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Film Freeway: Hundreds of Film Festivals In One Simple Place

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

The 2014 Sundance Film Festival Winners Are…

Last evening, the Sundance Institute announced the Jury, Audience and other special awards of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival at the feature film Awards Ceremony, hosted by Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally, in Park City, Utah. U.S. Grand Jury Prize: Documentary : Rich Hill U.S. Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic: Whiplash World Cinema Grand Jury Prize: Documentary: Return to

‘The Square’: Lessons in Organic Revolution

‘The Square’ is NOW PLAYING in New York and as part of DOC NYC on November 17, 2013 @ IFC Center Jehane Noujaim‘s ‘The Square‘ is a multi dimensional account of the populist Egyptian uprisings having taken place over the past 3 years and is the most clear depiction yet of a struggle so many

VHS is Back with SXSW Favorite Documentary ‘REWIND THIS!’ Exclusively on iTunes

Digital entertainment curator FilmBuff and IPF Productions have announced that they have partnered to release the 2013 SXSW Festival hit, ‘Rewind This!‘ exclusively on iTunes August 27, 2013. Directed by Josh Johnson, ‘Rewind This!’ explores the enormous cultural and historical impact of the VHS tape. Featuring interviews with filmmakers including Atom Egoyan, Mamoru Oshii, and

Interview: James Wallace (Director/Co-Producer – ‘AT FEST’)

‘AT FEST‘ takes you on a never-before-seen and highly personal journey where you become part of one of the oldest and biggest annual outdoor music festivals in North America. The 50th Annual Philadelphia Folk Festival serves as the setting for an exploration into how this festival, run by a non-profit and 2,500+ volunteers, is older than Woodstock, yet

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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