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March 12, 2013
Scott Kirsner’s book Fans, Friends & Followers now available as a free download.
November 5, 2011
The Corridor directed by Evan Kelly had its Toronto Premiere at the After Dark Film Festival.
August 14, 2011
Stained by Karen Lam (NSI Drama Prize, NSI Totally Television) and producers Bob Crowe (NSI Global Marketing and NSI Totally Television), Wally Start (NSI Global Marketing) and Katie Weekley (NSI Drama Prize and NSI Features First) is coming to DVD August 30 – pre-order
March 14, 2011
Let’s say you’ve finessed your good idea into a polished script. You’re getting buy-in from people around you. This project looks like it’s going to go ahead. You start thinking cast, keys, location and of course, solving the mystery of
January 19, 2011
I’m not sure that any of these is Canadian (and I haven’t had time to check) but this recent post on the Noupe Design website offers a great array of movie websites to check out. The websites have been divided
December 16, 2010
Check out a new technology invented by students at Israel’s Tel Aviv University that allows viewers to influence a movie’s plot while they’re watching the film.
October 26, 2010
Heather Menicucci of Howcast Filmmakers Program, writing on the official YouTube blog, has put together a great resource list for digital filmmakers. The resource list includes links to help you with distribution, making money and tips and tricks. Read A
October 22, 2010
Simon Pulman, a Manhattan based transmedia producer, has written a great guest post on Jon Reiss‘ blog looking at transmedia for low-budget filmmakers. In the post Simon says, “My suggestion is that filmmakers considering the production of a low-budget feature
September 21, 2010
This week filmmaker Jon Reiss and film marketing expert Sheri Candler both wrote blog posts which I highly recommend you check out. Each tackle the idea of new business models for filmmakers and big changes in the industry. Sheri and
August 4, 2010
I was going to post links to several posts on Ted Hope‘s blog to Twitter and Facebook but I realised his blog deserves a bigger shout out here because there are so many great things to read. Ted regularly posts