I am in New Orleans at the University Film & Video Association conference. Today I moderated a panel on Self-Reliant Filmmaking. There was a good crowd and, as often happens with these things, the discussion just scraped the tip of the iceberg.
The panelists were:
As promised, I am posting links to many of the articles and resources discussed by the panelists and myself. If this is your first time visiting Self-Reliant Film, I encourage you to sift through the posts, especially the first post, which lays out some of the points made in my discussion today, and the resources page.
Paul Harrill: Panel Opening Remarks
Workbook Project – website led by Lance Weiler that “bridges the gap between tech and entertainment”
CinemaTech – Scott Kirsner’s blog about “digital cinema, democratization, and other trends remaking the movies”
Panelist Sasha Waters:
Be Fake, Remake – group blog featuring work from Sasha Waters’ Remake Seminar
Panelist Jennifer Proctor:
Center for Social Media – Best Practices for Fair Use in Online Video
Vimeo — a video hosting community