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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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003 NOMOSA is Fans, Films & Festivals

December 8, 2010 | 0 Comments

Segment 1: For Tracy Garner, CEO of NOMOSA the IFFS was the “coming out party” for Fanshare, a key component of this ecommerce and networking platform designed for independent artists.  Borne out of Tracy’s own...

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Part 2 of the Filmmakers Notebook Q&A with the talented and insightful filmmaker, Angelo Bell.  As I mentioned before, it is not only Angelo’s creativity and abilities that made me want to find out more about...

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The first time I heard of Angelo Bell was on Twitter.  I read a couple of his tweets about writing screenplays and wanted to know more.  Here was a filmmaker with wit and wisdom who...

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Part 3 and the final installment of the Filmmakers Notebook Q&A with Canadian Filmmaker Heath Tait, who has produced the award winning documentary “Vancouver Vagabond”. You paint a different picture of what it’s like to...

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Last June I had the pleasure of meeting Canadian Filmmaker Heath Tait at the Las Vegas Film Festival when he came to accept an award for his autobiographical documentary “Vancouver Vagabond”.  He impressed me then...

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Here is the second part of a Q&A with Filmmaker Val Lauren, who  was the first recipient of Openfilm’s Get It Made Competition.  Val won the grand prize for his short “HELP”, about a son desperate to...

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Filmmaker Val Lauren was the first recipient of Openfilm’s Get It Made Competition, winning the grand prize for his short “HELP”, about a son desperate to save his dying mother.  Born and raised in Los...

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Zooming In On Filmmakers Notebook

November 7, 2010 | 0 Comments

At this time I’d like to take the opportunity to give you an update about this blog.  Filmmakers Notebook has just launched a Facebook Fan Page this week and I’ll be posting more videos, events,...

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Hollywood based independent film producer, Jason Brubaker  is perhaps best known to many for his successful website Filmmaking Stuff, which was named last January as one of the Top 50 Blogs for MovieMakers by MovieMaker Magazine.   An...

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