It seems like the movie business is open for just about any entity to hop on board and offer services for the filmmaker. Even Walmart is rumored to be boarding the movie streaming train. But when Apple signed a deal with A24 to amp up its intention to offer original content to viewers, lots of filmmakers stopped in their tracks to listen.
A24 is a distribution, financing, development and production company whose
prestige credits include 2017’s Best Picture Oscar winner Moonlight.
Per the linked Deadline article below, "...it's is the biggest move to date in the film space for Apple’s worldwide video operation, run by former Sony TV toppers Jamie Erlicht and Zack Van Amburg."
As more and more streaming opportunities become available, it seems the space for offering content isn't so small anymore.
Or is it?
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