In a world filled with endless hours of video content, it takes some serious ingenuity to deliver it to screens, as well as understand what people want to watch. New Zealand tech companies are powering the platforms that help us to watch more of what we want.
The world of film and video has changed remarkably over the last decade. Screens are everywhere, from giant cinema complexes right down to the devices we hold in our hands. How does the content get there? And who decides what’ll be on?
MOXION – WORKFLOW REIMAGINED
Have reimagined filmmaking’s workflow, creating the world’s most advanced dailies and content review platform. It’s no surprise Moxion is used on Hollywood blockbusters to indie breakouts, like the Queen’s Gambit and Ghost in a Shell.
PARROT ANALYTICS – MAKING SENSE OF WHAT THE WORLD WATCHES
How do you know who is watching what content? Parrot Analytics has developed a global audience demand measurement approach and works with customers such as Amazon, AT&T’s WarnerMedia, Google and the Walt Disney Company. The audience metric Parrot Analytics has devised is used to rate not only the number of viewers for any given TV show, anywhere in the world, but also their likelihood of attracting subscribers to a streaming service. They crunch more than 1 billion data points every day across 249 countries!
SHIFT72 – POWERING FILM FESTIVALS DIGITALLY
The show must go on for film festivals around the world. Shift72 have been in the business of delivering seamless digital film festival experiences for years. Their online video platform comes with everything needed to launch a world-class online film festival, including custom branding, modern user experiences, monetisation and HD quality streaming. Toronto Film Festival, SXSW, Cannes Marché du Film, Sundance, CPH:DOX and many more world leading festivals are powered by Shift72.
Looking for somewhere that understands the future of film? We know a place.