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WGA strike and the future of film and TV production

With the writer's strike currently starting to bite hard into US network TV production, Matt Champagne takes a...

The Bollywood Piracy

Piracy of Hollywood films both on and offline is a well-known phenomenon, but what about for film industries i...

Radar Gives New Directors Chance to Crack the Music Industry

Aspiring directors will be given the chance to work with some of the best talent in the music industry through...

Shooting Urban Films

Filmmaker Sid Kali defends the urban genre and takes a look at the dos and don'ts of making films with urban t...

Matching Independent Filmmakers with Global Distributors

A new service has started up which matches independent filmmakers with established international distributors.

Cannes Market Focus 2007

Published by the Cannes Market every year, Focus provides an overview of the key figures for production, distr...

Comedy Central/Atom Films Test Pilots Competition

COMEDY CENTRAL is partnering with AtomFilms and once again putting out a challenge to its audience with the la...

The New Film Distribution: What You See is What You Get

The Wysiwyg Team argues that online distribution is about evolution not revolution and that the time is right ...

The Death of Piracy

Piracy - no, not the eye-patch type, but the copyright infringement variety. Product piracy has been with us s...

Appropriating the Film Text in a Digital Age

Anthony Cristiano takes an abstract look what textuality means to film in the digital age.

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