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October 1996, Week 2


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Michael Carr <[log in to unmask]>
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Sat, 5 Oct 1996 10:39:00 MDT
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Dear Indie Filmmakers & Screenwriters,
This month's issue of IndieZine will highlight "DIY: Do It Yourself!"
There are some very-interesting opportunities on the horizon for the
independent 'cinema-makers', ranging from: digital opportunities in video,
DVD's (digital video/versatile disks), FireWire connections to your
computer, cable modems, expanded bandwidths and vastly improved
compression ratios (for quicker, convenient 'downloading' of movies via
the Net, AND self-distribution!
This may-well-be one of the-most interesting and enlightening issues of
IndieZine yet!
We encourage your input and feedback on this topic of "Doing It Yourself"!
If you share your insights with IndieZine, and we use them in this issue,
we will: 1) credit you as the source of information, 2) provide your URL
and/or e-mail address to our subscribers, and 3) give you this issue of
IndieZine for FREE!
As well (and for a 'limited time'), you will receive "GUERRILLA FILMMAKING
101: From Script to Screen on a Small-Budget"... a high-density disk
concerning the complete-making of "TELLURIDE, Time Crosses Over"
(premiering at the Telluride Independent Film & Screenwriters Festival,
Jan. 31 - Feb. 2, 1997), FREE with your *SUBSCRIPTION* to IndieZine!
For more info about the festival, please visit the web site at:
(entry forms and ticket info are on the site, as well)
Deadline for entries: November 1, 1996.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Michael Carr
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