A rookie filmmaker from Bangalore, India with a love for humor, satire and fiction storytelling.
In the best interest of humanity, I really hope that your film is a failure. With what you've written in the post, we're possibly looking at a future of 'consumerist content creation' methods where transformative storytelling barely exists. The world of media and entertainment is already plagued by audience metric systems such as TRP, and I'm afraid the studio sharks are going to be extremely pleased with your work. Then again, nothing can simply stop technological advancements. We humans, storytellers, will have to work very hard to up our game in an attempt to outsmart AI systems.
I'm sorry that the same question was posted thrice. I got through a hassle with my internet connection and account conformation process with NFS. I don't know how to delete them, and I could sure appreciate it if someone teaches me how to delete these repeated posts.
I'm a rookie filmmaker from Bangalore, India and I'm pretty much confused too. Not much Indie filmmakers have found success here, except for a few (Anurag Kashyap and alike) and the reason is that majority Indian audience love more of the drawn-out contents of Mainstream films. Another problem is the linguistic diversity which has been the major hurdle for Indie filmmakers to reach out to a larger audience. It is because Indie films have a rather different image, they are known by the name 'Experimental Film' or 'Art Film', and it's the least popular or maybe not-all-popular tag, so not much people want to be recognized with it.
Indian Film schools is a joke and to join one in a foreign country requires expenditure beyond my capabilities. There isn't much networking options available either, since most of the people I've met want to break into the Mainstream cinema rather than an Artistic Indie film.
I'm thinking about making Commercials though, for the start. It's always ahead of the Mainstream Cinema in technology, talent and ideas. Maybe, I could then buy some time and see what can be done about my feature film dreams.