Anybody Can Make It
Press Play Pause, a documentary about how the digital revolution is influencing art. Where is our democratized culture taking creatives?
In the olden days, of thirty, fourteen or fifty years ago, people didn’t make things. So, people would go to photography exhibits, people would go to buy records, and there were professional artists. And now, everybody is a photographer, everybody is a filmmaker, everybody is a writer, everybody is a musician. — Moby
Before you could sell a record for $10 or $16.98 as a CD because there was still this inherent mystery about how it was done, who did it, and how can I do that thing. Well, now that mystery is dissolved itself because I can make, anybody can make, they know the secrets now. — Hank Shocklee