Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’

Filmmaking through the apocalypse

Posted: March 24, 2020 in -
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Filmmakers to do During Quarantine


 

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A SIMPLE GUIDE TO FINANCING AN INDEPENDENT FILM WITH PRIVATE EQUITY.

 

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Cancel Culture and the Dangers of Policing Art

 

Not a great article, but kind of timely. Not sure where I stand on this issue. Malignant art should be called out and critiqued. If that means the audience rejects it, then good.

 

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KICKSTARTER TO WORKERS AND PROJECT CREATORS: DROP DEAD

Today, Kickstarter offered its response. The communications officer emailed me, and said he would like to share a statement from the CEO with the project creators. The statement said that Kickstarter:

  1. Stood by its decision to fire the organizers, and would be dispatching its lawyers to fight their claims.

  2. Would not voluntarily recognize a union even if the vast majority of workers signed in support of one.

  3. Would not pledge to remain neutral on unionization, and would continue to actively oppose the effort.