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    Congrats to 'Mudbloods,' Indiewire's Project of the Week!

    Thanks to your votes, a story about UCLA’s fledgling Quidditch team who makes their bid for the Quidditch World Cup, "Mudbloods" won this weekend’s Project of the Week contest!

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    Project of the Day: Stop-Motion Animation 'Automatic Fitness' Shows Our Automated, Robotic Lives

    To be or haven’t time to be? A labyrinth poetry on the human automatism. A parody of this already aged so called modern way of life

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    Why We Must Free Film From Running Time Prejudice

    With the rise of more time flexible distribution platforms, filmmaker Andrei Severny thinks it's time for cinema to break free from the old established running time restrictions.

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    Congrats to 'MAJOR!,' October's Project of the Month!

    Congratulations to "MAJOR!" director Annalise Ophelian! The project received the most votes to win August's Project of the Month. The prize is a creative consultation and Tribeca Film Institute.

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    Vote for Project of the Week! Will It Be 'Days,' 'Diaries,' 'Mudbloods' or 'Killing'?

    Vote below for this week's Project of the Week.

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    Indiewire's Ultimate Guide to Transmedia

    As filmmakers experiment with transmedia storytelling, they continue to look to Indiewire for resources on the best practices and tips for creating transmedia projects.

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    The History of Cinema Sound in Infographics: From 'The Jazz Singer' to 'Gravity'

    This infographic from Dolby documents the development of cinema sound technology from some of the first scratchy sounds in the earliest movies with sound nearly 90 years ago to the stereo era of the 1970s to the incredibly detailed audio of current films like "Gravity," which features Dolby Atmos so...

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    Get Screenwriting Tips From Tony Gilroy, Susannah Grant, David S. Goyer and More in BAFTA's "How I Write" Video Series

    In an effort to inspire and equip aspiring screenwriters with the tricks of the trade, BAFTA has created a series of videos entitled "How I Write," featuring established Hollywood screenwriters like Tony Gilroy, Peter Morgan and Richard Curtis.

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    How to Make a Documentary that Rises Above the 'Social Issue' Cliches, from Directors of 'These Birds Walk'

    The filmmakers behind "These Birds Walk" have gotten high marks for critics for resisting the cliches of documenting non-profits in the so-called developing world. Omar Mullick and Bassam Tariq's film focuses on the Edhi Foundation, which helps street kids in Pakistan. In his review for Variety, cr...

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    Project of the Day: Jeffery Self Writes a Mumblegore Movie with the Creator of the 'Chloe' Videos

    When people tell you are believe them. Maya Angelou said that. Or was it Oprah? Either way. When somebody tells you they're a killer. Listen

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