This article is part of a series on the future of movies.
The article was originally published on January 25, 2018.
Read more The following is a transcript of an interview conducted by J. Michael Bailey and edited for length and clarity.
This is part two of a three-part series on how movies can change the world.
This interview was conducted by Jasmine Reiter, with help from Matt Loughlin, and edited by Jasmin Reiter.
Michael Bailey is an editor at the film magazine The Independent.
He also writes for the website The Hollywood Reporter.
He is the author of A Movie Is A Movie: How Movies Are Changing the World and a forthcoming book.
The Independent has a creative content team that regularly publishes original work by writers, photographers, and others.
They are responsible for some of the best journalism in the industry.
They also publish award-winning journalism.
Learn more about The Independent here.
Matt Louglin is a freelance writer and the founder of the documentary group, Film Noir, where he has written articles on the history of film, technology, and culture.
He previously worked at the New York Times as a multimedia writer.
Learn about Film Noir here.
Jasmine and Matt are the founders of Film Noir.
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Jasmin and Jasmine are the co-founders of Film, Noir, and the authors of Film Is a Movie: Why Movies Are Making the World a Better Place.
This podcast is produced by the Independent Film Channel, a nonprofit media organization that provides independent, local content to filmmakers and their audiences.
The independent content team produces independent films, documentaries, music videos, and other projects to enrich the lives of viewers and artists.
The IFC is currently developing and launching a documentary series, The Truth Is Out there: The Story of Film.
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