were eliminated. Therefore, we only wanted to the curate the filmmakers to prevent people from uploading their cat videos. Cinovu wanted and I still want to bring movies out from invisibility by offering a platform to viewers where one can easily find the films that are relevant to them as a viewer. I'm not dictating what movies are good, but you decide for yourself. I couldnâ€™t - even if I wanted - decide which horror movies are good or bad. What exactly is a good or bad movie anyway? In my opinion the industry has two problems why so many movies are filtered out: There is only a limited number of seats in the analogue world.
There are limited cinemas and seasons, especially as a film print costs a lot of money. TV space is limited. At film festivals you havenâ€™t got an unlimited number of days, as a result only a limited number of films can run. In the Internet basically nothing is limited except the time of the users, which must be respected, of course. Second, the film industry traditionally curates films - either by economic criteria or by artistic criteria - but always following a dictatorial principle. At the Berlinale there are always many films where I'm asking myself, why they have been chosen. This happens when a small group of people decides 04 /1 22
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