Media & Tech

How to Make a Feature Film for $250

Of the “rags to riches” narratives comprised in the American Dream, one variation seems to be recurring with the regularity of sprocket holes on celluloid. It’s the tale of the independent filmmaker, rebuffed by Hollywood, who manages to make a movie on little to no budget, often maxing out credit cards and the goodwill of…


Then Video Killed the Movie Star

A big chill passed through the Sundance Film Festival and it didn’t come from the Park City ski slopes. According to Boston Globe scribe Ty Burr, who covered the annual ?indie? festival cum market conference, the entertainment industry remains verklempt over distribution issues in the age of digital downloads, shrinking marketing budgets and an audience…