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Filmmakers Notebook brings you the second part of our Q&A with Film Distribution Expert Jerome Courshon, who is also the creator of the 3-Day Program “THE SECRETS TO DISTRIBUTION: Get Your Movie Distributed Now!” ...

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It is a pleasure for me to either introduce or better acquaint you with Film Producer & Distribution Expert Jerome Courshon, who knows the ‘game’ of distribution as a Producer in the trenches. In this 3 part...

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I thought it was time to catch up with one of the first people in the film industry I met on Twitter, who I actually have had the pleasure of meeting in person, so here...

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Part 2 of the Filmmakers Notebook Q&A with Filmmaker David Spaltro discussing more about his career and “Things I Don’t Understand.” Now that the film has won several awards on the festival circuit, has that...

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The first Filmmakers Notebook Q&A of 2013 is with a young, exciting filmmaker named David Spaltro, who has written and directed the drama “Things I Don’t Understand”, which has screened at the Philadelphia Independent, Northwest...

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Since first speaking with Don Stewart Baldwin several changes have occurred regarding Cinema Dreams so now Filmmakers Notebook brings you Part 2 of our piece with Baldwin who tells us more about the production company...

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Patrick Boivin is the winner of Openfilm.com’s second “Get It Made” competition for his entry “Le Queloune”, which is a zombie film told from the perspective of the zombies.  Chosen from over 100 online entries this is a return to Boivin’s roots...

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 In Part 2 of our Filmmakers Notebook Q&A with David P. Baker we find out more about his plans for the remake of “Mission X” and some of his thoughts about financing, distribution and social...

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Right after I started Filmmakers Notebook and checked out Twitter I began following and paying attention to David P. Baker.  I found his sense of humor refreshing and his candor about “Mission X” entertaining as...

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During the Q&A at the Las Vegas Film Festival actor Michael Madsen told the audience that one of his favorite roles was playing an Irish American boxer in a film that never got distribution called “Strength and...

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