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    Project of the Day: Family Perseverance Doc "Zabaleen"

    Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite.

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    Congrats to "Gwapa," Project of the Week

    Thanks to your votes, inspirational documentary "Gwapa" won this weekend's Project of the Week. Congratulations to director Meg Pinsonneault. The filmmaker will receive a digital distribution consultation from SnagFilms and is now officially a candidate for Project of the Month. T...

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    Will You See This Movie? | Gov. Ann Richards Doc May Explain Today's Political Clusterf**k

    "Backwards and In High Heels" describes the lengths to which former Texas Governor Ann Richards (who served from 1991-1995, and died at age 73 in 2006) would go to do her job. It's also the name of an in-the-works film documenting the career of one of Texas's most beloved poli...

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    Kodak Expands Online Education Store

    Kodak has expanded its United States online education store. Kodak color and black-and-white negatives are now available online at a 30 percent discount for students.

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    Project of the Day: 2003...The Biggest Protest in History

    Remember the big anti-war march in Feb 2003? It was the biggest the world had ever seen. 800 cities, nearly 30 million people – also the potential audience for this movie. Everyone thought it was a big failure, right? Wrong! It didn’t stop the war - but what if we showed you what it did achieve? Lik...

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    How to be Censored in China: A Brief Filmmaking Guide

    Censorship sounds like something that only takes place under the cover of night, executed by faceless authorities who strike without logic or warning. According to Robert Cain, who's been making movies in China for 25 years, that's not (entirely) the case.

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    SeeFlik's Student Film Festival Promises Cash Prizes, Industry Contacts and Film School Approval

    SeeFlik has announced an online student film festival that includes industry judges, a winners' showcase for talent agencies and studios and $50,000 in prize money.

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