What are we watching tonight? With so many different ways to find great independent films, Fandor’s search tools offer a unique experience in curation and organization. Use these tools to explore and discover all kinds of fantastic cinema, and find out why Lincoln Spector of TechHive says, “When it comes to browsing tools, Fandor beats any other streaming service I’ve tried.”
At Fandor, we are passionate about keeping the Internet open. Tim Pozar, Director of Streaming at Fandor, recently spoke alongside Rusty Hodge of SomaFM and Brewster Kahle of Internet Archive at the the SF MusicTech Summit, on a panel regarding Net Neutrality. The panel was moderated by Julie Samuels of Engine. They discussed the nitty-gritty logistics of the changing Internet and shared strategies to deal with increased infrastructure needs and advocate for equal access to bandwidth. We thoroughly recommend giving it a listen.
“As feature film loses its dominant position, what will follow?”
A bold query sparked an equally bold discussion, hosted by Fandor CEO Ted Hope, on the ways that platform influences structure and structure influences content. Last Wednesday, the Reinvent Hollywood roundtable series started off with a bang, taking stock of the ways in which cinema is being dismantled and remade by technology.