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RE: Liberal Arts - Firefly - 09-17-2011 12:32 AM

who do we beg lol god?


RE: Liberal Arts - angiecakes1990 - 09-17-2011 12:39 AM

beg the company that made this film LOL to come out everywhere


RE: Liberal Arts - Firefly - 09-17-2011 12:54 AM

yeah lol
let's all swarm the comany with comments, posts, emails, and letters lol


RE: Liberal Arts - Fearless - 09-17-2011 02:15 AM

lol, they're inbox is going to be filled with e-mails


RE: Liberal Arts - angiecakes1990 - 09-17-2011 02:16 AM

yeah so they'll get the hint lol


RE: Liberal Arts - d. b. wilyumz - 09-17-2011 09:32 AM

(09-17-2011 12:39 AM)angiecakes1990 Wrote:  beg the company that made this film LOL to come out everywhere

It won't do any good. The independent production company that made this movie has no control over distrubution to theaters. A distributor has to buy the distribution rights and then sell the exhibition rights to local theaters. That's why making "indie" movies is such a gamble. Zac's own Me & Orson Welles wasn't picked up by a distributor and the producers had to basically pay the costs of showing the movie in about 100 theaters.

But a studio movie like Charlie St. Cloud (Universal Studios) is guaranteed wide distribution because the studio has its own distribution company. Same deal with The Lucky One (Warner Brothers).


RE: Liberal Arts - Zacefronitis - 09-17-2011 02:35 PM

just read up about this project, I remember reading he went to Ohio a while back, had no idea what for! let's hope it does get fed out to the public, but at least he only has a small role if it doesn't. if it was MAOW it would have been sad not to see it.


RE: Liberal Arts - mirandagirl - 09-17-2011 03:01 PM

(09-17-2011 09:32 AM)d. b. wilyumz Wrote:  
(09-17-2011 12:39 AM)angiecakes1990 Wrote:  beg the company that made this film LOL to come out everywhere

It won't do any good. The independent production company that made this movie has no control over distrubution to theaters. A distributor has to buy the distribution rights and then sell the exhibition rights to local theaters. That's why making "indie" movies is such a gamble. Zac's own Me & Orson Welles wasn't picked up by a distributor and the producers had to basically pay the costs of showing the movie in about 100 theaters.

But a studio movie like Charlie St. Cloud (Universal Studios) is guaranteed wide distribution because the studio has its own distribution company. Same deal with The Lucky One (Warner Brothers).
Indie movies can be good to win over Critic approval.


RE: Liberal Arts - Fearless - 09-17-2011 09:23 PM

some indie films do. hopefully, this movie will be released worldwide but it seems like it's impossible


RE: Liberal Arts - mirandagirl - 09-18-2011 04:36 PM

If it comes to select theaters like MOW did, then I'll be able to see it.