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Making a short film with a low budget is not any problem in any respect. Multimedia art classes are the most difficult subject, if you would ask me. Your time and money, and creativity are the things you consider. Professor are not easy to please.
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I took some time to interview our newest Creative Funding grant recipient, S.X. Anderson, about his new documentary film, Learning to Dunk & Other Impossible Adventures. S.X. was recently approved to raise $186,000.00 in tax-deductible funds for his feature-length documentary film.
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Added by Joey O'Connor on December 17, 2014 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Asbury University's M.A. program in Digital Storytelling is now offering two free ebooks online. The first book, How to Create Better Digital Stories, is by Asbury professor Sarah Leckie. Sarah spent ten years shooting stories in over thirty countries for a ministry organization. She…Continue
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Dear VSN Friends,
I want to personally invite you to the free Creative Funding for Artists Webinar I'm hosting with The Grove Center for the Arts & Media next Thursday morning, December 4, 9am PST/Noon EDT.…
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For more information on Creative Funding for Artists from The Grove Center for the Arts & Media, please visit us at http://thegrovecenter.org/creative-funding-for-artists/
Learn how you can apply for a Creative Funding grant from The Grove and start funding your next film…Continue
Added by Joey O'Connor on November 10, 2014 at 6:00pm — No Comments
Chris and Denise Bueno have put serious bst (blood, sweat and tears) into this film inspired by a true story of a football player struck blind in the glory days of high school. The film is in theaters in the U.S. this week. I highly recommend it. Find out more at 23 Blast. Find out about theater and showtimes…Continue
Added by Clyde Taber on October 31, 2014 at 8:31pm — No Comments
Are you tired of struggling alone to fund your films?
Do you need a creative way to fund your…Continue
Added by Joey O'Connor on October 25, 2014 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Created For The Kingdom
September 12-14, 2014
I want to invite you to be a part of an extraordinary initiate, where people like you and your friends can work on creating something that matters and transform lives.
On September 12 to 14, 2014 in Austin, Texas, filmmakers, entrepreneurs, technologists, game…Continue
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On November 5th to 8th this year, delegates from around the world will be gathering for the Call2all Global Congress in Pueblo, Mexico. During this congress the world's foremost media based ministries are coming together to create a dynamic "Global Media Network track" that will run everyday of the congress. Those who attend this track will…Continue
Added by Cal Curtis on September 22, 2013 at 2:39am — No Comments
In the old days, directors were contract players, so they were directing nearly every day of their career. But in today’s freelance film and video world, most directors aren’t shooting more than once every two or three months. As a result, many directors don’t understand how to act on a set or how to lead. Here’s five things that have made an important difference for me on a film set or in a TV studio:
1) Do your homework. Once you get to the studio, the cash register…Continue
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Christian Film Database is a Non-denomination Christian Movie List. We list all films with a "…
Media2Go is a 6-7…Continue
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We've been given an award by an ethical bank in the UK (I know, not many left, huh?), to translate My Name Is Sorrow into Russian. This is progressing slowly.
I'm trying to raise the funding to translate the film into other 'international languages' so that people can see and hear it without mediation. I'm wanting to work on the French and Spanish translations, but I've also got offers from people to translate it into Polish and Filipino.
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There’s something about the shower that makes ideas explode in my head. Once that water hits my face, for whatever reason, the ideas start popping. Driving is similar, as well as sitting in church, on a plane, or in a waiting room. Whenever I can’t move, my brain kicks in.
Why does it matter? It matters because knowing where your ideas happen is the key to making them happen more often. How about you? When do your best ideas happen? Listening to music? At…Continue