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Visionary Fusion

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Borderless New Services Can Offer Creators, Consumers Opportunities to Share, Understand By Andy Marken We’ve always known that Hollywood didn’t have the corner on the movie/series development/production market, but seeing them was always a challenge. We had to visit an art movie house or hunt through the 900+ channels on our pay TV bundle until we cut the cord. Sure, the Academy said they considered English and foreign-language films, but seeing them actually receive an Oscar was … rare. Back in 2018, Roma was like a pleasant surprise while Parasite sweeping honors was something of an awakening that award judges finally woke up to the fact that a good video story was good no matter where it was written, shot, produced and posted. In other words, creative work doesn’t have borders. It’s more than having creative control here, shooting, showing around the globe and adding to a US studio’s bottom-line. Yes, we’ll say it, we really believe that movies/series have the power to reach, influence, persuade and impact people around the globe. Don’t get us wrong, we still like home grown stuff. Take Davis Guggenheim’s Still: a Michael J. Fox Film that Apple TV unveiled at Sundance earlier this year. We had a chance to see it because our daughter has a close bond with Apple products (Mac, iPhone, yes-AppleTV+). Sure, the documentary is interesting because we grew up

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