Jon Fusco, Erik Luers, and yours truly, Liz Nord share all the news, films, projects, and directors you need to know about from our on-the-ground coverage of the Tribeca Film Festival, and debate Tribeca’s importance for indie filmmakers. Charles Haine joins us for gear news, including the lighting that was designed for Michael Haneke and is now available to you. Charles also answers an Ask No Film School question about whether or not you really need to shoot at 60fps for broadcast production.
As always, the show also brings news you can use about gear, upcoming grant and festival deadlines, this week’s indie film releases, industry wisdom, and other notable things you might have missed while you were busy making films.
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Show Links & Mentions
No Film School articles
- All our coverage of Tribeca 2018 so far
- 'Thirst Street': How Nathan Silver Made 8 Indies in 8 Years
- 'Bill Nye: Science Guy' Filmmakers Pushed Everyone's Favorite Science Guy into Extreme Situations
- 'Song of Back and Neck': Emmy Winner Paul Lieberstein on Budgeting for Your First Feature
- The Light Bridge Changes the Way Light Is Bounced with CRLS Reflectors
- BlueShape's Granite Two Comes with an App That Lets You Lock, Locate, and Manage All Your Batteries
- ARRI Makes it Easier to Own an Alexa With Pre-Owned Program
Upcoming Deadlines: Grants & Opportunities
- The Roy Dean Grant/From the Heart Productions - April 30
- IDFA Bertha Fund: Europe – International Co-Production - May 1
- San Francisco Film Society/Sloan Science in Cinema Filmmaker Fellowship - May 1
Upcoming Deadlines: Festivals
- Thirst Street- May 1
- Bill Nye: Science Guy - Out Now
- Lady Macbeth - May 1
- Disobedience - April 27
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This episode of Indie Film Weekly was produced and edited by Jon Fusco.