November 1999

Distributor FAQ: Atomfilms.com


What is AtomFilms.com?
Atom is a next generation entertainment company that specializes in the best short films and animations from all over the world. It’s the coolest place for consumers to see up-and-coming and established artists.

Why do you consider yourselves distributors?

ATOMFILMS.com


What is AtomFilms.com?
Atom is a next generation entertainment company that specializes in the best short films and animation from all over the world. It’s the coolest place for consumers to see up-and-coming and established artists.

Why do you consider yourselves distributors?

Film Festivals: Always Independent Films


"We accept all formats," explained Always Independent Films (AIF) president Gary Zeidenstein. "We do have a screening process, [but] as long as it's not the backyard homemade movie, we're going to post it on the site." In its first few months AIF received some 300 entries and about 50 were rejected.

Selling Online: It's the Distributor, Stupid


For self-publishers everywhere--whether they're activists, advocates, renegade film critics, or opinionated cranks--you can't beat the web for access and reach. All you need is an idea and an ISP, and your work is available, globally.

Film Festivals: iFilm Network


"If the consumer thinks 'films', we want them to come to iFilm as their first point of entry," says iFilm founder Rodger Raderman. "We see ourselves as the portal, the first stop on the web for all things film-related."

The Future of Screenwriting

Cyber Workshops for Budding Screenwriters


Twice a week, Marc Bacus comes home from his day-job as an administrator at Southern Illinois University and logs on for a two- to three-hour chat session with a splinter group of screenwriters who call themselves the Viewmasters [www.viewmasters.org].

Funder FAQ: The Foundation Center


What is www.foundationcenter.org?
The Foundation Center’s Web site [www.fdncenter.org, or www.foundationcenter.org—both will take you there] is “Your gateway to philanthropy on the World Wide Web.”

When and why did the Foundation Center come into being?

5 for the Future


For all of CPB's lofty intentions, the ultimate shape of public television in the digital age will be fashioned by those who actually ply the trade - the artists and producers. Here is a short list of five CPB-funded projects that provides a peek at the kind of work that's headed our way.

Film Festivals: Pitch TV


"It's a home for people within the industry to view interesting work," explains Linda Walsh, describing Pitch TV, a new site which debuted this fall. Launched by the folks behind PITCH, the New York City-based animation and commercial company, Pitch TV is a way to showcase their work and that of media artists.

The Foundation Center


What is www.foundationcenter.org?
The Foundation Center’s Web site [www.fdncenter.org, or www.foundationcenter.org—both will take you there] is “Your gateway to philanthropy on the World Wide Web.”

When and why did the Foundation Center come into being?

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