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Producer/Director Tod Lancaster shares more information about the production of his new independent film “Shooting April” in Part 2 of his Q&A with Filmmakers Notebook. What’s the most valuable lesson you learned from making “Shooting...

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Many people who visit Filmmakers Notebook may be aware that I have recently become Marketing Director for a new e-commerce and social networking platform called NOMOSA, which is designed to benefit all independent artists.  The website provides...

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If you enjoyed the first part of my Q&A with Karen Worden from Film Courage read on.  Karen continues to inspire in Part 2. In terms of being filmmakers what have you learned the most from doing your radio...

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Film Short: All You Need is Film Courage

August 4, 2010 | 2 Comments

One of the best shows for filmmakers to grace internet radio is Film Courage, which airs every Sunday at Noon PT on LA Talk Radio.  Co-hosts Karen Worden and David Branin have been building a supportive...

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Video footage from the Q&A at the Las Vegas International Film Festival with Director Ash Adams after the screening of his film “Once Fallen”, which stars Ed Harris, Brian Presley, Amy Madigan, Taraji P. Henson,...

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The second part of my Q&A interview with Producer/Actress Charlene Blaine-Schulenburg concentrating on her point of view as a film producer. Q. What made you decide to start your own production company? A. Ever since...

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 Steve Marra, Director of the independent film “Amanda”, had reason to smile last May as he celebrated the movie’s red carpet premiere along with cast members Ariana Dubynin (Amanda) and Bill Bannister (Bob Bender) at...

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Recently I received a few requests for information regarding any upcoming film funding events and there are two on the calendar that I’m familiar with, one this month and the other in September.  First of all, The...

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  Academy Award Winner Mark Boal’s journey from journalist to screenplay writer was an interesting one that began long before he wrote the “The Hurt Locker” he explained at the 2010 Campus Moviefest.  Graduating from Oberlin College...

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Director Donald Petrie, well known for such films as “Grumpy Old Men”, “Miss Congeniality” and “Mystic Pizza” gave a workshop about his craft as part of the 2010 Campus Moviefest held last week at the Wynn...

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