CINEMATL


CinemATL + Reel GA
4 Reasons It Was Past Time for Leonard Maltin's Movie Guide to Stop Publication (Or Change)

As it was in the life of nearly every American cinephile born before the 1990s, raised in the churches and synagogues of Blockbuster and Hollywood Video every weekend, Maltin's guide was an important, major part of our weekly liturgy. 

Was being the operative, crucial definer...As vital a text as it was, here are four reasons I'm not mourning the loss of the LMMG:

ATLANTA FILM CHAT


CinemATL + Reel GA
Atlanta Film Chat's Dragoncon Coverage Continues with Darrell Hazelrig

Writer/Director/Producer/Editor/Etc. Darrell Hazelrig talks about working with New Puppet Order, his film premiering at Dragoncon, and his day job shooting industrials!

 
CinemATL + Reel GA
4 Reasons It Was Past Time for Leonard Maltin's Movie Guide to Stop Publication (Or Change)

As it was in the life of nearly every American cinephile born before the 1990s, raised in the churches and synagogues of Blockbuster and Hollywood Video every weekend, Maltin's guide was an important, major part of our weekly liturgy. 

Was being the operative, crucial definer...As vital a text as it was, here are four reasons I'm not mourning the loss of the LMMG:

Promotion, Promotion, Promotion

If you think promoting and self-promotion is selling out, pull up a seat, and let Peter John Ross of the Sonnyboo Podcast educate to the whys that perspective maybe hurting not just you.

TECH TIP - Compression of Time in Edit

FRAMELINES, the Emmy nominated show presents another tech tip for beginning filmmakers on COMPRESSION OF TIME IN THE EDIT.

Sunday Script Read: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

Sunday Script Read for August 17, 2014 BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID written by William Goldman

Atlanta Film Chat's Dragoncon Coverage Continues with Darrell Hazelrig

Writer/Director/Producer/Editor/Etc. Darrell Hazelrig talks about working with New Puppet Order, his film premiering at Dragoncon, and his day job shooting industrials!

What Will the Future Look Like for Indie Filmmakers? Hopefully It Will Have More Guts Than These Answers

Indiewire asked Sundance Next filmmakers what the future of independent film will look like? The result is indie film's post-game answer. Short, punchy enough to make it to air--in this case, be published--with just enough meat to have the taste of an intellectual meal without actually being filling.