Urbandisc.Com Provides Fans Of African American Movies Info On Releases
Urbandisc.com was started to inform fans of African American movies on when they were out or just newly released.
Urbandisc first came online in July of 2004. The inspiration for the site were 2 movies ’Blue Hill Ave’ (Clarence Williams III and Allen Payne) and ’Motives’ (Vivica A.Fox and Shemar Moore). In 2004, social networks were in its infancy, and these 2 movies were the hottest topics on the few social networks at that time. Also in that year new camcorder technology such as the Panasonic’s DVX100 availed opportunities to new aspiring African American movie makers to get their story told without going through the “Hollywood red tape” to green light their projects and less the big expense of renting the expensive Panavision camera packages.
New independent African American movies were being made and released. Some stores did not sale or rent most of the newly releases, so not too many fans of that niche did not know of them unless they heard through “word of mouth” or through social networks. Now today with the HDSLR technology, the expense is even less, there are now countless of independent African American movies on the market. Urbandisc.com goal is to fill that void for the fans of that niche.
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