Recently in Tilburg, The Netherlands, the annual Incubate Festival was held, an exhibition of "diverse views on indie culture as a whole, including music, contemporary dance, film and visual arts." Well, to cover their asses for film, they invited the fine folks at The Asylum to come by and, among other things, premiere Titanic II to European audiences.
One of the products of this festival is this great 21-minute interview with Asylum producer David Rimawi. Rimawi gives a lot of insight into how Asylum films are made, from conception to distribution, and talks about the company's awareness of the marketplace as a vital component to their success.
But don't let me explain it to you, get it from the man himself. Go.