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When documentary ScaredSacared failed to find a theatrical distributor, producer Cari Green and director Velcrow Ripper took it on the road themselves.
Distribution consultant Peter Broderick says filmmakers should consider new strategies for distributing their films to avoid future disappointment.This is the last in a series of articles that came out of the Vancouver International Film Festival Trade Forum that ended last month.
The PR guns are blazing in anticipation of Outfoxed filmmaker Robert Greenwald's new feature about world's biggest retailer.
North American indie film distributors Jeff Sackman of THINKFilm and Bill Banning of Roxie Releasing say that the theatrical documentary is a slippery fish.
Purpose-built cinema centre marks dawn of new era for Vancouver International Film Festival.
A grassroots Canadian non-profit is trying to boost home-grown films at the box office from the ground up.
Salam Pax had no filmmaking experience when he started his video blogs from Iraq. It didn't matter.
Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 is devastating in its attack on the Bush administration and cries out for a response from the American people on 2nd November.
Blackstar changes name to SendIt
Do publicists underestimate the usefulness of the internet in selling a film?