Independent filmmakers, including Dominic Deacon, Nathan Wrann and Bob Moricz, engage in a lively and spirited discussion on the future of digital distribution.
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All filmed content ends up on the Internet, so filmmakers should really challenge their personal issues of identity to figure out what they want to create in our digital world.
While thanks to the streaming media revolution, indie filmmakers have the greatest opportunity to have their work seen by the biggest audiences, if they can find them.
Dissolves, editing, juxtaposing one image against another: Those are all things done in digital that are done because that is what we expect cinema to be.
Does a film festival that puts “underground” in its name under any sort of obligation to screen only “underground films”? And who’s setting the definition anyway?
The Underground Film Journal has opened up its sidebar for sponsor banners that will also get special promotion in weekly “Support Our Sponsors” articles.
The Underground Film Journal has launched it’s new feature of underground filmmaker enhanced index pages, that include bio, filmography and article links.
2011 was a difficult, but productive year for the Underground Film Journal, from launching the Underground Film Press publishing imprint to making lots of technical improvements to the site.
Vimeo has announced their 2nd Festival + Awards to be held in 2012. Submissions open until 2/20/12 and a Grand Prize winner gets a $25,000 grant.
The National Film Preservation Fund will release a 2nd DVD set of underground films called Treasures 6: Next Wave Avant-Garde.