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MiniDV on a Mini Budget: A Guide to Cameras

By April Gardner
The Panasonic DVX100A has garnered praise for its 24P mode.
Finding the right digital camera for an independent filmmaker can be daunting with so many choices. Here is a guide to top cameras and general definitions, as determined by film community, to get you started.

Industry News

By Melinda Green
"End of the Century: The Ramones Story" screens at the FilmFest New Haven this month. Photo courtesy of Magnolia Pictures.
A report of news & happenings in the local industry for September 2004.

Industry News

By Melinda Green
"Pretend" screens on Friday August 5 at 5 pm as part of the Woods Hole Film Festival.
The DNC, Woods Hole and Rhode Island Film Fests, and more... A report of news & happenings in the local industry for August 2004.

Industry News

By Melinda Green
"Noise" screens on Saturday, July 31 at 9 pm as part of the Woods Hole Film Festival.
A report of news & happenings in the local industry for July 2004.

INside Edition

By Ellen Mills
On the set of "The INdustry."
Boston TV producer Kathryn Shehade debuts a new series called "The INdustry," which offers a behind-the-scenes look at the stress, sweat and sometimes tears of those who make it all happen in the entertainment field.

Industry News

By Melinda Green
Matthew Temple's "Senses of Place" premieres at the Lake Placid Film Festival this month.
A report of news & happenings in the local industry for June 2004.

Sound Design

By Chris Anderson
Mix One Studios in Boston (www.mixonestudios.com).
It’s about time. And space. And air.  Learn the fundamentals of sound design in the first of this series about sound design from Mix One Studios partner Chris Anderson.

Industry News

By Melinda GreenA report of news & happenings in the local industry for May 2004.

Boston Phoenix: BFVF's Reincarnation

By Rebecca Richards
The FilmShack production center will house the new Boston Educational Film and Video Association.
FilmShack Founder Robert Patton-Spruill picks up the pieces of the Boston Film/Video Foundation to form the new Boston Educational Film and Video Association.

Industry News

By Melinda Green
"Beyond Dreamland" plans to wrap production August 2004.
"The Twelve Dogs of Christmas," an upcoming Bravo series, "Beyond Dreamland" and more... A report of news & happenings in the local industry for April 2004.

Industry News

By Allison Walton
A still from "The Sweetest Sound" by Alan Berliner showing at the Maine Jewish Film Festival this month.
BFVF's closing, WGBH contest, upcoming screenings... A report of news & events in the local industry for March 2004.

Industry News

By Chris Cooke
 Willie Garson in Jeffrey Seckendorf's "The Crux," which screens this month at the Director's View Film Festival.
"Things I Hate About You," "Rose and the Snake," upcoming fests and more... A report of news & events in the local industry for February 2004.

Industry News

By Chris Cooke
Errol Morris's newest film "Fog of War" screens on Friday, January 30th at Coolidge Corner Theatre.
"Gilmore Girls," "Pledge of Allegiance Blues" and more... A report of news & events in the local industry for January 2004.

Green Lights Ahead

By Randy SteinbergDiane McNamara brings together Boston’s film community with a new networking program, Project Green Light.

DocuClub: Show Me the Footage

By Ellen Mills
Julie Mallozzi's film "A Name for Our Family" screened as part of DocuClub's In The Works series. Photo by Andrew Page
For filmmakers with a rough cut and many questions, the Manhattan-based DocuClub offers a professional screening, knowledgeable critique and lots of community.

Industry News

By Chris Cooke
Brownie Wise tosses a Tupperware to one of the ladies.
Southeastern CT Film Office Closes, "Empire Falls," and more... A report of news & events in the local industry for December 2003.

Industry News

By Chris Cooke
Lisa Gornick's film "Do I Love You?" will screen on November 15 at 7:30 pm as part of the Eros Film Festival (www.ctglff.org).
Reality TV takes over, Adam Sandler's "The Mayor," and more... A report of news & events in the local industry for November 2003.

Money for Mainers

By Robert Woo
Maine Filmmaker Nancy Andrews received the First Annual Partners in Maine Film Fellow.
The Maine Arts Commission offers grants for artists including filmmakers and screenwriters.

Industry News

By Chris Cooke
The Rhode Island International Horror Film Festival will a rescreen a print of The Golem with live accompaniment opening night.
Premiere of "Cabin Fever," filming of "Bereft," and more... A report of news & events in the local industry for October 2003.

The State of the Arts

By Genevieve ButlerThe results of The Free Expression Policy Project’s Arts Funding Policy Report shed light on individual state's policies on artistic freedom.

Uncovering "Overserved"

By Hilary Barraford
On the set of "Overserved" in Boston.
Actress Hilary Barraford gives an insider’s look at the new independent film "Overserved," a comic showdown at a typical Boston bar between the bar staff and the barflies they serve.

Industry News

By Chris Cooke
"Act Your Age" will screen the Coolidge Corner Theatre this month.
Maureen Foley's new feature, "Martha Stewart Living," and more... A report of news & events in the local industry for September 2003.

Man in the Mooncusser

By Randy Steinberg
Suzanne Vega.
Christopher Kelly Seufert talks about being a documentary filmmaker, his company Mooncusser Films, and his latest subject, Suzanne Vega.

Industry News

By Chris Cooke
"Passionada" premieres in New Bedford at a gala before its nationwide release August 15.
A report of news & events in the local industry for August 2003.

Working It

By Dan McCallumThe national non-profit Actors’ Work Program tackles the industry’s economic turmoil -- one union member at a time.

Industry News

By Chris Cooke
"Almost Salinas" will screen on July 26 as part of the Woods Hole Film Festival.
MTV's Real World/Road Rules Challenge, Jim Carrey's "Lemony Snicket," FilmShack's "Edge of Darkness," and more... A report of news & events in the local industry for July 2003.

Industry News

By Chris Cooke
"Don't Tempt Me" will screen as part of the Provincetown Film Festival this month.
Shooting "Alex and Emma"; David Mamet's latest film; upcoming fest deadlines; and more... A report of news & events in the local industry for June 2003.

Budget Cuts and Bruises

By Melanie Turpin
Somerville Community Access TV’s Somerville Access Youth Media! earned a $1,000 Gold Star grant from the MCC.
The Massachusetts Cultural Council adapts to state budget cuts and prepares for the uncertain fiscal year ahead.

Got DVDs?

By Randy Steinberg
Filmmaker Peter Tucker's film "Irrigation" part of the Aspect Magazine DVD will screen at the Gallery @ Green Street .
The Gallery @ Green Street opens a DVD library of indie movies and new media with a 72-hour screening in conjunction with the Boston Cyberarts Festival.

Industry News

By Chris Cooke
"Tipping the Velvet" will screen as part of the Connecticut Gay and Lesbian Film Festival this month.
"Providence" starring Matthew Broderick; filming of "The Stepford Wives" with Nicole Kidman; upcoming fest deadlines; and more... A report of news & events in the local industry for May 2003.