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?
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.