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Festival du Nouveau Cinéma

Known as the Montreal Festival of New Cinema and New Media (FCMM) until 2004, this independent film festival h...

How To Move from Photography to Cinematography

During my time as an undergraduate in college, I used my skills as a photographer to garner extra revenue when...

Recommended Read: 'My Indecision is Final' by Jake Eberts

Jake Eberts, who passed away last week at the age of 71 from complications related to a rare eye cancer, was a...

GreenlightMyMovie Wants to Get Your Work In Front of Hollywood

Launched recently Greenlightmymovie.com has joined a space which has previously been known mainly as a mausole...

Tom Cruise Wants to Help You Make Movies With Your Mobile

Smart phones have had the capability to record video for over a decade now, but recent years have seen an expo...

Start-up Riftlabs Preps 'KICK', a Revolutionary Video/Photo Light

The Kick is a video & photo light like nothing you have ever seen. Some say it is revolutionary. Nofilmschool....

COMPETITION: 'Imagination Series' with Oscar-Winning Screenwriter Geoffrey Fletcher, Tribeca Film Festival, and Bombay Sapphire

Iconic gin brand Bombay Sapphire has launched the 'Imagination Series' in association with the Tribeca Film Fe...

San Francisco Frozen Film Festival, July 2012

San Francisco, a world-renowned city for tourists is now the destination for the independent filmmaker. Every ...

The Sound of Prometheus

The SoundWorks Collection talks with the sound team of Director Ridley Scott's latest science fiction film "Pr...

REDucation X - Learn to Shoot RED, the 'Deep-End' Way

Kicking off in October 2012, REDucation X is a training initiative from the makers of the RED camera, one of t...

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