I would be very interested in this--please post info when it becomes available.
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On Apr 29, 2012, at 11:21 AM, "Beebe,Roger W" <roge...@ufl.edu> wrote:
> There's a wonderful, as-yet unavailable collection edited by Andrea Grover
> and Ed Halter called The Microcinema Primer that'd be just what you're
> looking for. I know they're trying to figure out a way to make this
> available in relatively short order, so hopefully there'll be news before
> long about precisely how that'll be.
> (I have one of the 50 exemplars they made to satisfy a grant. It's really a
> great resource, covering a wide range of DIY practices.)
> On Apr 29, 2012, at 2:15 PM, matt's frameworks address wrote:
>> hello Frameworkers,
>> Wondering if anyone has any recommendations on good books or articles about
>> alternative film distribution. I know there are a number of texts out there
>> focusing on self distribution of independent features, but I am hoping to
>> find something that addresses experimental, short, and other sorts of films,
>> and addresses things such as film festivals, micro-cinemas, and the like...
>> truly DIY distribution for the filmmakers working far from the mainstream
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