THE INDIEROUND UP #2: STORYTELLING TROPES, ROYALTY FREE VS COPYRIGHT FREE, GRASSROOTS MARKETING, AND MORE

Five things that we’ve come across this week that might be of interest to you DIY filmmakers out there: Storytelling Tropes: You’re looking to make a movie. Where do you start? Most likely with a script, right? Well, where do you start the script? If you like fun and colourful images that help to make sense […]

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The IndieRound Up #1: Budgeting a £1M feature, Stanley Kubrick’s Shining Treatment, Plot Holes explained, and more

We’re beta testing a new feature, the (not so?) cleverly titled IndieRound Up, where we aim to showcase a handful of stories from around the internet which we hope are of interest to you. So without further ado (or any ado, for that matter), here’s whats piqued our interest this week: The full cost & income […]

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2014 BFI London FF trailers, part 5: P-S

OK, we’re at the penultimate list now – part 5 of this year’s BFI London film fest trailers: Party Girl (dirs. Marie Amachoukeli, Claire Burger, Samuel Theis) Pasolini (dir. Abel Ferrara) Phoenix (dir. Christian Petzold) Ping Pong Summer (dir. Michael Tully) The Possibilities are Endless (dirs. Edward Lovelace, James Hall) The President (dir. Mohsen Makhmalbaf) Princess of France (dir. Matías Piñeiro) Queen and Country (dir. John Boorman) Radiator (dir. Tom Browne) No […]

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