and fans of cinema can participate in an event that was created, according to a news release, "to reflect the local flavor, history, inhabitants, social climate and scenery of Lane County."
Summary: Abu Dhabi Film Commission (ADFC) today announced, for the second consecutive year, that four Emirati filmmakers
will be offered the chance to join the ADFC delegation at the Cannes Film Festival, running from 11 -- 22 May, 2011.
5 -- Five amateur and semi-professional Yemeni filmmakers
recently participated in a ten-day filmmaking course in Cairo, Egypt, as part of the Zoom competition sponsored by the British Council.
According to Toronto's International Film Festival website, Talent Lab is a four-day intensive program that offers artistic-development opportunities to emerging Canadian filmmakers
Pest said the commission has been established in anticipation of next year's legislative session that might approve the state of Arkansas awarding tax breaks to filmmakers
who shoot in the state.
From Canadian Nell Shipman, who produced films and trained animals in the 1910s and 1920s, to director Martha Coolidge, the first female president of the Director's Guild of America, to Academy-Award nominee Deepa Mehta, who writes, directs and produces her own films, Fantastic Female Filmmakers
is jam-packed with information on 10 well-respected female filmmakers
Rebecca Hillauer, ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ARAB WOMEN FILMMAKERS
The independent filmmakers
and foreign filmmakers
don't only not have that access, they're not even aware that the studios have that access.
Byron Lewis, founder, chairman, and CEO of UniWorld, and Warrington Hudlin, president of the Black Filmmakers
Foundation, signed on and the three agreed to launch the American Black Film Festival (ABFF) in 1997.
Brokeback Mountain notwithstanding, indie filmmakers
produce most queer screen content.
IN THE FALL OF 2005 the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York mounted three remarkable retrospectives of avant-garde filmmakers
of the same artistic generation: All three--Robert Beavers, Owen Land (born George Landow), and Morgan Fisher--began making films in the 1960s, and all three won considerable recognition while still quite young (Beavers and Land were teenagers when they screened their first films; Fisher was in his midtwenties).