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    Watch: 'Reinvent Hollywood' Discusses the Audience's Role in The Filmmaking Process

    Reinvent Hollywood continued it Google Hangout series with a look at the role of the audience in the filmmaking process with panelists including "Obvious Child" writer/director Gillian Robespierre.

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    Call for Projects: Canadian National Film Board and ARTE Want Your Project for Their Online Series

    Attention, filmmakers, the National Film Board of Canada and Canadian arts group ARTE are beginning a web series and need submissions. Entitled "Interactive Haiku," the series wants to compile "short online experiences" from an international body of filmmakers.

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    Here's How Crowdfunding Rescued This Indie Movie Theater in NYC

    Thanks to a successful crowd funding campaign on Indiegogo, the independently owned Brooklyn Heights Cinema can afford to transition to digital projection - and keep its doors open.

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    Watch: The History of the Movie Trailer from 'The Jazz Singer' to 'Jaws' and Beyond

    In a world...where movie trailers didn't exist... Love them or hate them, movie trailers are an integral part of the movie going experience -- but that wasn't always the case. The smart folks over at FilmmakerIQ.com have tracked the evolution of "coming attractions" with this video.

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    Movie Theaters Receive Special Instructions on How to Project 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'

    Most films are projected in one aspect ratio ( most commonly, 1.85:1), but Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel" is presented in three aspect ratios, which is why it's not surprising that Fox Searchlight would send movie theaters special instructions on how to project it.

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    Hey Documentary Filmmakers: True/False Announces New 'Pay The Artists' Initiative

    The True/False Film Festival -- which goes down this year from February 27-March 2 in Columbia, Missouri -- has announced a new initiative that should please documentary filmmakers: The Pay The Artists Program.

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    Why Can't America's Heartland See Itself on the Big Screen?

    Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel" neatly summarizes the relationship that contemporary Hollywood films commonly have to the vast, diverse American landscape. The city is where things happen: where news is made and disseminated, where heroes and villains can stage their big coming out, and where people an...

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    Art House Convergence Kicks Off: Here's Why Art Houses Need to Be Advocates

    In his kickoff speech at the 2014 Edition of the Art House Convergence, Ira Deutchman asks "How do we harness the spirit of cooperation, and the potential power of a group that keeps growing year after year?" Read his entire speech here.

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    Studios Abandon Film, Small Theaters Struggle -- And There's a Happy Ending

    Studios continue to eliminate 35 MM prints and small theaters around the country struggle to convert to digital.

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