The Internet is a powerful tool for filmmakers, one that opens a range distribution prospects, provides means to get a project in front of an enormous audience, and helps build a loyal fan base in the process. The feature film “Fat Kid Rules the World” and the web series “JourneyQuest” are examples of productions that are made in Washington and heavily rely on the Internet to reach audiences. Both projects serve as case studies on how the World Wide Web can broaden horizons for distribution and access, on the small screen and the big screen. Still, the question presents itself… Do all projects have the same potential for success?
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