King Corn is Amazing. How filmmakers should help each other.

So I finally saw King Corn, I know long overdue, especially since I know the filmmakers. Ted Hope is always commenting on how we have to help curate each others films to help each other. Here is what I did to help King Korn: I twittered about it – which then went on my facebook […]

Blogging, Criticism, and Niche Audiences

Here’s an article from Chuck Tryon’s blog, on the increasingly important role of blogging with regards to independent film. Blogging, Film Criticism, and Niche Audiences by Chuck Tryon | August 6th, 2009 One of the ongoing questions I’ve been thinking about for a couple of years is the role of blogging in reshaping film criticism. […]

Art House Arrest: Current Trends in Small Theater Programming

This is an article I thought you might find interesting from the Sante Fe New Mexican. Just in case you ever wanted to know what that Cinematheque programmer was really thinking. The Big Picture: Art-house arrest Pasatiempo | The New Mexican | 8/6/2009 Size shouldn’t matter, but sometimes it seems that big is all people […]

Social Networking to Increase Your Independent Film’s Exposure (well, duh).

IndieGoGo – A resource you should all know about. On Monday Triplepundit (typically an environment site) issued this article interviewing the Slava Rubin of Indie GoGo. IndieGoGo: Cause Awareness Through Entertainment By Gennefer Snowfield | August 10th, 2009 | The social web has opened the floodgates of communication, allowing users from all over the […]


Hey everyone – Just wanted to shout out a big THANK YOU for everyone who voted on the title of my new book. The winning selection was “Think Outside The Box (Office): The Ultimate Guide to Film Distribution in the Digital Era”. It will be available for sale here on my blog, as well as […]