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The NYU Cinema Research Institute brings together innovators in film and media finance, production, marketing, and distribution to imagine and realize a new future for artist-entrepreneurs. 

CRI PROJECTIONS

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CRI PROJECTIONS

Miranda Sherman

In April 2015, the 2014 CRI Fellows - Forest Conner, Artel Great, Michelle Ow, and Colin Whitlow - presented their yearlong research as well as  the models and tools they've developed for the independent filmmaking community at AOL BUILD. Check out the Fellows' presentations right here, via our Vimeo Portfolio, and in FILMMAKER MAGAZINE!

The 2014 Fellows rocked their research and we are excited to follow each as they continue to develop their tools for independent filmmakers. 

2014 CRI Fellow Forest Conner presents his research on Film Personality at the Cinema Research Institute's PROJECTIONS, hosted at AOL BUILD in April 2015.

Follow Forest Conner on Twitter @forestmconner to get updates on his film personality research, and follow @vhxtv to see how he uses data to help filmmakers sell their work online.

 

2014 CRI Fellow Artel Great presents Project Catalyst, the first app dedicated to connecting multicultural filmmakers to multicultural audiences, at the Cinema Research Institute's PROJECTIONS, hosted at AOL BUILD in April 2015.

Follow Artel Great and his work with Project Catalyst on Twitter @pjcatalyst and at Facebook.com/projectcatalyst to get updates and stay connected to all the exciting new developments around the first multicultural entertainment mobile app, Project Catalyst.  

 

2014 CRI Fellow Michelle Ow presents her research on Dynamic Movie Pricing at the Cinema Research Institute's PROJECTIONS, hosted at AOL BUILD in April 2015.

Email Michelle Ow at michelle.ow@stern.nyu.edu if you'd like to receive updates and her whitepaper about dynamic movie ticket pricing.

 

2014 CRI Fellow Colin Whitlow presents his Quantified Film Tool at the Cinema Research Institute's PROJECTIONS, hosted at AOL BUILD in April 2015.

Follow Colin Whitlow on Twitter @colinwhitlow to get updates on his thinking and further development of the Quantified Film Tool, an examination of objective features that impact film revenues.

 

Thanks to our Fellows for their amazing thought leadership, and to our followers for liking, sharing, and thinking along with us!