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    Project of the Day: Animated CGI Short Tells the Story of a Flame Whose Days are Numbered

    Essence is a CG animated short that tells the story of a candle flame who realizes he only has moments to live.

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    Why We Need A Digital Database to Archive and Ultimately Preserve Films

    Film producer and festival programmer Ted Hope recently wrote on his blog Hope for Film about the need for the industry to create a digital database to archive films. He share his ideas and asks for feedback.

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    How to Make a Doc about Your Family While Keeping Your Sanity

    Shawney Cohen, the director of "The Manor," which will screen at DOC NYC, provides tips on how to make a personal documentary without losing your sanity.

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    How Do We Measure the Impact of Documentaries?: Data from the Puma Impact Award Nominees

    In the world of social issue filmmaking, great work is being done in linking films to real-world issues that need attention. But at the same time, more and more pressure is being placed on filmmakers to prove that their film is making real-world impact. The jurors for this year's Puma Impact Award ...

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    Project of the Day: The Worst Moment of Your Life Caught on Camera...By Your Friend

    How would you feel if the worst moment of your life was caught on camera..by your friend?

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    Project of the Day: 'Pier Kids' is a Film about Homeless LGBT Youth

    Pier Kids: The Life, a film about homeless LGBT youth, is driven by the director’s need to make peace with the trauma of his own past.

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    Watch: Using Only Body Paint and Stop-Motion Animation, One Artist Has a Unique Take on the Circle of Life

    Artist Emma Allen posted her circle-of-life-through-body-paint stop-motion animation to Vimeo a few months ago, but it's just now bubbled to the top, and the video is a great showcase of what makeup can do to tell stories.

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    Congrats to 'Canary in a Coal Mine,' Indiewire's Project of the Week!

    Thanks to your votes, a film about life with M.E., the most prevalent and devastating disease your doctor has never heard of entitled "Canary in the Coal Mine" won this weekend’s Project of the Week contest!

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    How I Won Canon's Project Imaginat10n Contest: For 'Here and Now' Director Julian Higgins, It's All Thanks to His Actress, Abigail Spencer

    If it weren't for Julian Higgins’ lead actress, his film short "Here and Now" would have never been made or and gone on to become one of the winning films in Canon's Project Imaginat10n film contest.

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    Filmmakers, Use This 10 Step Casting Checklist to Cast Your Low-Budget Indie

    Slated Editorial Director Colin Brown is back with another essay in his series on packaging films. This one's a two-parter about casting. Below is the second installement, which includes a ten-step checklist for how to cast your feature. Check out the first part of this exploration of casting her...

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