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How Technology has Improved our Film Lives

8 March 2014 3:00 AM, PST | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

If you were anywhere near a computer late Sunday night, or indeed for the rest of the week, there’s a selfie going around which, once posted, quickly became the most retweeted picture ever. Technology is becoming an ever more important part of how we watch and enjoy films, it is ever more integrated with our everyday lives. This new silicon revolution is ostensibly of great benefit to us, and for film fans it has opened up a whole new way of watching and enjoying films. It is now far easier to discover new films, share the new found love and discuss, argue and find cinematic enlightenment online.

The world of film moves extraordinarily quickly, and it has become customary for each new trailer or casting announcement to be met with an instant reaction on the social networks. Twitter comes into its own here as 140=character witticisms dripping with snark »

- Michael Walsh

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Birds Eye View launches Filmonomics

23 January 2014 11:34 PM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Birds Eye View its launching its new training programme Filmonomics at this year’s Loco London Comedy Film Festival on Jan 26.

The series will focus on topics such as finance, teams, marketing, exhibition and distribution.

Speakers at the initial sessions will include writers Rachel Hirons and Tess Morris, Film London’s Deborah Sathe, former Paramount executive Deborah Sheppard, iFeatures executive producer Christopher Granier-Deferre, journalists Karen Krizanovich and Charles Gant.

Selected participants, almost 90% of whom are female filmmakers, will participate in a bespoke programme. Filmonomics will also include three public sessions at BFI Southbank. Two of those sessions will be held during the 10th Birds Eye View Film Festival (April 8-13). 

Creative Skillset supports Filmonomics, which is created in assocation with former Screen editor Colin Brown, author of the Filmonomics blog at Slated.com.

Birds Eye View Creative Director Kate Gerova said: “We created Filmonomics because with digital cameras and low-budget filmmaking schemes everyone has access to making »

- wendy.mitchell@screendaily.com (Wendy Mitchell)

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Birds Eye View launches Filmonomics programme

23 January 2014 11:34 PM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Birds Eye View its launching its new training programme Filmonomics at this year’s Loco London Comedy Film Festival on Jan 26.

The series will focus on topics such as finance, teams, marketing, exhibition and distribution.

Speakers at the initial sessions will include writers Rachel Hirons and Tess Morris, Film London’s Deborah Sathe, former Paramount executive Deborah Sheppard, iFeatures executive producer Christopher Granier-Deferre, journalists Karen Krizanovich and Charles Gant.

Selected participants, almost 90% of whom are female filmmakers, will participate in a bespoke programme. Filmonomics will also include three public sessions at BFI Southbank. Two of those sessions will be held during the 10th Birds Eye View Film Festival (April 8-13). 

Creative Skillset supports Filmonomics, which is created in assocation with former Screen editor Colin Brown, author of the Filmonomics blog at Slated.com.

Birds Eye View Creative Director Kate Gerova said: “We created Filmonomics because with digital cameras and low-budget filmmaking schemes everyone has access to making »

- wendy.mitchell@screendaily.com (Wendy Mitchell)

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