The plan was just to make the film what we wanted it to be and have it exist, and if someone wanted to appreciate it, we would let them.
Chris Hardwick (‘The Nerdist’, ‘Talking Dead’) hosts this Future of Film live conversation with Prince Avalanche director David Gordon Green, which took place at 92YTribeca on 4/23/13 at the Tribeca Film Festival.
I didn’t have access to anybody when I graduated college…a lot of
my friends I still work with today.
David Gordon Green and Chris Hardwick in conversation at our Future of Film LIVE series.
Six seconds of beginning, middle and end. I was just trying to time on my iPhone six seconds just to get a sense of what that is. It can actually be a long time. One one-thousand, two one-thousand, three one-thousand, four one-thousand, five one-thousand, six one-thousand - you can tell a whole story in six seconds.
Robert De Niro
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Join us at Tribeca Cinemas on December 3 as YouTube sensations The Gregory Brothers and @Radical Media/THNKR’s Adam Neuhaus discuss the expanding opportunities for content creators to tell (and sell) stories in the digital age. This FREE event will be moderated by Matt Spangler, Tribeca Enterprises’ EVP for Marketing and Content.
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Storytelling, Audiences, and Social Influence, or Why Whoopi Goldberg Turned to Kickstarter
Storytelling won’t die, movies will meet audiences on their own turf, and social influence will drive content. Welcome to the Future of Film, according to a panel of experts on last week’s Advertising Week panel.
By Julia Levy
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Submissions for the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival are now open, for both films and transmedia projects. Good luck, everyone!
Filmmakers: How can you connect with brands around your projects? Director Brett Ratner and brand executives from American Express, GE, and Chipotle give concrete advice in this Tribeca Talks panel. Full video to come; stay tuned.
Biggie Smalls: Morgan Spurlock’s Advice for Filmmakers
By Morgan Spurlock
When it comes to making movies, the director of Mansome believes: “You should be ready and willing for your stories to live in places you never thought possible.”