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Guest Blogger: Lillard Anthony

Music in film can manipulate our emotions, accentuate scenes and elevate what might have been an insignificant cinematic moment to iconic movie scene status. To […]
Apr 11, 2014 /
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Meet Sundance 2014 Producer: Daniel Noah

The horror films at this year's Sundance Film Festival were different. They generated as many laughs as thrills and though it's not the first time […]
Jan 29, 2014 /
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Meet Sundance 2014 Artist: Jess Stroup

This year's Sundance Film Festival is over. As new films enter the marketplace and new filmmakers are exposed to the industry, new talent will be […]
Jan 27, 2014 /
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Meet Sundance 2014 Artist: Brooke Wentz

Can you imagine Pulp Fiction without Urge Overkill's "Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon," "Dick Dale's "Misirlou," or Dusty Springfield's "Preacher Man"? How about Garden […]
Jan 24, 2014 /
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Meet Sundance 2014 Artist: Jay Hunter

When starting out in film, you take on projects of all shapes and sizes and content and genres. You want to work. You want to […]
Jan 23, 2014 /
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Meet Sundance 2014 Artist: Mai Iskander

This year's Sundance documentaries include high profile docs like Life Itself, about film critic Roger Ebert, Mitt about, yes, presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, The Case […]
Jan 22, 2014 /
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Meet Sundance 2014 Co-Producer: Garrick Dion

Day Two at Sundance included premieres for Kristen Stewart in Camp X-Ray, John Slattery's God's Pocket, Fishing Without Nets, directed by Cutter Hodierne and the […]
Jan 18, 2014 /
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Meet Sundance 2014 Producer: Chris Ohlson

Sundance 2014 is well on it's way. Robert Redford kicked things off yesterday with a press conference celebrating the fest's 30th year. He talked about […]
Jan 17, 2014 /
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Guest Blogger: Marnie Hanel

If you've been following our posts recently, you know we've been talking about our 'favorite things'. In each post we take a poll and one […]
Dec 11, 2013 /
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Guest Blogger: Steve Yager

DIY. Apply it to anything. Get things done and stop waiting for the "right time". There is no "right time" and today's guest blogger, filmmaker, […]
Nov 20, 2013 /
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Guest Blogger: Richard Upchurch

Inspired by the story of a man's transformation and the music of Neil Young, today's Guest Blogger, Richard Upchurch, writes about Jim Jarmusch's film, Dead […]
Nov 13, 2013 /
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Guest Blogger: Jeff Grace

Aspiring actor/comedian/filmmaker moves to LA to make it big but building a successful film career is damn hard and aspiring actor/comedian/filmmaker works for years before […]
Nov 6, 2013 /
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Guest Blogger: Nathaniel Kressen

How many of your favorite books have been turned into films? How many of those films have done those books justice? Capturing a reader's imagination […]
Oct 30, 2013 /
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Guest Blogger: Vashti Anderson

Films introduce us to subjects, stories and places that we might not otherwise experience in our every day lives. Films enable us to try on […]
Oct 23, 2013 /
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Guest Blogger: Jon Matthews

Has a movie changed your life? They can challenge or influence your views but does any one particular movie stand out as an event that […]
Oct 9, 2013 /
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Guest Blogger: Simon Savory

Great films can entertain, engage and change your world view. A powerful story in the hands of a skilled director can display social issues that […]
Oct 2, 2013 /

Guest Blogger: PLAN B Filmmaker Sarah-Rose Meredith

The most groundbreaking independent films challenge conventions and push the boundaries of what movies can be. Today's guest blogger, filmmaker Sarah-Rose Meredith, recalls the first […]
Aug 22, 2013 /
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Guest Blogger: Zach Clark

Douglas Sirk, Written on the Wind (1956) Douglas Sirk was the master of 1950s Hollywood melodrama. While highly commercially successful, his films were panned by critics […]
Aug 15, 2013 /
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Guest Blogger: Eve Studnicka

Trylon Theatre, New York, 1976 - photo by Hiroshi Sugimoto Escapism. This is the word used by many filmgoers, going way back to the Great Depression […]
Jul 31, 2013 /
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Guest Blogger: Kimberly Parker

From a distance, a career in film looks romantic to some and futile to others. It's an industry where awards, celebrities, fame and fortune surround […]
Jul 24, 2013 /
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Guest Blogger: John Sanvidge

The above still is from the documentary, Finding Seoul. The film is from today's guest blogger, John Sanvidge. Finding Seoul follows Sanvidge as he attempts […]
Jul 17, 2013 /
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Guest Blogger: Rashaad Ernesto Green

If you've been following film news recently, you know that Steven Spielberg and George Lucas think the movie industry is taking a nosedive. Here's a […]
Jul 10, 2013 /
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Guest Blogger: Co-director T. Arthur Cottam

Our guest blogger today is the co-director of the Los Angeles Film Festival feature Pollywogs, T. Arthur Cottam. The film is about confronting intimacy when […]
Jun 19, 2013 /