The film industry is facing a serious challenge: it’s losing its ability to produce movies that can attract and keep young people.
In the first few months of the new pandemic, many of the best-selling films had little to no audiences.
They weren’t attracting young people because they didn’t have a story that made them interesting, or because they weren’t a good fit for their age.
The most popular films, including Star Wars, Fifty Shades of Grey, and Deadpool, are great.
They were fun.
They got people excited about a movie.
But the more time people spent watching the movies, the less they wanted to see them.
So the studios are trying to find creative ways to attract young people to their films.
They’ve begun to turn to crowdfunding.
A new generation of filmmakers are trying out Kickstarter, a crowdfunding platform that lets them raise money for their films on a monthly basis, with the goal of raising at least $1 million in the next month.
The goal is to make a film that can bring in a profit.
And it’s working.
Over the last few months, the crowdfunding campaign for The Big Short has already raised $30 million, and the campaign has already surpassed its $200,000 goal.
The campaign is one of the most successful of its kind.
Kickstarter has already helped produce a $150 million-budgeted feature film, Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens, and it has raised over $8 billion in venture capital for filmmakers, including a $500 million investment from venture capitalist Mark Cuban.
Kickstarter also has helped deliver a slew of high-profile projects to theaters, such as Warner Bros.’
The Batman and Paramount’s Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation.
But as crowdfunding continues to thrive, it could soon change the way we view moviegoing in the US.
Hollywood studios are looking to a new generation that doesn’t necessarily have a deep interest in the genre, but can instead find entertainment value in it.
The idea is to create a new type of fan that will gravitate to a project and keep coming back.
And this new generation will be the ones who make movies that audiences will love, which will lead to a lucrative future for the industry.
And that could change everything.
“I’ve always loved to make movies,” said Michael Caine, the Oscar-winning actor who plays Bruce Wayne in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, in an interview with Forbes.
“My dad is a producer, and he said, ‘If you don’t make movies, we won’t be around.'”
The movie industry has historically been a bastion of older audiences.
And the younger generation has been known to be the most loyal to their favorite films.
But in the last decade, as the studios have focused on a more diverse audience, that has been shifting.
Many of the big-budget films from the last two decades, such the Harry Potter films and The Dark Knight trilogy, have not been as popular with young audiences as they were in the past.
And they’ve had trouble reaching audiences that aren’t part of the industry’s traditional middle class.
So studios are turning to a more younger audience that has a desire to see great movies, and to have fun with it.
And crowdfunding could be a big part of that change.
The internet has created a new way for filmmakers to reach out to their audiences.
But for a film to get made, it must have a budget.
So crowdfunding is taking a big leap forward in terms of reaching audiences.
It allows filmmakers to raise money by making their own movies and distributing them on a smaller budget.
This means they can make a project they can reach people at a much smaller budget and with a more focused audience.
And so crowdfunding has taken off.
In a recent interview with the New York Times, a film called The Martian, starring Matt Damon, raised $3 million from crowdfunding in just 24 hours, surpassing its $500,000 target.
And in April, a Kickstarter campaign for an indie film called All My Children raised $1.5 million in under 24 hours.
“We’re not the ones that are trying [to make money], but we’re trying to be a part of this,” said Cameron Diaz, a former editor of the Hollywood Reporter.
“This is the kind of platform that can help people get into the business.”
Actors like Matt Damon and Matt Stone have made big, mainstream movies.
But many of these films, especially in the superhero genre, are also about finding a place in the world.
They’re about finding meaning in life, and that can make audiences like those in the movie business.
But crowdfunding is a way to reach those audiences without the burden of a traditional film production company.
And if it can be used to reach audiences with something that isn’t a traditional movie, then it opens the door to making bigger and better movies.