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Google says you can upload your video to its web site for free, so is there a cost and where is it?
One way of getting a message over or documenting an important event is to make a videolog.
As DVD projection costs come down, filmmakers are finding it more easy to connect directly with their core audience.
Downloading video online was big in 2005. In 2006 it will get huge, as more television and film becomes available to download and the major web players compete to host your clips.
Digital Rights Management for the masses is a great initiative, but buyer be aware that you can sometimes get those clips legitimately for free.
HD machines and the first hi-def movie releases are announced, but who wants to be part of a VHS vs. Betamax rerun?
Passions have been running high over plans to convert the historic auditorium of Edinburgh Cameo Cinema One.
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.
A review of Adobe Photoshop Elements 4.0 and Adobe Premiere Elements 2.0.