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Perhaps best known for their film festivals featuring shorts and animation which is now entering its 15th season, Hollywood Shorts launched the Emerging Filmmakers Program (EFP) in 2001 with the intention of extending support and...

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This is Part 2 of the Visual Effects panel that took place Sat. September 8th at The Mirage Hotel & Casino as a part of the Social Media Film Festival. The panel was moderated by...

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The Visual Effects panel took place Sat. September 8th at The Mirage Hotel & Casino as a part of the Social Media Film Festival. The panel was moderated by Sean Kinney and panelists included Patrick...

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Filmmakers Notebook spoke with actress D.J. Harner, who appears in the short film “Dog Math”, a poignant story about a child first experiencing loss with the death of a beloved pet.  John Donovan and I...

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Filmmakers Notebook spoke with Tiffany Whisenant from the Great Basin Permaculture organization in Southern Nevada about the group’s role in bringing “Dirt! The Movie” to the Films That Feed Film Festival being held this week...

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Films That Feed is Chad Clinton Freeman’s brainchild and it’s sure to be a wonderful addition for Theatre7.  John Donovan and I had fun speaking with Chad for Filmmakers Notebook and finding out how he came up...

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The opening kickoff of VIFF! on November 16th honoring Ted V. Mikels with the Lifetime Achievement Award was a true neighborhood event celebrated with some very special filmmakers who were both local and from out...

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Most of the time when filmmakers are working on  low or no budget projects they have to rely on themselves to produce marketing materials such as an EPK (Electronic Press Kit) rather than hire a...

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In honor of our screening of “Accused” during the PollyGrind Film Festival on October 16th at 7pm, it was with great pleasure that John Donovan and I welcomed executive producer & screenwriter Chris Battle and actor Stu Chaiken...

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On October 1, the week before PollyGrind, all through the house (Theatre7 that is) you’ll find a zombie instead of a mouse!  That Saturday evening Pacific Entertainment will offer the following triple feature: Silent Night, Zombie...

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