A production company in California, Bengal Mangle Productions, has filed a lawsuit against Seth MacFarlane alleging copyright infringement over the 2012 movie about a foul-mouthed stuffed toy “Ted”.
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News of Paul Walker’s death was tragic and unsettling. As an avid car enthusiast, I am a big fan of the “Fast” franchise of adrenaline pumping car chase movies. I’m sure I join his many fans in mourning our loss. Which got me thinking about whether the installment of the film franchise in which he […]
Are you getting the most out of your online marketing efforts? Last year, Google announced a change to its search rankings algorithm, lowering results for known pirate sites. Critics asked why the company would not do the same for Youtube, since that site is widely viewed as a repository for pirated films and music. Read […]
Lesson Of Toronto: Indie Filmmakers Better Keep Budgets Low As Distribs Grow … Deadline.com Now, the major agents came home happy because they sold almost all the films they crossed the border with. But the actual deals are telling us something about the economy of independent film making. Lady Filmmakers Film Festival Coming to Beverly Hills Sept. 28-30th The Beverly Hills […]
Bijou hosts pioneer indie filmmaker Nancy Savoca Ct Post Pioneering independent filmmaker Nancy Savoca, who caused a sensation at the 1989 Sundance Film Festival with “True Love,” will do a question-and-answer session at the Bijou Theatre in Bridgeport on Thursday, Aug. 30 after a screening of her latest film. From Girls to No-Budget Filmmaking: Alex […]
Indie Focus: Objectivity turns to negativity with Craig Zobel’s ‘Compliance’ Los Angeles Times Even before Craig Zobel’s psychological thriller “Compliance” premiered this year at the Sundance Film Festival, the filmmaker knew the movie would be a button-pusher. Still, he didn’t expect the very vocal, very negative response from some. Julie Delpy goes from serious actress […]
April 11, 2012 Via Chris Henson, New Orleans Indie Movie Examiner “The film industry in New Orleans, and in Louisiana in general, is booming. But it is not only the major studio productions coming to the Crescent City. Independent filmmaking has also exploded in the area. Non-profit organizations like the New Orleans Video Access Center […]