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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 I’ve been attending  film festivals and premieres as both the marketing consultant for MORE TO LIVE FOR and on the other side of the rope as a member of the press, I’ve had the...

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The final part of the Filmmakers Notebook Q&A with the very bright, talented and opinionated independent film marketing expert Sheri Candler.  This time we focused on film festivals, self-distribution and revenue streams. After seeing a number of...

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Over the past two or three years, I’ve gone to a lot of film festivals. As an actor, I’ve attended many as a performer. As an employee of the New Beverly Cinema in L.A., I’ve...

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Segment 10:  Animation continues to grow and gain traction with filmgoers, so it’s no surprise that the Red Stick International Animation Festival has become increasingly popular during its six years.  John Donovan and I had...

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011 Eventbrite is An Affair of the Hartz

December 19, 2010 | 0 Comments

Segment 9:  Eventbrite Co-Founders, Kevin and Julia Hartz have found an exciting way to blend their diverse backgrounds into a successful partnership and business, which they happily discussed with John Donovan and me at the International Film...

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Segment 7:  The Arizona International Film Festival will be celebrating its 20th anniversary in April, 2011 with the assistance of Mia Schnaible, their Director of Marketing.  We talked about their upcoming milestone at the IFFS and then Mia shared...

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Segment 6: After 35 years in the film business Sydney Levine is a knowledgable woman with wonderful insights about the world of moviemaking.  From her position as the first woman in International Film Distribution for 20th Century...

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For the past few days I’ve been checking out film festivals determining which ones may be good fits for the short I’m co-producing “Accused”.  It sounds easy enough, but the truth is there are lots...

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