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Indie Film Blogs
The virtual event has evolved into an online and real world event which is broken into two parts. The first is a festival called From Here to Awesome which played out in theaters, living rooms, online and via mobile devices. The second part is a series of live conferences / discussions called DIY DAYS which were held in LA, SF, Boston, NYC and London in 2008.
Now DIY DAYS is expanding to include areas beyond film such as music, gaming, and software. This coming August DIY DAYS will kick off in Philadelphia with our biggest event yet. This is just the beginning of many more exciting things to come from the WorkBook Project.
"What started as a filmmaking blog has evolved into an indie empire. Film Courage expanded in 2010 with a monthly screening series at The Downtown Independent in Los Angeles. In a four-hour live event the last Monday of every month, The Film Courage Interactive showcased a couple short films, an independent feature, director’s Q & A, and capped off the night with a filmmaking discussion group where people share about the ups and downs of their pursuit, epiphanies on success, and more. The Film Courage Interactives lasted for two-years, screening 26 features and 40 short films. Film Courage is more than just a radio show and monthly screening series. It’s a way of life for many artists. It’s about pursuing a passion, whether the rewards are monetary or emotional. We are glad that you have found us. We hope to have you become part of our family"
Film School Rejects
Some movie websites serve the consumer. Some serve the industry. At Film School Rejects, we serve at the pleasure of the connoisseur. We provide the best reviews, interviews and features to millions of dedicated movie fans who know what they love and love what they know. Because we, like you, simply love the art of the moving picture.
Hope For Film - Blog
Everything you need to know about DIY and Indie from film producer Ted Hope.
Incite Cinema - Blog
This site and this blog are therefore dedicated to inciting, enabling and empowering filmmakers around the globe. The future for independent filmmaking, like the future for virtually everything else, lies in the power and reach of the internet. There will always be a place for brick-and-mortar cinemas and for off-line film festivals. But – and I can’t stress this point passionately enough – the audience and the tools to reach them are online. Period. Live with it. Embrace it and the world is virtually at your beck and call. Reject or fear it at your peril.
No Film School
NoFilmSchool is a site for DIY filmmakers and independent creatives. The site focuses on tools and technology relevant to filmmakers, writers, directors, editors, producers, cinematographers, bloggers, designers, and entrepreneurs. If you’re a multi-hyphenate — meaning, you’re more than one of these things — all the better. If you’re interested in cinematography or cameras, the first thing you should do here is get your free copy of the 100+ page eBook, The DSLR Cinematography Guide.
realscreen - Magazine
Realscreen is the only international magazine devoted exclusively to the non-fiction film and television industries. Realscreen aims to bring diverse communities together for dialog, debate and discussion about the global business of factual entertainment.
realscreen is a publication of Brunico Communications.
See also realscreen Summit in this Directory.
Brendan Christie - Editor, firstname.lastname@example.org
sub-genre is a film and new media production, distribution and marketing company founded by Brian Newman. sub-genre helps filmmakers and new media artists to develop their projects and bring them to an audience. sub-genre specializes in audience development, transmedia business practices and distribution strategies. Why sub-genre? Because it’s all about knowing your niche.
In addition to working with media artists, sub-genre works with arts and cultural organizations on business development, audience engagement and strategic planning. Brian Newman is also a partner with The Futures Agency, offering cutting-edge think-tank events and corporate consulting.
Clients and references available upon request.
Work Book Project
The WorkBook Project (WBP) is for those who want to be creative in the digital age. The WBP, through its website, R&D projects such as festival From Here to Awesome and roving conference DIY Days, provides insight into the process of funding, creating, distributing and sustaining as a creator of media (film, games, music, design, software).Focused on innovation, new trends, cutting edge projects and an open approach to a once closed industry. The WBP offers a breath of fresh air by removing the competitive trappings of the media industry and replacing them with a collaborative and open system that shares resources, networking, information and knowledge.
What sets WBP apart is the fact that it is powered by people who are actually creating; “People that do.” The core of the WBP is made up by an evolving collection of innovators who make their process transparent. By capturing experiences from the frontlines of this new emerging convergent media industry the WBP finds itself at the forefront of an exploding global DIY movement. A movement where film, gaming, music design, and software collide to form experiences that reach and engage global audiences across multiple screens, devices and platforms.
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