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    Tribeca Launches First-Ever Innovation Week, with Aaron Sorkin Kicking Off Future of Film Panel

    The 2014 Tribeca Film Festival is launching its first-ever “Tribeca Innovation Week.” Running April 21-26, the Innovation Week will be a place for coders, screenwriters, hackers, futurists, gamers, directors, engineers, venture capitalists, film financiers, techno radicals, the generally curious and...

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    Will 2014 Be the Year That Smartphone Filmmaking Goes Mainstream?

    The smartphone, particularly Apple's iPhone, is revolutionizing moving-image making.

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    Debate Continues Over Use of A.O. Scott's Modified 'Llewyn Davis' Tweet; He Said No to Publicity Team When Approached UPDATED

    UPDATE: It seems that when A.O. Scott was approached over email by "Inside Llewyn Davis" publicist Cynthia Swartz about using his tweet in a full-page NYT ad for the film, he gave her a pretty clear "No." Per the Times, he responded to Swartz via email:

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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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    Viewster Launches Online Film Festival with $100K in Prize Money

    Streaming site Viewster has launched a new Online Film Festival, slated for March 2014, with $100,000 in prize money to be award to the fest’s winning films. The online festival is now accepting submissions through March for original films with the theme “When Life Gives You Lemons.”

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    Are Mobile Movies The Way of the Future?

    The 21st century saw the movie fundamentally change - how it was shown, experienced and - most importantly - made. Color, sound, larger formats and 3D all presented new challenges and opportunities for makers to tell their stories. Today, makers are being again challenged as to what it means to ma...

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    Ted Hope's List of 30 Really Bad Things About the Indie Film Business in 2013

    2013 has been a good year for indie film, but producer Ted Hope has come up with a list of 30 "really bad things" about the indie film business this year.

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    Imagine The Movie Theater of The Future: All The World's A Screen

    In a guest post, Andrei Severny imagines the future of cinema -- it's a thrilling and terrifying vision.

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    LA's Classic Film Series 'Last Remaining Seats' Faces the Digital Steamroller

    “Last Remaining Seats” is the title of the Los Angeles Conservancy’s yearly classic film series. This year, as the series begins on Saturday (June 1) with a sold-out screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s “To Catch a Thief,” the title is more than a little ironic.

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