Archive for April, 2011

Film Threat Writes Up My Film

Here’s a link to the Film Threat review that states: “Single Gun Theory is one of the best underground shorts of all time.” I’ll take that.  They ought to know! Film Threat – The Bootleg Files: “single Gun Theory”.

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Lorber, Fenkel: DVD, Digital Revenue Up in Our Indie Business | The Wrap Movies

Indie Distributor Panel from The Grill at Tribeca via Lorber, Fenkel: DVD, Digital Revenue Up in Our Indie Business | The Wrap Movies.

Independent Film Finance and Distribution

Industry Shocker: ‘Insidious’ Is the Most Profitable Film of 2011 – The Hollywood Reporter

From the “Paranormal Activity” team: via Industry Shocker: ‘Insidious’ Is the Most Profitable Film of 2011 – The Hollywood Reporter.

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IndiePix Announces Independent Film Subscription Streaming Site

Would you subscribe?  I know I will. via IndiePix Announces IndiePix Unlimited: the Independent Film Subscription Streaming Site.

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The Future of Independent Cinema in the U.S. is For Sale

If the Landmark chain gets gobbled up by a mainstream chain, that be that for most screens available to indies. link: The Future of Independent Cinema in the U.S. is For Sale | Film School Rejects.

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Bibimbap

I almost felt guilty eating this gorgeous Bibimbap at Ajumma in Charles Village!

Independent Film Finance and Distribution

The No-Fear Future of Independent Film

The No-Fear Future of Independent Film Friday, April 22 8 am – 1 pm Located at The Tribeca Grill, New York City Harvey Weinstein is one of the panelists. I’ve always wanted to go to the Tribeca Grill and here’s a perfect excuse. Link: TheWrap presents TheGrill@Tribeca.

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Rifftrax Now expands to DVDs

Not just mp3 commentary tracks anymore. Of course, DVDs are limited to Public Domain and Never-Was films as opposed to mp3 commentaries that can be synced to the major franchises like Start Wars and Batman. Link: Rifftrax Concept Review | Home Media Magazine.

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