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Rachel Gray

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maintain their schedules during the pandemic and it’s only logical that it will become standard practice in the future. Smaller scenes, fewer extras, more contained sets and fewer people on-set that aren’t involved directly in the creative product are certainly possible. The industry has already embraced and proven distributed workflow in the cloud and over the network with team members sending, accessing and working on film segments around the globe. Using today’s enhanced technology, will certainly help content producers create better, more “real” content as we emerge from the minimalized closed sets people have had to work under for the past 6-12 months. So, maybe being forced to create/produce fresh, new content under the Covid-19 cloud wasn’t such a bad thing after all? Naw, indie filmmakers are a creative bunch. They would have gotten there without the masks, social distancing, positive tests … and worse. But sometimes it takes a little adversity to help the industry become more creative and work forward. Or, as Bill said in Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, “It’s pointless to have a triumphant video before we even have decent instruments.”

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