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Tentsquare, The First Crowdsourced Production Studio, Launches Inaugural Project

Tentsquare, The First Crowdsourced Production Studio, Launches Inaugural Project

TentSquare is the first completely crowdsourced production studio with an integrated social network.  From the earliest development phases all the way through post-production, members are able to weigh in on virtually every aspect of their film’s development.  TentSquare is a forum for creativity. Whether looking to gain exposure, jumpstart careers, meet fellow filmmakers or receive

Brooklyn Film Festival Announces Feature Film Lineup For 17th Annual Edition: Formula

Brooklyn Film Festival, the largest and longest running festival in Brooklyn and the oldest international competitive festival in New York, is proud to announce its feature film line-up for its 2014 festival, themed FORMULA, comprised of bold, brave and unique indie films and new discoveries, many from first-time feature filmmakers from Brooklyn and beyond. The

2014 Tribeca Film Festival Capsule Reviews

The Bachelor Weekend Six men take a long hike through the wilderness in advance of an uptight metrosexual’s wedding, and one of them is a hyper-masculine, oblivious jerk with a secret heart of gold. This pretty much sum up the plot of Irish director John Butler’s meandering and deeply unfunny comedy “The Bachelor Weekend.” Fionnan,

Guest Post: Filming Into the Mirror

By Lukas Kendall and Robert Nathan ‘Lucky Bastard’ is an NC-17 found-footage “porn thriller” inspired by adult websites that match regular guys with porn stars for sex. Can you believe such sites exist? (They do—we were shocked!) We wrote and executive produced (Robert directed) a “what if” scenario taking the premise to its brutal and

Review: ‘The Den’

Directed by Zachary Donahue Starring Melanie Papalia, David Schlactenhaufen, Adam Shapiro & Anna Margaret Hollyman Zachary Donahue‘s contemporarily relevant, albeit ultimately unfinished voyeuristic horror film ‘The Den‘ acts as a nihilistic reminder to the hidden capacities of the world wide web.  Essentially constructed as a found footage style genre-film where on-board computer cameras depict much of the action as

2014 SXSW Filmmaker Profile: Jay Karas (Director – ‘Break Point’)

Jimmy Price (Jeremy Sisto) is a reckless man-child on the last leg of his career as a doubles tennis player. When his latest partner drops him, he realizes he’s officially burned all of his bridges on the pro circuit. He decides to make one last ditch effort to revive his career, reaching outside of the

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