Greenscreen Made Easy: Keying and Compositing Techniques for Indie Filmmakers

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HungryFlix.com offers digital distribution for indie filmakers

Here’s something of interest from Filmmaking.net: HungryFlix.com, the Internet’s first distributor of premium, independent video content exclusively targeted to portable media players such as the Apple iPod and Sony PSP, is re-launching a live public beta. filmmaking.net articles

100 Prints launches new resource for British indie filmmakers

Here’s something of interest from Filmmaking.net: 100 Prints is a new resource site for British independent filmmakers (although much of the content is probably relevant to filmmakers outside of the UK as well). The objective of the site is to help develop better business practice for filmmakers, which in itself isn’t a USP for the […]

Risky Business: Producing ‘Indie’ Films

Here’s something of interest from Filmmaking.net: The term “indie film” first came to prominence in the mid 1990s. Once Kevin Smith’s “Clerks” (produced on a budget of $ 27,000) hit theaters and proved that a low dollar film—with a good script and decent enough actors—could score with audiences, the major studios took notice. filmmaking.net articles

Tribeca Film Festival: Can Social Media Help ‘Indie’ Filmmakers Make It Big?

Here’s something of interest from Filmmaking.net: A true artiste may argue that in the end it does not matter how successful a film is, so long as the story is told. But if the true purpose of filmmaking is to tell a story, is it really a story if no one is watching? filmmaking.net articles