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Room 666: 44min Compendium of Cinematic Knowledge

If you could get a large group of some of cinema’s greatest directors in one room, what would you ask them? Well, director Wim Wenders got that opportunity while at the 1982 Cannes Film Festival, and subsequently made a documentary about it. 16 iconic directors, including Jean-Luc GodardSteven Spielberg,Werner Herzog, and Rainer Werner Fassbinder, were asked a series of questions about the future of the film industry, as well as the art form itself, and their answers became an incredible 44-minute video compendium of cinematic knowledge. Continue reading Room 666: 44min Compendium of Cinematic Knowledge

1992 Interview with Quentin Tarantino

Cinephilia & Beyond recently posted an article that featured a fascinating interview between Paul Zimmerman and Quentin Tarantino from 1992 where they discussed his upcoming release, ‘Reservoir Dogs’. It is a landmark interview, providing interesting insight into a man who would become a seminal filmmaker. Continue reading 1992 Interview with Quentin Tarantino

Essential Film Marketing Activities

Every film has its own unique combination of marketing activities and its the distributor’s job – often in collaboration with the producer – to define these elements and communicate the message of the film accordingly. The main challenge for a distributor is to translate the awareness of a film into a “want to see” and ultimately a “want to pay for” attitude.

The following includes a list of marketing and promotion activities that can be employed: Continue reading Essential Film Marketing Activities