10 Tips for Indie Filmmakers New to Twitter
A Whale of a Tweet: Six Takeaways from the Twitter Success of CNN’s Broadcast of ‘Blackfish’
How Twitter Could Make Movie Studios a Boatload of Cash
Interview: Vine icon Nicholas Megalis Shares His Secrets to Becoming a Vine Success
Sylvester Stallone Isn’t Ranting, He’s Winning at Twitter With His “E3” Play-By-Play
Filmmakers, this is how you build a social marketing machine.
Instagram Video & Vine Are Making Online Ads Better: Our Favorites
The 5 Best Vines From Adam Wingard’s Boredom-Fueled Weekend
It’s not just Tumblr — most social networks don’t understand original content
Inspired by our Future of Film conversation between Deadspin's Will Leitch and Slate's Dana Stevens, Criticwire polls the critics in their weekly survey: “Should critics tweet after screenings?”
Can you use Twitter to cast a movie?
Dana Stevens (Slate) and Will Leitch (Deadspin) discuss how social media buzz influences their choices of movies to review at our Future of Film event (Everyone’s a Critic: Film Criticism in the Age of Twitter) on January 17th, 2013.
Stay tuned for more excerpts from this conversation.
Mashable shares the 9 changes they would make to the Vine app.
In this first clip from our Future of Film conversation exploring film criticism and social media, Deadspin's Will Leitch and Slate's Dana Stevens talk about their first impressions of Twitter, and explain why they decided to start Tweeting.
Social Media Today reports on the rising influence of social media on the film industry.
Even if you’re not heading to Park City, you can still keep up with all the latest happenings at Sundance. Get news about your most anticipated movies…straight from the narrative filmmakers themselves!