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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

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

The D-Word, Web’s Largest Documentary Community, Marks 15 Year Anniversary With Crowdfunded Update

The D-Word, the web’s most vibrant documentary community, is turning 15 this year. Entirely volunteer-run and free to its members, The D-Word has launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise $15,000 for a major upgrade of its design, usability and functionality. Half of this goal has already been reached within the first week of the campaign, which

New York Film Academy Launches Military Service Member Scholarship

In appreciation of the brave men and women who protect our nation, the New York Film Academy is providing an exclusive opportunity for military service members and honorably discharged veterans to receive a 4-Week Scholarship to study at either our Los Angeles or New York campus during the 2014 calendar year. NYFA offers a three 4-Week Scholarships–one

Digital Space/Digital Age 1: VHX Offers Latest in DIY Distribution

The ultimate struggle for independent filmmakers a decade or so ago was securing that golden opportunity of a theatrical distribution deal. Ask any independent filmmaker at the time and you were bound to hear the same story time and again about how difficult, stressful, frustrating and disappointing the process was. Some of them may have

Craft Truck ‘Tech Bites’ – Schoeps CMIT5U Shotgun Microphone (VIDEO)

It’s technology, in small bite-sized amounts. We deal with all things motion picture. Follow the light: from the lenses that see, to the sensors and cameras that capture, to the computers and systems that process, the microphones that vibrate, the recorders, and the playback, we cover a little bit of everything. Each episode is one

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