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Doxa Film Festival Interview: Tonje Hessen Schei (Drone)

Doxa Film Festival Interview: Tonje Hessen Schei (Drone)

‘DRONE‘ takes you inside the secret CIA drone war with intimate stories from the war on terror. People living under drones in Pakistan and drone pilots struggling with killing through joysticks in the US. The film covers diverse and integral ground from the recruitment of young pilots at gaming conventions and the re-definition of “going

Announcing the 2015 DOXA Documentary Film Festival

We are living in interesting times. Nowhere is this rendered more explicit than in the world of nonfiction cinema.  Running April 30 – May 10, 2015, DOXA features films that turn established ideas about documentary on its head. Whether it’s the infamous musical provocateurs The Residents or master pranksters The Yes Men, DOXA 2015 is packed to the

Film Freeway: Hundreds of Film Festivals In One Simple Place

FilmFreeway is reinventing film festival submissions with modern technology and a fair business model.  FilmFreeway is Better, faster, and more than 4 times cheaper than Withoutabox® Film Festivals Using FilmFreeway Include: Berlin Independent Film Festival, Big Apple Film Festival, British Documentary Film Festival, Bushwick Film Festival, California Independent Film Festival, Coney Island Film Festival, Filmgate Interactive, Flyaway

Interview: David Spaner – Shoot It!: Hollywood Inc. and the Rising of Independent Film @ Strand Bookstore – Sept. 19, 7:00 PM

Shoot It!: Hollywood Inc. and the Rising of Independent Film is a revealing history of how Hollywood, with its eye on the bot­tom line, lost its ability to support the work of creative filmmakers; it is also a passionate portrait of the independent filmmakers who have risen up to fill the void—the great movies being

Shoot It!: Hollywood Inc. and the Rising of Independent Film @ Strand Bookstore – Sept. 19

Shoot It!: Hollywood Inc. and the Rising of Independent Film is a revealing history of how Hollywood, with its eye on the bot­tom line, lost its ability to support the work of creative filmmakers; it is also a passionate portrait of the independent filmmakers who have risen up to fill the void—the great movies being

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