Exploring web culture since 1999.
Wanting to figure out how how the web would help and challenge filmmaking, two friends dropped out of film school to set up Netribution. Two weeks later the dotcom bubble burst, but we continued, kept afloat by making documentaries and writing books. Today we're still focussed on understanding how best to keep independent filmmaking & journalism viable and brilliant post-web.
Research and development consultancy, with a focus on the film and creative sector, screens, rights and audience management, open source and coops. In association with Honeycomb/Interreg, Technology Strategy Board, Creative Scotland, Informa, Yuva, Scottish Documentary Institute.
A collective of high-end, award-winning creative practitioners across illustration, documentary, virals, events, web, CRM, branding & digital marketing.
Ran as a curated weekly web magazine and extensive free resource for indie filmmakers from 1999 - 2002, with 99 issues and thousands of contributed articles and contents. Relaunched in 2006 as an open access, user-generated film culture magazine with daily (or more) updates up until 2009.
Over three editions (first published in partnership with Shooting People) the Film Finance Handbook grew to cover over 1000 funds and the tax regimes in dozens of countries, selling over 11,000 copies around the world.