Abramorama COO Karol Martesko-Fenster reveals how COVID forced a rapid turnaround in the theatrical distribution strategy for Discovery’s Apocalypse ’45.
He describes the ‘virtual theatrical’ release for Oscar nominee Erik Nelson’s gripping archive-based documentary about the Pacific campaign that brought WW2 to an end.
Karol shares his pre-COVID strategy and its radical switch into a campaign combining a virtual cinema release with special screenings for members of major military museums and veterans organizations.
We conclude by exploring a post-COVID world where virtual theatrical screenings become a fixture of the eco-system, and are managed under a new rights category, TH-VOD.
Listen to Karol Martesko-Fenster (24′)
More reading and listening!
- Q&A: Live from the deck of the Intrepid and Pearl Harbor. (32′)
- The Abramorama website for A’45.
- The Apocalypse ’45 detailed Case Study
- My podcast interview with Oscar-nominated director Erik Nelson
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