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Not only is Scilla Andreen the CEO and CO-Founder of Indieflix , but she is also the innovator of the Royalty Pool Minutes system, which pays filmmakers for every minute someone watches their film on the site. Showcasing films that normally only get seen at film festivals of all spectrums, Scilla is bringing a new audience to independent films and new films to film lovers.As Indieflix changes and grows with its success and demanding market, Scilla has learned a few things along the way about being a fulltime mother and a fulltime leader.

Bringing the Hollywood Treatment to Independent Films

Indieflix is known as the Netflix for independent films – that is a huge compliment. Is that what you set out to create, or has this expanded into something bigger? We set out to create a marketplace where 99% of the filmmakers (less than 1% of filmmakers find Hollywood distribution) could sell their films, and thanks to technology, we ended up with an entire ecosystem that is helping to evolve the film industry. It’s huge and super fun!

Indieflix is known as the Netflix for independent films – that is a huge compliment. Is that what you set out to create, or has this expanded into something bigger?

The film industry, just like the music industry, has had its ups and downs, due largely to illegal downloading and such. What has dealing with this matter and others like it taught you as a leader, team member and business owner?You can spend your time and resources trying to fix something that has been broken for a long time or you can put your energy into creating a new model where that threat or broken piece doesn’t have nearly the negative impact anymore. I look at those aspects of the film and music industry as indications of how people like to consume. Those actions are the highest form of communication. It’s like looking into a crystal ball.

Who in your life has had a tremendous impact on you as a leader? Why and how did this person impact your life? I have a lot of people but I’d like to mention a few. I’m half Chinese and I was very close to my grandmother, the matriarch, Ann Wong. She told me that everything I need, I already have. Those words have served me well, every day. I also have to mention Seth Godin who writes book after book and the world’s most-read blog. He’s one of the most inspirational people on the planet for me. He inspires me to lead on a daily basis, as do my two children, Ian and Natalie, who refer to IndieFlix as the third, “special needs” child in our family.

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