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Producing a film is a lesson in teamwork

Producing a film is a lesson in teamwork

Imagination Connoisseur, William La Rochelle, shares his experiences of trying to assemble a team for producing a film. Challenges abound, but William offers some tips on how to avoid major pitfalls. A "must read" for those considering producing something for this year's IICFF.

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Industry insight and a tsunami of letters (#523)

Industry insight and a tsunami of letters (#523)

ROBSERVATIONS host, writer-director-producer Robert Meyer Burnett, shares plans for the upcoming Intergalactic Imagination Connoisseurs' Film Festival (IGICFF), his insights on the motion picture industry, plus dozens of letters from fans and live questions from viewers of the live stream.

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Filmmaking for the sake of making films

Filmmaking for the sake of making films

Imagination Connoisseur, Joe Lemieux, shares his journey from geek and monster movie freak to independent filmmaker and makes the point that for indie storytellers like himself, it's not about the money.

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China issues guidelines on sci-fi films (#492)

China issues guidelines on sci-fi films (#492)

Join host Robert Meyer Burnett and the rest of the Post-Geek Singularity as they discuss recently released "guidelines" provided by the Chinese government on the making of science fiction content for that market - plus letters from viewers, superchats and more great discussions on episode #492 of ROBSERVATIONS.

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Have modern filmmakers become hollow men?

Have modern filmmakers become hollow men?

Producer, director, self-professed fan-boy - and most certainly, an Imagination Connoisseur, Jonny Stewart, follows up his last letter with a probing piece asking whether or not modern filmmakers have been "crushed" by the corporate money-making machines of today's entertainment business.

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Does James Cameron have a formula?

Does James Cameron have a formula?

Imagination Connoisseur, Stephen Goggins, thinks he may have found a pattern in the ending of many of James Cameron's movies that tells him the director may have a formula for wrapping up his action/adventure films.

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Will Disney’s PVOD scheme blow up movie theaters?

Will Disney’s PVOD scheme blow up movie theaters?

Imagination Connoisseur, Desmond, writes in with some questions about Disney's plan to present MULAN on Disney+ at a premium, on-demand price. If it works, what changes are in store for Disney+ and what affect will this have on traditional movie theaters?

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