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Holiday Presents for Your Favorite Filmmakers

December 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

Once again the holidays are upon us and for many that means trying to find the perfect gift for the filmmakers in your life.  Just in case you’re not sure what to give others or...

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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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Now that the election is over, the issue of unemployment and the challenge of job creation is bound to be at the top of most people’s issue list. The Nevada Film Alliance in association with...

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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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A little while ago I did a blog post about a new state of the art crowdfunding studio that wants to help produce and create meaningful and socially relevant films called Cinema Dreams and I...

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As anyone who knows me personally or from my posts on Twitter, Facebook or this blog can tell you I’m a strong supporter of crowdfunding.  For the past year and a half I have donated...

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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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For those of you who haven’t heard of it yet, there’s a new state of the art crowdfunding studio that wants to help produce and create meaningful and socially relevant films called Cinema Dreams.  Founded...

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Scene of the Crime for Filmmakers & Screenwriters

September 13, 2012 | 2 Comments

Not a day goes by when I don’t receive at least one email offering a class for screenwriting, producing, directing, marketing or directing films.   Most sound very similar and sometimes it’s just a matter of...

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Part 2 with Windy Borman, the director/producer or the awarding-winning documentary film “The Eyes of Thailand.” Borman also offers these suggestions to other filmmakers who are interested in undertaking projects in similar conditions on foreign...

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