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LINE ITEMS

HOW TO MARKET YOUR DVD ONLINE PART 3

In this installment, Jon Reiss looks at DIY Web marketing.

SHUTTERBUGS

Filmmakers disclose how they are shooting movies with still cameras. By Roberto Quezada-Dardon

WHAT IF THE GODS TAKE AWAY YOUR CREDIT?

If you want to be able to make that credit card-financed movie in the months ahead, read this article. By Esther B. Robinson

MODEL WATCH

Robert Render Harrison highlights the latest in high-definition cameras and portable lighting.

CYBERSPACE CELEBS

An excerpt from Scott Kirsner's Fans, Friends and Followers


REPORTS

COLLABORATORS REQUIRED

By Jason Guerrasio

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By Jason Guerrasio

REPORTS

Cory McAbee, Green Film Company, The Wonder Project, Paper Covers Rock.


Spring 2009 Table Of Contents

FEATURES

STIMULUS PACKAGE

Fast on the heels of Che, Steven Soderbergh returns with The Girlfriend Experience, a low budget tale of a high priced escort, played by adult film star Sasha Grey, who makes her living during the brink of the global economic collapse. By Scott Macaulay
PLUS: Q&A with Sasha Grey

IN SEARCH OF LOST TIME

Following the journey of a globetrotting treasure hunter and his two elderly clients, Darius Marder's debut documentary, Loot, is a hypnotic tale of reckoning, regret, fathers and sons. By Mike Plante

THE SECRET LIVES OF OBJECTS

In French filmmaker Olivier Assayas's latest film, Summer Hours, he delves into the bittersweet lives of a French family who struggle to deal with the legacy (and belongings) of its aging matriarch. By Brandon Harris

TIME’S UP

After a seven year absence from features, Kathryn Bigelow returns with The Hurt Locker, an intense look at the psychology of war as told from the vantage point of a ragtag Army bomb disposal team. By Nick Dawson
PLUS: Interview with d.p. Barry Ackroyd

THE WANDERERS

Kelly Reichardt sits down with fellow filmmaker So Yong Kim to discuss her latest film, Treeless Mountain, a beautiful, understated tale of two sisters.

SPOLIED APPETITE

Robert Keener examines where our food really comes from in Food, Inc., his horrifying exposé. You will never look at your supermarket shelves the same way again. By Jason Guerrasio

THE LAST RIDE

In his third feature, Goodbye Solo, writer-director Ramin Bahrani heads back to his home state of North Carolina to film this neorealistic tale about the mysteries of life, death and friendship. By Scott Macaulay

A STORY LEFT BEHIND

For his debut film, The Windmill Movie, Alexander Olch artfully constructs the inner life of his late professor Richard Rogers from the countless hours of personal footage Rogers had been amassing for a long-planned autobiographical feature. It’s both a sincere tribute to Olch’s filmmaking mentor as well as a genuinely experimental movie. By Scott Macaulay

DO NOT CROSS

Loosely based on true events, Israeli filmmaker Eran Riklis’s Lemon Tree deftly dramatizes the region’s conflicts by telling the story of a Palestinian widow battling to save her lemon grove from Israel’s Defense Minister. By Peter Bowen


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