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D-Word Forum

Ben Kempas, co-host of The D-Word, sent a notice this week that they are continuing their series of online conferences around new approaches to promoting and selling documentaries online. All concepts and ideas can certainly be applied to narratives and other multi-media creations, as well. This is Part 4, entitled “Broadcasters Go Broadband.” […]

iW: Proposed NYC Film Permit Rules Rile Indies

With stenciled Bolex camera protest signs and no permit to assemble, some 400 people demonstrated at a downtown Manhattan rally on Friday to protest New York’s moves to alter rules that govern filming and photography on the city’s streets. On that same day, members of NYC’s independent film community met with the Mayors Office of […]

Dallas Video Fest in Second Life

Straight from the festival’s announcement, “Over the past 20 years the Dallas Video Festival has embraced the way technology can not only revolutionize artistic expression but can also enrich the human experience through unprecedented access to content, ideas and community. Join us as we yet again take one big step for video festivals everywhere. We […]

NBC News Coverage of Protest Rally

The TED Conference is an annual event hailed by Wired magazine as “the hottest gathering in the world.” Over the course of a long weekend in a beautiful, California seaside setting, an eclectic group of brilliant minds exchange bold ideas for the future. There’s a DVD available of a documentary that was made […]

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