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Interview with Descendants Casting Director John Jackson and more on the New Sunscreen Podcast

On the inaugural episode of the Sunscreen Film Festival podcast: Festival co-founders Tony Armer and Derek Miner talk Netflix and 3-D movie fatigue; Tony talks with casting director John Jackson; Tips for filmmakers submitting to film festivals; The latest news from Sunscreen The Sunscreen Film Festival podcast is a production of the St. Petersburg-Clearwater Film Society, a non-profit organization. To support Sunscreen, visit http://www.sunscreenfilmfestival.com/membership. Email questions, comments and suggestions to podcast@sunscreenfilmfestival.com Our theme music is "Test Drive," by Zapac, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial. http://ccmixter.org/people/Zapac Additional music by William J. LePetomane, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial. Visit http://www.dorktones.com for more music. 49:27 minutes (8 MB)

Interview with Chris "Doc" Wyatt and more on the New Sunscreen Podcast

On our third episode, Tony & Derek wonder why Warner Brothers is still trying to remake Logan's Run and talk about watching the Oscars without Eddie Murphy; Tony chats with Producer/Writer Christopher "Doc" Wyatt; Tyler Martinolich returns with more commentary and advice on tax incentives The Sunscreen Film Festival podcast is a production of the St. Petersburg-Clearwater Film Society, a non-profit organization. To support Sunscreen, visit http://www.sunscreenfilmfestival.com/membership. Email questions, comments and suggestions to podcast@sunscreenfilmfestival.com Our theme music is "Test Drive," by Zapac, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial. http://ccmixter.org/people/Zapac Additional music by William J. LePetomane, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial. Visit http://www.dorktones.com for more music. 45:06 minutes (8 MB)

Interview with Filmmaker Paul Guzzo and more on the New Sunscreen Podcast

On the second episode: Tony and Derek talk 'Paranormal Activity 3' grosses and tax incentives; interview with Tampa filmmaker Paul Guzzo; programming director Tyler Martinolich on our tips from episode one; news and links Visit The Buzz at http://www.facebook.com/CatchTheBuzzTampa for more film events from Paul Guzzo. The Sunscreen Film Festival podcast is a production of the St. Petersburg-Clearwater Film Society, a non-profit organization. To support Sunscreen, visit http://www.sunscreenfilmfestival.com/membership. Email questions, comments and suggestions to podcast@sunscreenfilmfestival.com Our theme music is "Test Drive," by Zapac, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial. http://ccmixter.org/people/Zapac Additional music by William J. LePetomane, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial. Visit http://www.dorktones.com for more music. 45:21 minutes (8 MB)

Interview with Literary Manager Mike Goldberg and more on the New Sunscreen Podcast

This week on the podcast, Tony and Derek consider the ultra-low budget success of "For Lovers Only"; Tony talks with literary manager Mike Goldberg; Thanksgiving thanks to Sunscreen friends, family and guests. The Sunscreen Film Festival podcast is a production of the St. Petersburg-Clearwater Film Society, a non-profit organization. To support Sunscreen, visit http://www.sunscreenfilmfestival.com/membership. Email questions, comments and suggestions to podcast@sunscreenfilmfestival.com. Our theme music is "Test Drive," by Zapac, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial. Visit http://ccmixter.org/people/Zapac for more music. Additional music by William J. LePetomane, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial. Visit http://www.dorktones.com for more music. Music for our Thanksgiving segment is "Porch Swing Days" by Kevin MacLeod, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution. Visit http://www.incompetech.com for more music. 39:45 minutes (8 MB)

New Sunscreen Podcast, Interview with Producer Chris "Doc" Wyatt and More!

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Listen to the New Podcast! Find it in iTunes! On our third episode, Tony & Derek wonder why Warner Brothers is still trying to remake Logan's Run and talk about watching the Oscars without Eddie Murphy; Tony chats with Producer/Writer Christopher "Doc" Wyatt; Tyler Martinolich returns with more commentary and advice on tax incentives To subscribe to the podcast and receive new episodes as soon as they are available, use the following address in iTunes or your favorit...

New Sunscreen Podcast, Interview with The Descendants Casting Director John Jackson and More!

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Listen to the New Podcast! Click here to listen http://feeds.feedburner.com/sunscreenpodcast On the inaugural episode of the show: Festival co-founders Tony Armer and Derek Miner talk Netflix and 3-D movie fatigue; Tony talks with casting director John Jackson about Alexander Payne and "The Descendants"; Tips for filmmakers who are submitting to film festivals; The latest news from Sunscreen   To subscribe to the podcast, use the following ...

New Sunscreen Podcast, Interview with Literary Manager Mike Goldberg and More!

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Listen to the New Podcast! Find it in iTunes! This week on the podcast, Tony and Derek consider the ultra-low budget success of "For Lovers Only"; Tony talks with literary manager Mike Goldberg; Thanksgiving thanks to Sunscreen friends, family and guests. To subscribe to the podcast and receive new episodes as soon as they are available, use the following address in iTunes or your favorite pod-catching program: http://feeds.feedburner.com/sunscree...

Cinema and Young People – ÉCU Film Festival Presentation in Italy

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Saturday, June 18th, 2011, the evening event “Reality Bites” was held at the Sentieri Selvaggi School in Rome, Italy. The event is held annually, and features live music and opportunities for producers and directors to share stories about their production experiences. The event also serves as a chance to close and celebrate a didactic year, meanwhile introducing future projects to come. Useful meetings are offered for students who are curious and wish to know more about the production of i...

Sentieri Selvaggi "Reality Bites" Party

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If you will be in Rome Saturday, June 18th, consider attending the “Reality Bites” party for live music and stories of production experiences! Located at the Sentiere Selvaggi school. More details on our website! http://bit.ly/krXFOz Français Italian REALITY BITES NEW BUSINESS MODELS, CREATIVITY, COMMUNICATION AND YOUNG PEOPLE SHARING CINEMA Saturday June 18th 2011 @ 6.30 pm at Sentieri Selvaggi School: via Carlo Botta 19, Roma FREE ENTRY A pa...

NEWSLETTER N° 486: November 27, 2010

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 .............                                                                                                                                                          WELCOME TO OUR NEWSLETTER N° 486: November 27, 2010 Follow this LINK if you cannot read the newsletter properly Contact the Editor, Advertise on the sites.  Our newsletter reaches 82 000 film professio...

Girl Talk: Art and Copyright

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by Marc Rickenbach American mash-up master Girl Talk has been the subject of much controversy due to his copyright-bending art and wild live shows. With a new album out (available as a free download), we take a look at an artist who calls attention to the possibilities of the Internet in enhancing creativity via mash-up style music videos – which are in turn often put together from existing content. If there’s one musician who truly represents the current state of ...

Creative Commons: the Robin Hood of 21st century culture?

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by Ana Soares It’s tough to be an artist in the era of copyright, so knowing that organizations like Creative Commons are out there, looking out for your right to be creative, can be at least reassuring. Whether you’re an independent or mainstream filmmaker, a musician or a scientist, a writer or an ayahuasca appreciator – copyright laws concern you. If your job or hobby involves being creative and producing something unique out of whatever influences you, you’...

James Boyle keynote at Sheffield Doc/Fest on legal future of cinema

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NESTA (National Endowment of Science, Technology and the Arts) are proudly sponsoring a keynote speech at Sheffield Doc/Fest about the legal future of film by James Boyle, a founder of Creative Commons.   Creative Commons is working to facilitate the free availability of art, scholarship, and cultural materials by developing innovative, machine-readable licenses that individuals and institutions can attach to their work.   James Boyle, who is William Neal Reynolds Professor of Law at Duke ...

NESTA presents James Boyle at Sheffield Doc/Fest

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NESTA (National Endowment of Science, Technology and the Arts) are proudly sponsoring a keynote speech at Sheffield Doc/Fest about the legal future of film by James Boyle, a founder of Creative Commons. Creative Commons is working to facilitate the free availability of art, scholarship, and cultural materials by developing innovative, machine-readable licenses that individuals and institutions can attach to their work. James Boyle, who is William Neal Reynolds Professor of Law at Duke Law School...

Mike Figgis - special Tribeca Talks

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writer/director Mike Figgis to the Festival for a special Tribeca Talks event, a panel discussion about his career and innovations in the world of digital filmmaking, but now we've also got the premiere of his new flick, Love Live Long, to look forward to. When Figgis—the Academy Award®-nominated writer and director of Leaving Las Vegas, Timecode, and The Loss of Sexual Innocence—was invited to film the Gumball Rally, the famous high-speed race in Istanbul, he decided instead to craft a raw...

Pioneers Of The Digital Revolution

 Tuesday, October 30----“We realized pretty quickly that the existing system was not going to work in our benefit…..so we decided it was easier to create a new alternative rather than battle the system that was in place”, filmmaker Lance Weiler declared at the Power To The Pixel Conference last Friday at the London Film Festival. And thus, the gauntlet was launched, as a new generation of filmmakers, distributors and marketers discussed the myriad ways that the digital revolution is upend...

Elephants Dream, internet release of the first 3D ‘Open Movie’

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The 3D animated short ‘Elephants Dream’ will today be released as a free and public download. This is the final stage of a successfully completed Open Movie project which has been community-financed, using only Open Source tools, and opening up the movie itself as well as the entire studio database for everyone to re-use and learn from. The movie and production files are licensed as “Creative Commons Attribution 2.5″, which only requires a proper crediting for public screening, re-us...

The Rio Film Festival is Latin America's largest event

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The Rio Film Festival is Latin America's largest event of its kind, and is one of the largest venues for world cinema. During the fifteen days of the festival, producers, sales agents, broadcasters, and many other audio-visual professionals come from all over the world to participate. Last year, the Festival screened more than 436 films and thousands of spectators packed the Festival's theaters to see the best films from Brazil and abroad. The event, over the course of fifteen days, is attended...
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