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Plenty of West In Vancouver Fest

Western Canadian filmmakers to the fore at VIFF 2005; fewer films in Dragons and Tigers line-up.

2005 Film Preview

Sequels and remakes look likely to dominate headlines in 2005, again.

Vancouver International Film Festival trade forum

Culture versus commerce debate clouds encouraging growth figures for Canada's film industry.

Vancouver Sets Sights On "Changing the World"

Documentaries to the fore at 23rd Vancouver International Film Festival.

Edinburgh International Film Festival 2004 Preview

Plenty of treats in store with typically diverse EIFF programme.

The Future of Access

As the cost of making a film drops what future do film and video access centres have?

Making A Film In 24 Hours (Part 2)

Two weeks later and the votes are in for the "best" 24 Hour films.

Making A Film In 24 Hours

If you want to make a film fast join a contest and be prepared for all eventualities.

Errol Morris and the Interrotron Interviewing Machine

How many times have you heard it said, "You should never look at the camera"? There's a belief that even a cursory glance in the direction of the lens can break the illusion, for those watching, of being a fly-on-the-wall.

Book review: From Reel to Deal - Everything You Need to Create a Successful Independent Film

Let maverick film instructor Dov S-S Simens take you to filmmaking bootcamp with his book, From Reel to Deal - Everything You Need to Create a Successful Independent Film

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