From the “Images of the Week” Dept.: Get groovy with the ghoulies invading this week’s installment, in which we posit scientifical evidence that local-ish movies such as THE WINDOW INTO TIME and DOUBLE DOSE OF TERROR!! really exist.
Archive for May, 2011
In this edition of C-U Blogfidential’s all-purpose column, “C-U Biz-en-scène,” we thank our CUZine advertisers, thank goodness you have numerous film shoots and film fests to engage, and thank our lucky stars that new movies are now playing/renting near you!
In this edition of “The Double Life of a Cinéaste,” author Tyler Tharpe ponders the apparent film industry need to manufacture movies that work overtime saying what they really mean.
From the “Images of the Week” Dept.: Although media activists Stephanie Stean and Paul Holze have relocated from the C-U to Tucson, Arizona, we’re updating the status of their life-in-South Africa documentary, THE STORY OF HAPPINESS, including what it has to do with YouTube’s push to propagate original content! Also, we like them lots, so just try and stop us.
In this edition of C-U Blogfidential’s all-purpose column, “C-U Biz-en-scène,” we highly suggest that you appear in a robot movie, take a photo class in Iceland, help a design firm shoot green screen, camp out at a UI movie marathon, and patronize the movies now playing/renting near you!
In this edition of C-U Blogfidential’s all-purpose column, “C-U Biz-en-scène,” we confirm the next Champaign Movie Makers meeting, spill on a local documentary opp, encourage the watching of films-from-books, and deposit the skinny on the movies now playing/renting near you!
C-U Blogfidential’s monthly open forum, “Clean Slate,” asks what “non-essential” equipment filmmakers should have on hand anyway!
In this edition of C-U Blogfidential’s all-purpose column, “C-U Biz-en-scène,” we think you should applaud LEADING LADIES, attend FALLING UP, try out for the Indy/C-U indie, apply for a video editing job, and soak up as many of the movies now playing/renting near you as possible!
Our exclusive EbertFlashBackFest wraps up with a brand-new conclusion as editor Jason Pankoke tells you why C-U Blogfidential willingly abstained from taking in Roger Ebert’s Film Festival last week.