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Filmmaker Toolkit: Technology

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    Who Needs Theatrical? Why Hal Hartley is Distributing 'Ned Rifle' Via Vimeo on Demand

    Veteran indie auteur Hal Hartley has been known for his forward thinking embrace of technology.

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    7 Mobile Apps Every Filmmaker Should Have in Their Toolkit

    Attention, filmmakers: you need these apps.

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    MPAA Launches WhereToWatch.com, Its Most Daring Stand Against Piracy Yet

    But the truth is, the film and television industry needed a comprehensive site like WhereToWatch.com to curb piracy years ago.

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    Could the iPhone 6's Camera Revolutionize Filmmaking?

    With the new iPhone 6's camera, indie filmmakers have another relatively affordable tool at their disposal.

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    Top 10 Indies in the iTunes Store: 'Snowpiercer' and 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' Top the List

    Released early on VOD, "Snowpiercer" continues to dominate the list of indies in the iTunes store.

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    Will This New Online Tool Revolutionize Location Scouting?

    Filmmaker Robert Carrier recounts how his experience making his debut feature film, "Scavenger Hunt," led to his founding The Scoutr – an online prop sourcing and location scouting platform that he feels could be the future of filmmaking.

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    Check Out This DIY Slow Motion, But Don't Try It At Home

    DIY filmmaker and special effects guru Joey Shanks recently rented the Casio EX-F1 for a week and captured this really cool slow-mo.

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    Watch: Brit Marling, Michael Pitt and Director Mike Cahill Explore the Inspiration Behind 'I Origins'

    Brit Marling, Michael Pitt, director Mike Cahill and VFX supervisor Michael Glen sit down with The Creators Project for a behind-the-scenes look at "I Origins"

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    Attention Filmmakers: You Can Get a Blackmagic Pocket Camera Half Price

    Originally on the market for just shy of $1000, the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera will temporarily be available for $495.

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