CUBlog correspondent Robin Christian reports on how film production experience can always be augmented by professional advice given at the American Film Market in Santa Monica, CA.
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We had a good thing going, you and we, but the forces of media upheaval, consumer complacency, and altogether reasonable life changes have pried us apart as feared. Don’t you cry, TR. We’ll always have Chambana.
The professionals spoke their mind on producing films for a worldwide market at last fall’s American Film Market in Santa Monica, CA. Robin Christian took good notes on the nuts and the bolts…
The sixth annual New Art Film Festival is … not accepting entries just yet. Read on, MacNAFFs…
Read this, heed this, and then stop paying attention to any electronic screen within your vicinity so you can make it safely to That’s Rentertainment in Campustown. Today is Video Store Day!
Our man in Hollywood, Robin Christian, returns to a scene he knows very well – the annual American Film Market in Santa Monica, CA – and provides beginners’ tips for wading those filmy waters!
Champaign marketing firm Surface 51 is casting far and wide for talent to populate an upcoming television campaign they are producing. Read the casting call right here!
Sometimes it is imperative to discuss the nitty gritty concerning Champaign-Urbana movies, including production costs. Today, we take a brief look at the crowdsource campaigns for LOWLIFES, ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE 1970s, and THE GARDEN OF CHLOE.
The team behind Dark Maze Studios of Champaign is heading for new pastures with the on-line debut of Neon Harbor this Friday, June 14, 2013!
We wish the best of success for every media-making business out there, but sometimes certain good things must end. The Movie Fan of Normal and Prairie Production Group of Champaign, for instance, both quit doing business at the end of April.
In this edition of C-U Blogfidential’s all-purpose column, “C-U Biz-en-scène,” we address several developments in media and intellectual property involving restored copyright, Kodak bankruptcy, SOPA/PIPA, and an AMPAS report. Yes, get serious.
Let’s try this one more time with feeling, dearest readers. Booking deadline for advertising in the C-U Confidential ’99 one-shot is now Wednesday, November 16, 2011. And that’s it. Now or never, please!
In this edition of C-U Blogfidential’s all-purpose column, “C-U Biz-en-scène,” the rebirth of MICRO-FILM News Blog moves up, the publication of C-U Confidential ’99 moves back, filming begins on THE HAUNTED HOUSE, and movies continue to play/rent near you!
Here lies “Part One” of how you can do your part to foster expansion of C-U Confidential as a body of printed work to reckon with – place an add in C-U Confidential ’99, the first spin-off issue.