance to talk to two amazing filmmakers, Morgan Spurlock (Super Size Me, The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, 30 Days) and Richard Linklater (Waking Life, A Scanner Darkly, Dazed and Confused) about how they’re making films and television shows in a digital age.

“We have a much bigger stake in ownership with these kind of programs,” Morgan told me. Digital distribution is giving the creators a bigger stake in their own work.

Good stuff here.

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    Learn from this, fellow filmmakers
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    Good stuff here.
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    Here’s our feature profile of Morgan Spurlock from 2011: Morgan Spurlock: I’m With The Brand
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