Tag Archives: film festivals

  • “Let’s Just Stay Home – Part III” -

    Back in the late 70’s, Stephen King, not exactly an esoteric writer, allowed that comic book heroes could be acceptable paradigms for adolescents, but watch out if those same comic books became the primary source of entertainment for grown men and women.

  • Is 2013 going to usher in the Golden Age of Cinema? -

      According to Adam Leipzig, film and theatre producer, writer, Cultural Weekly’s Publisher and former executive at Disney and National Geographic, a perfect storm has developed from the collision of new technologies, new business models, and new creative talent and it’s creating a new Golden Age in cinema.

  • YouTube viewers choose at the 69th Venice Film Festival -

    A sign of the digital times, YouTube made a bit of a splash in Venice this year by awarding the first prize at the world’s oldest film festival. Not exactly front and center, but, still, the sidelines count for something, which is where YouTube announced the winner of Your Film Festival, its inaugural online competition […]

  • iPhone Film Festival Winners -

    With numerous film festivals held each year in cities large and small around the world, there are festivals out there for all sizes and shapes of films, filmmakers and their film loving fans. Among the latest are the mobile phone film festivals.

  • INDIE GAME: THE MOVIE – 3-pronged digital release -

    INDIE GAME: THE MOVIE premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival where it won the award for best editing in the World Documentary Competition. It’s the story of four struggling independent game designers, Phil Fish, Edmund McMillen, Tommy Refenes, and Johnathan Blow, and the three games, Fez, Super Meat Boy, and Braid, they fought tooth and nail […]