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Process Driven ALLURE Brings Occupy Wall St On Demand

Process Driven ALLURE Brings Occupy Wall St On Demand

Hailed by the New York Times as “seductive” with “lovely performances and oodles of atmosphere” during its limited theatrical run, ALLURE will be available from August 25, 2015, on dozens of cable and digital platform. Based on true stories, ALLURE focuses on five women in New York, who have come from different countries. Each one

Notes from IFP Indie Film Week: Day 5 – Sundance #ArtistServices Workshop

Like last year, the final day of IFP Independent Film Week, held at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, consisted of a series of Sundance Institute-sponsored panels called, collectively, the #ArtistServices New York City Workshop. And just like last year, the Workshop heavily geared toward technical and practical subjects meant to benefit the directors, producers,

Interview: Brad & Todd Barnes (Directors – ‘East Nashville Tonight’)

In February of 2013, the Barnes Brothers attempted to shoot a documentary about the lives of Todd Snider, Elizabeth Cook and other touring songwriters residing in the burgeoning East Nashville neighborhood. They failed. Instead, drugs and booze took over. They ended up with: ‘East Nashville Tonight’ ‘East Nashville Tonight‘ is available November 19th at eastnashvilletonight.com,

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

Digital Age/Digital Space 2 – Tips for a Successful Campaign

In my last article I touched upon a company called VHX who is offering a fresh perspective in digital distribution by allowing filmmakers full control over the distribution aspects of their content. To reiterate, this is not the only path for digital distribution. There are many. Every film is different. Every filmmaker is different. Each

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

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