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    How to Build a Film Industry (Almost) From Scratch

    The legacy of colonialism remains mostly intact in many parts of the world. How is filmmaker Afia Nathaniel tackling the problem? By becoming an advocate, of course.

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    The Ethics of Documentary Filmmaking

    Documentarians with films screening at Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival address the issues of ethics and morality when making a film.

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    Now You Can Become a Film Producer for Only $1

    Is a film producing credit really only worth $1? Apparently so.

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    Resurrect 'Night of the Living Dead' with Indiegogo Campaign for Prequel

    If the Indiegogo campaign succeeds, "Origins," the prequel to "Night of the Living Dead," will come to life.

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    Project of the Day: 'Duke Riley Goes to China'

    Here's your daily look at an indie project in development. Is this a movie you'd want to see?

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    How Cinematographer Giles Nuttgens Shot the Sundance Hits 'God Help the Girl' and 'Young Ones'

    The award-winning cinematographer talks about his two latest very different projects and his thoughts on working on digital and film.

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    Project of the Day: 'Eat White Dirt'

    Here's your daily look at an indie project in development. Is this a movie you'd want to see?

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    Darren Aronofsky on Why Digital is Not a Replacement for Shooting Film

    From his low-budget debut feature, "Pi," which he shot on grainy black-and-white 16mm film, to "The Wrestler" and "Black Swan," which were both shot on 16mm color film, to "Noah," which he shot on 35mm, Darren Aronofsky is one a handful of directors working in Hollywood today who continues to use fi...

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