Totally understandable. Try to think of it as a standalone movie streaming service similar to Netflix, Hulu, HBO, and Amazon. The difference is we've layered a ratings and rewards system ON TOP of the streaming service. So as a thank you for helping us with ratings, we share 10% of our revenue.
So the breakdown is, 50% to filmmakers, 10% to users, and 40% to Filmocracy. Instead of trying to give a lot of people small amounts of money, we're rewarding fewer people with hundreds to thousands of dollars. The way this is determined is either through activity (how many movies you watch) or accuracy (determined by comparing your score to the overall average).