By eug | eugonline May 2, 2006 at 7:08AM
At a Tribeca Film Fest panel last night, Steven Soderbergh had a few intriguing comments that didn't quite make it into my indieWIRE article about the event...
One commented echoed a sometimes unpopular sentiment that I often share with filmmakers. "I don’t know of many secret, great movies," Soderbergh said, later citing "Tarnation" as a true success story and a personal favorite. "If you make a great movie and somebody sees it, they tell somebody else."
Soderbergh also said that he was invited to make a short film for the new quarterly DVD magazine, Wholphin, explaining that he likes to create short-form work but couldn’t be bothered with having to then submit the movie to film festivals or find distribution outlets for it. So he said that after it debut in the DVD mag, he will upload it to BitTorrent for anyone who might want to watch it.