On what seems a daily basis, new outlets for cinema are proliferating. Sure, the multiplex is still king, but the four walls of traditional theaters continue to be assaulted by all manner of innovation. Netflix, Hulu and Amazon seem like yesterday's news as a variety of unexpected outlets—from The New York Times to Starbucks—provide platforms for films of all kinds.
Join moderator Robert Denerstein and our panelists as we ask what these developments bode for artists and audiences alike in a market already glutted with entertainment choices. How will an increasingly fragmented market affect an industry and an art form whose once unchallenged primacy seem increasingly diminished?