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Sundance Institute #ArtistServices WorkShop – Notes from IFP Indie Film Week Day 4

Sundance Institute #ArtistServices WorkShop – Notes from IFP Indie Film Week Day 4

Day 4 of IFP Independent Film Week, held at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, was a Sundance Institute sponsored affair entitled #ArtistServices Workshop NYC, which geared itself heavily toward the various tech-specific possibilities of modern independent film production, distribution and technology.  The Indiewood/Hollywoodn’t day began with a Dolby Laboratories presentation/panel on Digital Cinema Package

Interview: Destin Cretton (Writer/Director – ‘Short Term 12)

Writer/Director Destin Cretton’s sophomore feature ‘SHORT TERM 12‘ pulls off a tricky balance of imbuing its story with emotional weight while not coming across as cloying in the process. The situation is inherently affecting, but the filmmaker complicates it with characters worth rooting for already resulting in one of the years best word of mouth campaigns,

‘High Tech Low Life’: Generational Disparity of the Surveillance State

Twenty-six year-old rural Chinese vegetable merchant “Zola” sees personal opportunity mixed with his unique journalistic integrity around virtually every corner of his home country, known as much for its “Great Firewall” as it is for its long-standing universally recognized landmark, The Great Wall.  Fifty-seven year old “Tiger Temple”, the country’s first recognized “citizen journalist”, stresses

Rooftop Film Summer Series Announces Feature Lineup

Rooftop Films has announced its full feature film slate for 2013, featuring more than 45 outdoor screening of new independent films, including two special sneak preview screenings co-presented with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. On June 8, 2013 the two organizations will present a free screening of “Twenty Feet from Stardom,” RADiUs-TWC’s

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