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Indie Film & Filmmaking Roundup

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“Blood on the Bayou” made by Abbeville filmmaker, features Abbeville actors
The Kaplan Herald

“It’s been one heck of ride!” said Abbeville filmmaker Russell Hebert. It took him a year and a half long to make this Independent Film “Blood on the Bayou” from pre-production all the way to this week’s world premiere, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Filmmaking in India is all about numbers, not script: Srinivas
Times of India

Though the independent film making movement is on the rise, the case of distribution is still a big concern. This is because distributors (and the laws that govern them) are still stuck in an archaic structure.

American Film Institute announces 2012 AFI Awards selections
Examiner.com

LOS ANGELES, CA, December 10, 2012 – The American Film Institute (AFI) today announced the official selections of AFI AWARDS 2012 – the awards season event favored by artists and entertainment executives for its intimacy and collaborative recognition.

Light shines on independent filmmaking
The Independent

Actors Jude Law, Michael Gambon and Ben Drew were among the film-makers who turned out last night for the Moet British Independent Film Awards at Old Billingsgate Market in London. Jude Law was at the gongs to receive the Variety Award.

Very Independent Filmmaking, why?
noho arts district

Most people don’t make money from independent film and certainly not at the very, very independent end of the market. Even if you can make a film and market it, the chances of really making money unless it gets picked up and distributed by the big guys.

‘Broken,’ ‘Berberian Sound Studio’ Lead British Independent Film
Video · Filmmaking. « LA Film Critics Awards · Box Office: ‘Hyde Park’ Leads Debuts · British Independent Film Award Winners · ‘Sugar Man’ Tops IDA Awards …

Downtown West and Knoxville Horror Film Fest

Regal Cinemas Downtown West and Knoxville Horror Film Fest with help from Knoxville Film and the Secret City Film Fest are teaming up for a filmmaking …

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