By Maya Chang At this year’s Sundance Festival, Academy-Award-winning Deaf actress Marlee’s captioning device malfunctioned at the Sundance screening of the film Magazine Dreams, spurring both her and jurors for the U.S. Dramatic Competition to walk out of the theater. This is only one of… Read More »Why We Need Better Accessibility in Film
By Bella Friedman During the height of the Covid-19 Pandemic, large streaming services including Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, and Apple TV, were spending tens of millions of dollars on independent films. Now that the pandemic is no longer considered a global emergency by the World Health… Read More »Where Do Independent Films Go Now?
There’s a lot that goes into making a film unforgettable. While acting talent is crucial, the imagery also sticks in moviegoers’ minds. Some films need a specific setting to bring out the best of their stories—for example, we’ve previously outlined five movies whose directors had… Read More »5 Iconic Sunglasses That Rose to Fame Thanks to These Legendary Films
Lights, Camera, Action The film industry has evolved over time, both in regard to production and how people watch them. Nowadays, releasing and viewing a movie has never been more accessible. With video sharing platforms and streaming services becoming more prominent, more filmmakers have been… Read More »How to Increase the Online Success of Your Movie
Starting a virtual film festival has never been easier or more profitable in 2022. Due to the pandemic, there are now more virtual platforms that are also affordable and easy to use. This guide will help both people who are thinking of starting their own… Read More »Step-by-step guide on how to run a virtual film festival
Whether it’s for a film festival or not, here are some tips to keep in mind while hosting a panel and Q&A: Identify Your Audience Who is your audience, and what do they want to hear? Who is the moderator? Who are the panelists? And… Read More »How to make a successful panel and Q&A?