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Introducing Patrick Boivin – Openfilm’s 2nd "Get It Made" Winner

Nov 4th, 2011

Patrick Boivin is the winner of Openfilm.com’s second competition for his entry "Le Queloune", which is a zombie film told from the perspective of the zombies.

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Rising Filmmaker Patrick Boivin Wins Openfilm's Competiton! He Gets to Make His Full-Feature Film! Congrats!

Jun 16th, 2011

OpenFilm.com, an online destination serving the independent film market , has announced the winner of the company's second "Get It Made" competition.


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Openfilm Live Chat With Hawaii Five-O’s Scott Caan

May 4th, 2011

Hawaii Five-O’s Scott Caan will be doing a live chat courtesy of Openfilm on Saturday, April 30th at 2pm PDT and you can watch it right here.

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Openfilm Live: Episode 4

Apr 28th, 2011

The next installment of Openfilm live will be taking place April 30 at 2 PM PST, with special guest Scott Caan! The Hawaii 5-0 star will be taking questions from fans during a live webchat that can be seen at www.openfilm.com/chats/4.

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Openfilm & Dallas Video Fest – Talking Distribution

Dec 20th, 2010

My Co-Producer John Donovan and I had a fascinating discussion with Openfilm's Brenda Nieborsky and Bart Weiss, Director of the Dallas Video Fest at the International Film Festival Summit in Las Vegas.

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Choosing the Best Film Festivals for Your Movie

Nov 9th, 2010

When your film is finished and you've taken a few minutes to catch your breath and enjoy watching it on screen, usually one of the next steps is deciding whether or not you're going to enter it into film festivals. While it's common to daydream about taking your movie to Sundance or fantasize about winning an award in Toronto, in many instances these are probably not the most ideal places to submit to, especially if you're starting out. It's an achievement to write, produce or direct any project whether it's a short or a feature, but afterwards sometimes it's difficult to be objective in assessing where your film has the best chance of being successful.

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