George C. Romero, son of the late George A. Romero, and his production company, Romero Pictures, has launched Romero Pictures’ Indie Brigade as the tip of the spear for a punk-rock community of indie creators in film, television and indie content.
The official press release details: "The Indie Brigade is a place where indie creators, new and experienced can come together, collaborate, teach and learn from each other as well as our growing pool of seasoned professionals with years of experience in the larger-budget, studio system."
Combining the Indie Brigade community with the podcast produced by Joe Ridgely, Romero offers filmmakers, musicians, and creators a place to interact with the community in a live Q&A setting as well as a community group where members collaborate, share processes, hard lessons learned, tips and tricks to help members up their production value and prepare their projects and their careers for the next step.
A legacy in the film industry, Romero has dedicated his career to carrying on the standard of quality and punk rock attitude started by a handful of outlaw creators like his father more than fifty years ago.
Additionally, Romero Pictures’ Indie Brigade has launched an indie distribution label that will curate and distribute selected projects "… with the single-minded intent of getting filmmakers’ content seen by as many people as possible," and has appointed Dean Fernando the new Vice President of Acquisition and Distribution for Romero Pictures and the Indie Brigade.
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