When it comes to Hollywood blockbusters, there’s always a market for making movies that will have a lasting impact on the industry.
That market is the movie industry itself, where every single film is a critical and commercial hit.
And in 2018, that means the industry is in desperate need of new ways to reach audiences and keep audiences engaged with its biggest hits.
But there’s another way that studios can continue to keep audiences interested in their films.
And that’s by making sure that the stories that drive the movies themselves are told through compelling social media posts.
It’s an idea that has caught on with both major film studios and independent filmmakers.
As the Hollywood studios have embraced social media as a way to engage their fans, many filmmakers are turning to their friends and followers to help amplify their films’ message.
But the biggest social media influencers don’t necessarily have to be big names or established celebrities.
Some of the biggest names in the world are turning their social media accounts into powerful media assets, like director Michael Moore, who recently created a Twitter account and Instagram account for his upcoming documentary on the 2016 presidential election.
“We have a lot of people who can actually help us create a new kind of narrative in the movies,” Moore said at a panel at New York’s BFI in October.
“If we can figure out how to do it, then we can actually create something that is very powerful, but not so powerful that people are going to forget that it’s there.”
Moore’s Twitter account, @michaelmooremovie, has nearly 1.7 million followers and has more than 30,000 followers on Instagram, which is the site that most people visit to see the movie he is directing, Moore said.
And while his Instagram account has more followers than Moore’s entire filmography, it only has a few thousand followers.
That’s not the case for his Twitter account.
The account has over 15 million followers, which are a number that Moore credits to his personal engagement with his followers.
“There are so many people that I interact with on Twitter and Instagram and I have a million followers,” Moore explained.
“I have so many fans and they really love the films.
I am not a celebrity, I am a fan.
They really like it.”
Moore said that while he doesn’t have a Twitter following that is anywhere near as large as his Instagram audience, he has found a way of connecting with his fans that works.
“You have to create the narrative, not the image, and that’s how you make a really powerful story,” Moore told attendees.
Moore said he has noticed a rise in social media usage among audiences that have seen his films.
“They don’t have the same amount of time that we have,” he said.
“We have been able to create this narrative that is going to resonate with the audience.”
Moore also pointed to another recent example of how the medium has allowed the film industry to create something bigger than its own films.
He pointed to the movie that will be released this year titled “The King’s Speech,” a film about the history of the Bible that has been in development for more than a decade.
“This film is not a one-off,” Moore noted.
“It is an idea.
And this idea of the King’s speech is really the first time I’ve seen a movie that I think has the potential to really impact the way we think about the Bible.
It really is a different way of thinking about the Scriptures than the way you have seen them before.”
Moore is one of a number of filmmakers who are using social media to help create their films, especially with social media being a big part of the filmmaking process.
But what happens when those filmmakers go beyond their film to do more with their platforms?
Some are creating their own social media outlets and giving their films a platform to reach a wider audience.
Some are just looking to share the news of their films with the world.
And others are looking to expand their reach by using the platforms to amplify their work with new platforms.
All of these are examples of the ways that Hollywood can continue its influence on the world by making films that will continue to resonate.
But one thing that Hollywood studios aren’t doing enough to do is to make sure their films are accessible to a wider range of audiences.
When it came to the film that was nominated for an Oscar for best picture, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences decided that the Academy’s award should go to “The Revenant.”
The movie won the award with its emotional depiction of the devastating effects of climate change and its strong performances by Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy, and Christian Bale.
“The only reason we didn’t award it the Oscar,” Academy President Cheryl Boone Isaacs told the Associated Press, “is because of our own biases.”
Isaacs also noted that while “The Lord of the Rings” was nominated