Here are a few related links to filmmaking that might be of interest. We will update this page as we work to help you become more familiar with connections that may enable to you move forward with your passion.
Mary Riepma Ross Film Theater – http://www.theross.org/ – Now fans of fine film can stay abreast of current screenings, upcoming features and much more by visiting this web-site. Located on the University of Nebraska – Lincoln campus.
Superior Screenwriting Workshop – http://www.lewhunter.com/
Next Wave Films – http://www.nextwavefilms.com/ – Seeking exceptional, ultra-low budget features that need finishing funds. Filmmakers getting the film in the can for less than $200,000 can be considered for finishing funds up to $100,000.
Nebraska Coast Connection – http://www.nebraskacoast.com/
Film Festivals Server – http://www.filmfestivals.com/
Nebraska Independent Film Projects, Inc. – http://www.nifp.org/
The Writer’s Computer Store – http://www.screenplay.com/ – Software for filmmakers, screenwriters, and novelists.
Film Finders – http://www.filmfinders.com/ – Film Finders helps link distributors and indie producers together.
Surfview Entertainment – http://www.surfview.com/ – Surfview offers listings of film projects for potential investors to peruse.
Film Forum – http://www.filmforum.com/ – New York’s alternative Film Forum provides booking info on films that have played there and a calendar of upcoming screenings.
IndieWIRE – http://www.indiewire.com/ – The indie world’s virtual daily, gives news, filmmaker interviews and festival updates
Glass Eye Pix – http://www.glasseyepix.com/ – Larry Fessendon offers up merchandise, film rundowns and self-distribution info.
Grainy Pictures – http://www.grainypictures.com/ – Home page for John Pierson. Includes info on his Independent Film Channel show “Split Screen” and a message board.
Film Threat – http://www.filmthreat.com/ – Founder-editor Chris Gore provides cranky reviews, useful links, and festival reports.
San Francisco Jewish Film Festival – http://www.sfjff.org/
Women In Film – http://www.wif.org/– A professional organization committed to recognizing, developing, and promoting the unique visions of women in the global communications industry.
Bay Area Video Coalition – http://www.bavc.org/ – Nation’s largest media arts center providing the nonprofit sector access to media, education, and technology.