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FilmSnobbery Podcast – Episode 8


This jam-packed episode of The FilmSnobbery Podcast examines the business reasons behind the imminent closure of the Film Struck streaming service, gets into the nitty-gritty of why someone can’t just come out of the blue and acquire the service as some people have suggested on social media and talk about how a poorly designed platform, coupled with a sub-standard customer service department, can kill just about any business.

Another topic of discussion deals with the recent and sudden departure of the founders of the Napa Valley Film Festival, which just concluded this weekend. We discuss the cost of this particular festival and get into the details of how festivals make and generally spend their money.

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Nic LaRue Nic LaRue is the owner of FilmSnobbery, is an advocate and passionate speaker for indie film, a film reviewer, and the host of the web broadcast series FilmSnobbery Live! Nic also offers his services as an independent film consultant whose passion is giving a voice to independent content creators.


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