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Robert Rozak shows No Film School the new Little Darling at NAB 2014Robert Rozak is an audio hero, always sharing great information about audio production as well as creating quality products with which to execute that knowledge. This year he’s revealing the Little DARling (Distributed Audio Recorder), a convenient pocket-sized recorder designed for wired lavs, enabling quality audio capture for live events and guerrilla filmmaking. Hit the jump to watch the interview from the NAB floor. More »

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I’ll be moderating a panel on the future of distribution and content creation here in NYC on November 6th, featuring a number of heavy-hitters at prominent film companies. The panel will be presented by our friends at ScreenCraft, in association with WGA East and Hello World. We’ve got an exclusive discount for NFS readers (note: we are not profiting on this event, and will be releasing some free video of it as well). Read on to find out where to watch the livestream UPDATE: the venue’s internet connection isn’t robust enough to host a livestream, but we will release video of the event later. Here are the details: More »

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It’s that time of year again: Awards Season. While Hollywood’s major awards aren’t for another few months, Independent Film Project’s awards show, the Gotham Independent Film Awards, is just around the corner. The show, hosted by comedian Mike Birbiglia (who just starred in his own mostly true life story Sleepwalk With Me), will air live Monday, November 26th at 7:30PM Eastern Time. Check out the rest of the details below. More »

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Independent Film Week is here again thanks to IFP (Independent Film Project). The conference “gives emerging and established writers, directors, producers, and creators the opportunity to explore the art and business of 21st century storytelling.” Attending the entire conference is impossible for most, so thankfully IFP is live streaming some of the talks and also posting them online. Click through to check those out and also see the rest of the live schedule for this week. More »

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Trying to capture a musical performance in its entirety without missing anything requires serious planning and attention to detail. Den Lennie over at F-Stop Academy had the monumental task of being the Director of Photography for a live performance of Duran Duran, and rather than film the performance over a number of nights like many tour DVDs, they had just one performance and two hours to get all the material they needed. Check out some of the clips and a description of how Den accomplished this feat along with the help of director Gavin Elder and Producer James Tonkin. More »

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The Kickstarter campaign for Man-child ended successfully at 108% funded: $125,100!!! Thank you all so much — it’s been a dream come true. If you missed the deadline, you can still back the project here! According to Ustream we had over 1,300 views of our live video stream of the concluding party — the archive of the video is below. Thank you all for making this possible, from the bottom of my heart! Now the real work begins… More »

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During the day (EST) through Thursday the 22nd there should be free live streaming of the panels taking place here at Independent Film Week. The week is now over but after the jump there are some archived videos for watching on demand. More »

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I’ll be in the audience tomorrow at Power to the Pixel’s joint event with IFP, the Cross-Media Forum. The entire transmedia conference will be streamed live here, so tune in between the hours of 9am and 5pm if you’d like to attend virtually (the schedule can be found here). The official word: “Featuring an impressive array of storytelling experts from the worlds of film, games, advertising, interactive, the IFP / Power to the Pixel Cross-Media Forum is a not-to-be-missed event. If you can’t make it to New York, you can watch events unfold right here from the comfort of your own chair from 09.00 – 17.00 EST.”

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As promised, the Ridley Scott-produced and Kevin MacDonald-directed collaborative YouTube film (26 co-directors are named) will be premiering at the Sundance Film Festival tonight. Because it’s a YouTube production, however, it will also be streaming live online at 8PM EST. Life in a Day was culled from 80,000 user-submitted clips to give a flavor of what was happening all around the world on July 24, 2010. Here’s a teaser: More »