-- A Greensboro woman writes Netflixfan and it's a terrific site.
The links alone are worth a visit. It is Netflix-centric, though.
Netflix has a distribution center in Greensboro that gets our
films here (Durham) pronto.
, terrific film festival site, includes coverage by our own
team of NC Flix journalists. All the hot festival news.
Foreign Films.com, reviews, guides, places to find the movies.
Includes reviews from NC Flix journalists.
a great resource for news, connections, community for Indie
films and film making. We're pleased to carry their news feeds.
of Cinema, Intelligent, serious film criticism. One of our
favorite film-related sites. You'll have a great time exploring
here if you love movies.
Rotation's newsfeeds, News from just about every film site
with a syndicated news feed on the Web. Takes a long time to scroll
through them all, but you can't say it's not comprehensive. Or
will be when they add us...
Database, purely for your convenience. If you need boiler
plate info about movies, this is the place to go.
Magazine is one of our favorite publications about the biz
these days. Its Web site is well worth your time, too. We post
there now and then on their blog and visit the site regularly.
Magazine is another excellent publication about making films
and filmmakers. This is the one we buy religiously. The archives
on its Web site are well worth a bit of crusiing.
Stock Exchange, is an online game you can play for free and
it's a lot of fun for any movie buff. You get "money"
to start and invest in films, betting on their opening gross,
or in stars, directors, or projects still in development. What's
more, scientists say these mass market stock exchanges have real
validity in terms of predicting success and failure (or should
we say, in this case, "Reel Validity?" If Hollywood
moguls aren't paying attention to this, they should be. We love
(Photo above from "Perils of Nude Modeling," an entertaining
ten-minute film, which we first saw at the Riverrun Film Festival
in Winston-Salem, now on AOL's moviefone.com and the International
Student Film Festival DVD.)
Film Reviewis a place to discuss short
films from festivals, Atom.com, Ifilm.com, AOL's Moviefone, UNC-TV's
Visions, and other short film venues.
Short films are the upcoming revolution in the the entertainment
world, with markets evolving not only online but for wireless devices,
advertising, and emerging media.