[9 Dec 2014 | No Comment | ]
A Post Production Survival Guide From Your Friendly Film Distribution Company

The film post production process on an indie project is a critical, yet complex road riddled with constantly changing technology and methods. Add to this the lack of a single ‘one-size-fits-all’ workflow that is appropriate for every filmmaker, and you can find yourself in an overwhelming, budget-draining situation before you know it. Here are some pro tips to help you ensure the post process on your film is less stressful and more effective and will be most beneficial to maximize sales with a film distribution company:

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[19 Dec 2014 | No Comment | ]
Shadow of Afghanistan: An Afghan War Documentary That Will Open Your Eyes

“’Shadow of Afghanistan’ is an important film for the Muslim community, as well, since they are misunderstood by so many since 9/11,” says filmmaker Bauman. “The Afghan people may see the way out of terrorism more clearly than most. As Commander Wakil Akbarzai says in our film, ‘Your planes were hijacked. My country was hijacked too.’ Wakil’s nephew Abdullah reminds us: ‘There were no Afghans involved in 9/11.’”

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[17 Dec 2014 | No Comment | ]
Opening the Borders: Traveling to Cuba with Interesting Documentaries on Fidel Castro

At Cinema Libre Studio, we have long been looking at the complicated decades long struggle the US and Cuba have faced, and are proud of two films in our catalogue that take major activists and filmmakers into uncharted territory by exploring Fidel Castro’s relationship to the island nation of Cuba.

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[16 Dec 2014 | No Comment | ]
The DVD Santa Claus Wants You To Put Under Your Tree This Year!

For the documentary “Becoming Santa,” director Jeff Myers followed Jack on his journey to become Santa which entailed getting a custom Santa suit from Adele Saidy of ‘Adele’s of Hollywood,’ attending the ‘American Events Santa School’ taught by Susen Mesco in Denver and then Santa jobs. Along the way, Santa Jack rides in the 57th Annual Quincy Christmas Parade, rings a bell on a street corner in New York City for Volunteers of America and appears on the Susquehanna Railroad’s ‘Polar Express’ in Phillipsburg, New Jersey.

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[9 Dec 2014 | No Comment | ]
Ghost Documentaries: Lessons From The Ghosts of Christmas Past

Bah, humbug! It’s that time of the year again, and theaters all across the country are putting on productions of “A Christmas Carol.” The Denver Center for the Performing Arts presents “A Christmas Carol” Charles Dickens’ classic tale of how miserly Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by three spirits that help him discover the spirit of Christmas.

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[9 Dec 2014 | No Comment | ]
Wrestling Documentaries: The Underground World of Professional Wrestling

CARD SUBJECT TO CHANGE marks Tim Disbrow’s feature-length directorial debut. The title refers to the disclaimer that all promoters include on their flyers given the unpredictable nature of wrestlers and the featured match-ups. Disbrow is a lifelong fan and started out to make a film about the merits of the indy circuit.” As Disbrow put it, “My goal when making this film was to show the struggle that these dedicated athletes must endure in order to become successful in this strange and unorthodox industry.”