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Visual Trends: A History of the Found Footage Genre


Visual Trends: A History of the Found Footage Genre
One of the most popular film genres among indie filmmakers for the last three years is found footage. The very term found footage has grown to be a divisive topic among old school film purists and the new, young talent flooding the industry regarding the legitimacy of a film that eschews the traditional hierarchy of established film crews in favor of cutting production costs to historically low funding thresholds.

Choose Your Own Horror: New Interactive Movie, Last Call


13th Street has developed a new way for movie-goers to experience the horror genre with their film Last Call. The first of its kind, Last Call invites the in-coming audience to enter their cell phone numbers into a speed dial database. At a certain point in the film, the victim makes a call for help, only that call rings an audience members phone...

Time to Shoot Some Zombies


Time to Shoot Some Zombies
It's finally October, my favorite month of all! It's the time of year when the sun turns to gold, shadows stretch across all surfaces, and dry leaves begin their dance along the roadside. With Halloween just around the corner its the perfect time to get those cameras rolling and shoot some zombies.

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