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    The Economist Film Project and PBS Newshour Announce Documentary Series

    The Economist Film Project which was introduced to the film community with a series of panels during Sundance has announced the PBS NEWSHOUR slate of documentary films that reflect the types of issues The Economist is known for covering. The Edge of Joy, Wagah, Last Train Home (to be released by Zeitgeist in U.S.) and Good Fortune have all been selected as part of the Project’s initial slate of films. The featured films cover a wide variety of issues ranging from Nigeria’s battle against maternal mortality and the annual mass migration of China’s urban workers back to their villages, to a nightly ritual celebrating the closing of India and P...

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    Guest Blogger: Morris Ruskin of Shoreline

    Morris Ruskin of Shoreline writes a blog on Huffington Post. This blog is on Investing in Film and draws on his experience investing in some 50 films including Glengarry Glen Ross.

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    Hot Docs' Sean Farnel

    Sean Farnel – The present and future of documentary films

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    Miami International Film Festival: Encuentros

    Diana Sanchez hails from Toronto where she worked at the Fest there, the great TIFF. She worked there as Latin American Programmer in 2002 and before that was an Assistant. She worked as a consultant for Latin American and Spanish cinema for Rotterdam Film Festival. Here in Miami she worked since 2003 as an international advisor (consultant) having come in with former Sundance Film Festival organizer Nicole Guillemet. This from 2003-2008. Now she's back with MIFF as Encuentros Director and Senior Programming Consultant.'My inspiration for Encuentros is Rotterdam Cinemart.'Diana's partner in this event is the talented and experienced Span...

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    Media Arts Center San Diego receives grant award from California Council for the Humanities

    There is actually still government grant money being awarded to worthy projects!

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    Internet Fundraising: Rocks Snakes

    Introduction by Peter Belsito, Guest BloggerThe below piece (really feels like a diary entry) by a filmmaker of our acquaintance introduces an interesting and worthy project attempting to raise funds over the internet. This indie feature, a dramatic film, is going through a process now that is becoming more established and useful in our indie world.What is the main problem today? As Ted Hope, profiled recently in this blog, eloquently said, "the rules for funding have fundamentally changed". Basically as we see it more and more films are coming on line every day and funding sources have not kept up (i.e. have not been increasing).What to d...

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    Cannes Marche du Film - What's New This Year

    New this year at the Cannes Market:Aside from the five year old Producers Network, a new series of events will take place under the aegis of Producers Workshop. See below the jump for more information.

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    Black Power Mixedtapes Hosted by The Economist in Sundance is Acquired by Wide for Berlin

    Wide Management had added Black Power Mixtapes: 1967 - 1975 directed by Swedish Göran Hugo Olsson starring Danny Glover, Talib Kwali, Erykah Badu and Harry Belafonte to its impressive documentary section of films, From 1967 to 1975, fueled by curiosity and naïveté, Swedish journalists traversed the...

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    U.S.'s New Congress Proposes Spending Cuts on Culture

    The cinema's main lobbyist for culture in Washington is The Creative Coalition. As the premiere nonprofit, nonpartisan social and public advocacy organization of the arts and entertainment community since 1989, it is dedicated to educating and mobilizing its members on issues of public importance. Actors Dana Delany and Tim Daly serve as the organization's co-presidents.Today it expressed concern regarding spending cuts proposed by the Chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives' Committee on Appropriations. In an outline of proposed funding cuts for the current fiscal year, Committee Chairman Hal Rogers (R-KY) would cut back funding for t...

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    Rotterdam Cinema Reloaded

    The International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) finishes the first phase of its Cinema Reloaded program with the launch of its first two crowd-funded short films. These films by Ho Yuhang and Alexis Dos Santos are supported by hundreds of individual donations from Cinema Reloaded co-producers. For ...

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