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15 November 2005 : Robert Alstead

Distribution consultant Peter Broderick says filmmakers should consider new strategies for distributing their films to avoid future disappointment.This is the last in a series of articles that came out of the Vancouver International Film Festival Trade Forum that ended last month.

9 November 2005 : Robert Alstead

A review of Adobe Photoshop Elements 4.0 and Adobe Premiere Elements 2.0.

8 November 2005 : Matthew Arnoldi

Clooney brings sizzle to LFF closing party.

31 October 2005 : Robert Alstead

The PR guns are blazing in anticipation of Outfoxed filmmaker Robert Greenwald's new feature about world's biggest retailer.

26 October 2005 : Robert Alstead

The dry-humoured scribe of In The Company of Men and next year's Wicker Man on screenwriting.

17 October 2005 : Robert Alstead

Two separate features about children adapting to foreign cultures take audience awards as Vancouver wraps film fest.

15 October 2005 : Robert Alstead

Coen's production designer Dennis Gassner, Thirteen director Catherine Hardwicke and insights into making a movie trailer.

13 October 2005 : Robert Alstead

Tips from Michael Oates Palmer, whose writing credits include The West Wing, on starting out in television screenwriting.

10 October 2005 : Robert Alstead

North American indie film distributors Jeff Sackman of THINKFilm and Bill Banning of Roxie Releasing say that the theatrical documentary is a slippery fish.

5 October 2005 : Robert Alstead

Canadian financiers agree their film producers need more money for domestic productions. But where to find it...?

27 September 2005 : Robert Alstead

Films examining man, the land, and cultural identity at Vancouver Film Festival touch on themes close to home in this West Coast city.The Vancouver International Film Festival gets under way this week. Of the films that I've had a chance to preview, one theme that is cropping up is the land and the way that our culture and identity feeds off it.

27 September 2005 : A Gent

Jason Biggs on going stir crazy on a US military base in Greenland for Guy X.

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