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NAB 2015: A Producer’s Guide to Story, Budget, Strategy and Brand with Amy DeLouise


At this year’s National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show, the annual Las Vegas conclave of television, radio, internet and supporting industries, video expert Amy DeLouise set an aggressive goal for her presentation titled: "A Producer's Guide to Everything That Matters." Read More »

The Creators of ‘Score: A Film Music Documentary’ Chat about Their Film and Its Upcoming Kickstarter


Finally, movie composers get their due in the forthcoming documentary "Score: A Film Music Documentary. The movie's creators sat down for an exclusive interview to talk about the movie and the Kickstarter being launched to help finance completion of the film. Read More »

Making ‘The Vineyard’ for the Los Angeles 48 Hour Film Project: Lessons Learned

Vineyard Featured

Filmmaker lessons learned participating in Los Angeles 48-Hour Film Project. Read More »

Film Distribution Workshop with Gravitas

Film Distribution

Melanie Miller distributes 500 films per year, reaching 100 million homes in North America. Find out how she does it. Read More »

Movie Review: After Earth


After Earth is one of only two new films this weekend, do yourself a favor and see anything else. Read More »

Collaboration Filmmakers Challenge: The Fifteen Dollar Film School

A Hollywood film contest with a new twist. You have to help your competition succeed. Read More »

The Making of “Effigy”

One year ago, I couldn't spell prodooser, now I is one Read More »

Reviewing El Cid’s Monthly Short Film Night (January)

The El Cid short film night offers a fun mix of movies, networking, and partying. Read More »

Power of Film Brings Awareness of Rare Disease

The documentary The Dark Side of the Sun raises awareness of the rare disease Xeroderma Pigmentosum (XP). Read More »

Interview with Phil Grabsky, Director of The Boy Mir: Ten Years in Afghanistan

The Minute You Pull Out a Camera, You're Intervening Read More »