Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers Aims to Showcase the Golden Age of Women Directors


In early 2015, Kino Lorber mounted a successful crowd-funding campaign for Pioneers of African-American Cinema. The campaign raised over $53,000, far surpassing its original $35,000 goal. Now Kino Lorber is hoping to repeat that success with its new Kickstarter campaign for their upcoming…  Read more

By Oct 24, 2016

Wizard Mode Filmmakers on Why They Went the Digital Distribution Route

Wizard ModeWizard Mode

Directed by Salazar Film (Nathan Drillot and Jeff Petry), the documentary Wizard Mode relates the story of Robert Gagno, a young man with autism who is one of the world’s highest ranking pinball players. Wizard Mode tracks Robert’s rise on the international pinball circuit and his…  Read more

By Oct 21, 2016

Watch for 48 Hours: Spider Veins and Hearts of Palm from the East Oregon Film Festival

Hearts of PalmHearts of Palm

With the East Oregon Film Festival underway this weekend in La Grande, Oregon, Filmmaker is happy to once again host the festival online selections here at the site. Starting now, for 48 hours, you can watch Monica Peña’s haunting and haunted…  Read more

By Oct 21, 2016

Laughing Matters (and Not)

The Squid and the Whale (Photo courtesy of The Criterion Collection)The Squid and the Whale (Photo courtesy of The Criterion Collection)

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By Oct 20, 2016

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