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    Does Spike Lee Have a Kickstarter? Sho-Nuff You-Dig! Does He Have a Script? Unclear.

    According to the Kickstarter video on Spike Lee's $1.25 million campaign page for "The Newest Hottest Spike Lee Joint," a few weeks before shooting the campaign video, one of Lee's students told him about the recent successes of the "Veronica Mars" and Zach Braff Kickstarter campaigns.

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    After SEC JOBS Act Ruling, How Can You Approach Film Investors?

    After over a year figuring out the regulatory rules to implement the JOBS Act, the SEC has lifted its band on so-called 506 exemptions. What does this mean for filmmakers? Slated Editorial Director Colin Brown has the answers on his Filmonomics blog. See the original post here, and see the entire...

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    Vote for Project of the Week! Will It Be 'Crow,' 'Love,' 'Bollocks' or 'Ethan'?

    The winning filmmaker will receive a digital distribution consultation from SnagFilms and will become a candidate for Project of the Month. That winner will be awarded with a creative consultation from the fine folks at the Tribeca Film Institute!

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    Attention Editors: Has BitTorrent Created the Solution for Syncing Files Remotely?

    BitTorrent, the creators of the p2p (person-to-person) torrent protocol that so riles the entertainment industries as they seek to cut down on torrent distribution, has just announced that their new protocol, BitTorrent Sync, is in beta. After doing private alpha testing for several months, the dev...

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    'Broken' Actor Tim Roth On Why Actors Should Embrace VOD And Why Vimeo Is The Place for Filmmakers

    Tim Roth's new film, "Broken," directed by Rufus Norris, was released in theaters today -- or to be more accurate, just one theater, The Quad Cinema in Manhattan. But even if you don't live nearby, you can still see the dark coming of age story. It's available to watch on VOD and iTunes or you can p...

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    One Website Lets You See What Cameras Your Favorite Films Were Shot On

    Late last year, a film nerd's paradise was launched on the internet: an all in one database of the cameras, lenses and other tech specs that all the people that worked on our favorite films used. Those people have their own website; it's called IMDb.

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    Here's How Screenwriters Can Learn to Talk to Movie Moguls and Agents

    Screenwriter Max Adams has just released her book "The New Screenwriter's Survival Guide," a guide to the industry written especially for screenwriters. The book is available to purchase here. For more information on the book, visit its website here.

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    Cable Costs, Vine Videos, Apple TV and More: 5 Tech Stories That Filmmakers (And Film Fans) Need to Read

    We've scoured the internet for important tech stories relevant to filmmakers (and film fans). Here are today's top 5.

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    Google Glass, 'House of Cards,' Digital Piracy and More: 5 Daily Tech Stories That Filmmakers (And Film Fans) Need To Read

    "House of Cards" and season four of "Arrested Development" became the first digital series to receive major nominations, breaking the barrier between tradition TV and digital platforms like Netflix

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    Kickstarter Gives Back What Public Television Takes Away, 'Citizen Koch' Makes Kickstarter Goal

    After The New Yorker profiled the story of Carl Deal and Tia Lessin's loss of a grant for their Sundance competition title "Citizen Koch" from public television producers ITVS, the filmmakers received an outpouring of support. The filmmakers, who made the stellar Katrina doc "Trouble the Water," we...

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