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How To Get Your Film Listed On IMDB

From RainDance.org. By Ben Taylor in Indie Tips: Right, you lovely Indie filmmakers out there! It must be very difficult to get your work out there, however a very good way of doing this would be to get your title added to the mother ship of all things film, IMDB. 402 more words

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Obvious Child Review

I went into this film with high hopes as an Indie Filmmaker what I didn’t expect was that this would not just be a good indie film but a great movie. 53 more words


'The Chair' recap: Money, choices, and money!

Season 1 | Episode 2 | “Dollars & Decisions” | Aired Sept 13, 2014

The September 13 episode of The Chair starts off with the drama. 434 more words

Jenn Snyder, 2010

This is the final week of Tracy’s fundraising campaign. We’re still trying to find Jenn’s voice, but as of this posting, we’re still only at 48% and there are only 6 days left in the campaign. 256 more words

'The Chair' season premiere recap: The meet and greet

Season 1 | Episode 1 | “The Experiment” | Aired Sept 6, 2014

This new Starz reality competition follows two inspiring filmmakers as they use the same source material to create, ideally, two different films. 438 more words

This Is Not a Con: Travelling Poet with Soul

The Peeps:

Whitney French is a poet, educator and literacy advocate in Toronto, and her work is a featured perk this last week of our… 164 more words

Canadian Cinema

Etiquette of the Unpaying Film Set, with Nathalie Boltt

A downside of indie films is the often limited budget and the inability to pay a solid wage to the cast and crew.

During the production of The Silk, Nathalie Boltt and her co-director/producer were only able to pay their crew a minimal amount. 225 more words

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