We have been having a hard look at ReelStreets and discovered that the audience for the current version of Reel Streets is an aging and therefore dwindling group of film-goers who have serious nostalgic inclinations.
We realise that the future market for Reel Streets is a world-wide market catering to the films, movies and TV series which are currently being produced, or have recently been released.
Brannigan and Harry Potter both used Leadenhall market in London, as locations, Brannigan fans are ageing, but Harry Potter fans are now maturing into the next generation of whiz-kids. There are numbers of websites dealing with the current and next wave of films, and these new films, currently “orphans”, need to be adopted and entered onto ReelStreets.
Therefore to attract even more viewers we need to widen our film base, and the site will now be opened up to the modern, current, recent and future productions, world-wide, where aspiring film producers, directors, marketing staff, tourist agencies, film-festival organisers, local chambers of trade and commerce and private enthusiasts; Associate Research Assistants, (ARAs); can use our FREE space to promote current and forthcoming films, and of course, importantly, their locations. Updates included during the production process, will increase the popularity of the film, and blogs describing the progress of the movie will create a pre-publication following, links to Twitter, Facebook and the others can only improve readership, cult following and pre-release publicity. Always of course including the locations that are being used. At the same time those interested in older films will still have the same opportunity to investigate the fascinating background and locations used in those classics.