THE TELLURIDE HORROR SHOW – a digital media lesson from an insider

To launch an event like a film festival is a huge venture. There is more to it than just the idea. In the age of Facebook giving your brand exposure to the public is at least easier, but also brings a lot more work than one would expect in the first place. The young film festival Telluride Horror Show has been using the social network very effectively since its start last year. The result: around 24.000 fans on Facebook. This made us very curious to know how they got to this level so quickly!

Festival director Ted Wilson shares his insight information on how a beginner film festival can […]

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Sophie van de Perre

IDFA – International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam

[decoline]IDFA – International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam: [details] [item title=”City”]Amsterdam[/item] [item title=”Country”]Netherlands [/item] [item title=”Founded”]1988[/item] [item title=”Edition”]24th[/item] [item title=”Date”]11/16 – 11/27/2011[/item] [item title=”URL”]IDFA[/item] [item title=”Entry fee”]none[/item] [/details] [decoline] FilmFestivalLife is delighted to showcase the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam as our first festival in the spotlight. With approximately 300 documentaries on offer in its international […]

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Context Is King

FilmFestivalLife attended the kick off Tribeca Talk – Amplify The Message: Social Media, moderated by Marc Schiller (CEO and founder of Electric Artists).

The panel was really inspiring, mainly because it pointed out some aspects that aren’t usually touched at similar events, and additionally the inputs of such diverse personalities and experiences gave an interesting dimension […]

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