By lance weiler, December 19th, 2006

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Our guest today is Eric Bassett, managing partner of Absurda. Absurda handles all of David Lynch’s interactive properties and is currently overseeing the DIY release of David’s newest digital feature, INLAND EMPIRE. Eric walks us through the release strategy that has David and the film traveling across the country this winter.

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For more information on INLAND EMPIRE click here


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By lance weiler, December 14th, 2006

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Our guest today is Robert Greenwald – producer, director and political activist. Greenwald and the team at Brave New Films, have created a number of politically charged documentaries – Outfoxed, Wallmart – the high cost of low price and most recently Iraq for Sale – the War Profiteers. Over time they have created their own model for making and distributing their work and in the process, have helped to spark social change.

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For more information on Brave New Films click here


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  • TCIBR podcast: A discussion about Fandom with Sharon Ross
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By lance weiler, December 8th, 2006

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Our guest today is Scott Kirsner a journalist, author and blogger. In our conversation we discuss his new book “The Future of Web Video”

More on the book http://stores.lulu.com/kirsner
Scott’s blog http://cinematech.blogspot.com/


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By lance weiler, December 1st, 2006

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Our guest today is Ted Sarandos, Chief Content Officer of Netflix. In our conversation Ted discusses how filmmakers can build audiences for their work, Netflix’s new production / distribution arm Red Envelope Entertainment and offers a glimpse into the company’s future plans.

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    Our guest today is writer / director Todd Rohal. Todd’s newest feature THE GUATEMALAN HANDSHAKE, is a visually stunning DIY feature shot on 35MM. Currently, Todd is traveling across the country on a DIY theatrical tour. In our conversation we discuss the process of working with non-actors, pulling off a lot of production values with little resources, and what… read more
  • INTERVIEW – Scott Kirsner & Jaman CEO Gaurav Dhillon
    Scott Kirsner from cinematech sent in this interview with Jaman CEO Gaurav Dhillon. From Scott “Jaman makes independent films from around the world available online. In this conversation, we talk about how the site is different from all other online movie marketplaces, Jaman’s social networking features, the terms of the deal Jaman offers to filmmakers, the site’s ability to send… read more
  • this conference is being recorded – Mesh Flinders – lonelygirl15
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By lance weiler, November 22nd, 2006

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In the process of compiling info for the 1st edition of the Workbook, I’ve been conducting a series of interviews and DIY roundtables. I’ve recorded the sessions and will make them available as a podcast. They will also appear as interviews within the Workbook itself. Below is the first installment of our podcast “this conference is being recorded”.

Our guest today is Alex Afterman of Heretic Films. In our conversation Alex breaks down how the DVD side of the business works and what filmmakers can do to best prepare themselves to reach retail and rental outlets.

To find out more http://www.hereticfilms.com and http://www.myspace.com/hereticfilms


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