Can indie video stores survive the chains?November 1st, 2004 | Lisa Selin Davis
I spent June of this year in Ghent, a small town near Hudson, New York. Hoping to rent some John Sayles movies one night, I headed into town, pulling up alongside a group of heavily pierced teenagersyour average counterculture youth. I asked them where to go to rent a video, and they suggested the Hollywood Video on Route 9.
The drama behind the cameraNovember 1st, 2004 | Mike Desjarlais, Director of Photography
Whoever said you have to be based out of New York or Los Angeles to be associated with the Palm dOr-winning film at the Cannes Film Festival?
The ups and downs of being Spike’s little broNovember 1st, 2004 | Cinqué Lee
Sometimes you think you dont need any help, that you can do it on your own. Thats exactly what I was thinking before I started shooting my new feature, Ur4Given. I should have known better. I had a Sony PD-150 given to me by my brother Spike (yes, Spike Lee) and some tape stock.
The Toronto International Film FestivalNovember 1st, 2004 | Andrea Meyer
If anyone captured the spirit of this years Toronto International Film Festival, it was the codger who hoisted a placard that read: The Toronto Film Festival is Satans Idea of Entertainment. This middle-aged gentleman was part of a 150-person demonstration protesting the premiere screening of Casuistry: The Art of Killing a Cat.
The Documentary Doc tackles e-mail marketing and being the public face of your projectNovember 1st, 2004 | Fernanda Rossi
Dear Doc Doctor:
All I can afford in terms of marketing my documentary is my Internet connection and email account. Whats the best way to use them?