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Archive for October, 2009
Join us for this important flashback 10 years in the making, dearest readers of C-U Blogfidential.
Festival passes for the 12th annual Roger Ebert’s Film Festival in Champaign, IL, in April 2010 will go on sale this Sunday, November 1, 2009.
Dark Maze Studios of Champaign, IL, reveals their first teaser poster for PRESS START 2 CONTINUE, which is currently in production.
Join us back for the attack this December when our first “off-season” issue, C-U Confidential ’99, hits the streets!
Champaign Movie Makers, a group dedicated to fostering independent and personal filmmaking in the Champaign-Urbana area, will next meet at the UIUC Foreign Language Building in Urbana, IL, on Wednesday, October 21, 2009.
On Wednesday, September 30, 2009, CNGM Pictures of Palatine, IL, released to DVD their college-set drama NORMAL LIFE, filmed in Bloomington-Normal during the spring of 2006.
Taste the possible future of narrative film presentation by taking in an old-fashioned low-budget romance, OPA!, at the Beverly Cinema 18 in Champaign, IL, starting on Friday, October 16, 2009.
You’ve heard of speed dating, yes? Well, then, how about an exciting round of “speed casting” for the indie film FINDING VIRGINIA, starting at 5 p.m. today, Friday, October 16, 2009, at the Capital Area Career Center in Springfield, IL? Madness!
Thomas C. Card and Pounded Pavement Productions need to find a few good film people for before and behind the camera. Christopher DeSouza and Next Process Films need to find a few good film people for behind and (presumably) in front of the camera. Your humble editor and C-U Blogfidential suggest that you investigate their needs.
C-U Blogfidential shares some ideas about places to go, people to meet, and events to attend, because we are firm believers in moderating one’s time in front of one’s video screens at the home front.
THE INFORMANT! adds $8.7 million to its total earnings during its second full week of release in the U.S. Yes, we know its third full week of release just concluded. Tell it to the judge!
Here’s the trailer for the upcoming Premonition Pictures movie, A CERTAIN POINT OF VIEW, coming to DVD on December 16, 2009, after being completely shot in Champaign-Urbana earlier this year.
If TRON can spawn a sequel, why not PRESS START? Dark Maze Studios of Champaign reveals that PRESS START 2 CONTINUE is currently in production.