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

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

Interview: Marco Ursino (Executive Director) & Nathan Kensinger (Head of Programming) – Brooklyn Film Festival

The Brooklyn Film Festival, is an International, competitive festival. BFF mission is to provide a public forum in Brooklyn in order to advance public interest in films and the independent production of films. To draw worldwide attention to Brooklyn as a center for cinema. To encourage the rights of all Brooklyn residents to access and

IFP NOW ACCEPTING Submissions for Emerging Stroytellers, No Borders International Co-Production Market & Spotlight on Documentaries For Independent Film Week

Independent Film Week is the oldest and largest forum in the U.S. for the discovery of new projects in development and new voices on the independent film scene. The Project Forum is a meetings-driven forum connecting filmmakers with producers, funders, distributors, broadcasters, sales agents, festival programmers, and more. The Project Forum is a meetings-driven forum


Brooklyn Film Festival (BFF) is proud to announce its 2013 annual festival themed MAGNETIC, as well as its partnership with TBWA\Chiat\Day New York and WiMO Reality to produce Expand Your View, a mobile app campaign that drives awareness of the festival and ticket sales through innovative and artistic film code visuals. BFF has received over

Interview: Katie Dellamaggiore (Writer/Director – ‘Brooklyn Castle)

Brooklyn, New York’s Intermediate School 318 is a testament to the transformational powers of chess, quality afterschool programming, and a dedicated staff. The school’s chess program began as a loose gathering of chess enthusiasts – the “Chess Nuts,” as they called themselves – in the early ‘90s. Elizabeth Vicary, then working for nonprofit Chess-in-the-Schools, arrived