With digital filmmaking becoming increasingly mainstream, a new wave of filmmakers are taking their talents to the next level.
From directors to producers, actors to cinematographers, it seems like every genre is being rediscovered in this new wave.
As we mentioned before, the most exciting of the new wave is that of the independent filmmakers.
These filmmakers are creating their own content and pushing the boundaries of what a mainstream film can achieve.
From documentaries to short films to feature films, the new generation of filmmakers is making their mark on the industry.
We are not only seeing the birth of a new generation in the film world, but also the birth in the filmmaking world of new ideas and new genres.
So what are the biggest trends in the industry right now?
Well, let’s start with the biggest.
The rise of indie filmThe rise of independent films is a growing trend in the documentary world, and not only in the form of feature films but also short films and short-form documentaries.
The growing popularity of these new independent films comes as no surprise to us.
As a director, you are probably aware of the importance of a budget, and the more budgets you have, the more time you have to focus on your story and the story you want to tell.
There are plenty of examples of successful indie films on YouTube and Amazon, including: “The Road to The End”, “Carry On”, “My Wife’s Last Day”, “No Way Out”, “In the End”, and many more.
In 2017, Netflix released “The Unsinkable Molly Brown”, a documentary that tells the story of Molly Brown, a young woman who was diagnosed with cancer and lost the use of her left hand after a surgery.
In her final days, Molly’s parents gave her a gift that will forever be etched into her memory: a small plastic bag that is still in her family.
This film was released on Netflix and became one of the best-selling documentaries of 2017.
In 2018, the documentary “Barefoot in Brooklyn” made it to number 1 on the American Film Institute’s annual list of best documentaries of 2018.
In 2019, “No More Mr. Nice Guy” became one the most-watched documentaries in history, and was nominated for a Golden Globe Award.
In 2020, “A Shot of You” was nominated by the American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as one of its best documentaries ever.
And in the year 2020, a documentary about the rise of the Occupy Wall Street movement in New York City was nominated in the Academy Awards for Best Documentary Feature.
The rise in the popularity of short filmsThe popularity of the short film movement has been on the rise in recent years.
The popularity of this medium is only partly explained by the increasing availability of the internet and social media, but in part, it is due to the increasing importance of storytelling.
It is no secret that film is a medium that has been used to tell stories for a long time.
But now, we are seeing a resurgence of this storytelling medium.
In the year 2019, we saw the rise and popularity of indie short films on Vimeo, where more than 1.6 million people watched more than 700,000 short films.
In 2016, Vimeo made it possible for creators to make films and upload them to Vimeo for free.
The growth in the number of people uploading films and sharing them on VHS and other digital platforms is only going to continue.
In 2018, there were nearly 3,000 films released on VOD and other video-on-demand platforms.
The number of films that were released on YouTube, which is now one of most popular platforms for filmmaking, increased by over 600% to more than 7.7 million videos in 2019.
The increasing popularity of video sharing platforms like YouTube and Vimeo is not only driving new films and filmmakers, but the industry as a whole is taking notice.
We have seen an increase in the numbers of independent filmmakers making their films available to the public.
It’s a trend that is gaining momentum.
It means that more people are interested in watching films on their computers and mobile devices.
But it also means that the industry is beginning to embrace the importance and potential of this new medium.
This means that, more and more, filmmakers are going to be able to get their work out into the world.
As for the biggest trend in filmmaking?
The rise in shorter films.
This trend has been happening for a while now, and now the trend is becoming a reality.
In fact, it’s already become a reality for some filmmakers, and it’s only going forward that filmmakers will continue to make their films shorter.
In 2021, the year we celebrate the 20th anniversary of The Art of the Short, The Short Film Festival launched.
It has now been more than 25 years since The Art Of The Short first premiered, and today, it has become a staple of the festival.
The Short Festival celebrates filmmakers who are working to preserve and make longer films. The short