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Remember the days when the annual Realscreen Summit was an intimate little event with 500 or so of your best friends? Well, those days are long gone
In today's fast-paced and budget-conscious entertainment industry, increased programming and production opportunities in film, television, radio and
This year's WESTDOC conference—which took place in mid-September at The Landmark Theaters in West Los Angeles—saw the best of both worlds for
It's hard to discuss the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival without weighing in with superlatives. This is an event that just grows
Honey Boo Boo holds sway; Kirby Dick holds court.
Spotlighting Sparkwise, Slated, Tugg and reddit.
The 14th RealScreen Summit was all about the numbers. More than 2,000 people attended; it was sold out. About 50 agents roamed the halls. Twenty-eight
A report on "The Rise of the Feature Documentary" panel at the 2012 History Makers International conference
Whether we are unemployed creatives, overwhelmed freelancers, or underpaid employees, it can often seem like everyone else has figured it out. Social media is a constant stream of people announcing new jobs, festival screenings, and prestigious grants and awards. Yet more often than not, the filmmaker who had the big premiere, received all the accolades, and even successfully sold their film is still struggling to get by, just like the rest of us. So how are filmmakers actually making a living?