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How Not to Get Famous 

Wednesday, Oct 7 2009
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You're not going to make any money. You're not going to walk any red carpets; no limos, no paparrazi. But if you're an experimental filmmaker, that crap isn't what you're after anyway. You're after beauty and truth in the flickering light of anything you feel called to point a camera at; we salute you. However, we can't tell you what to do with your work once it's done. But we know who can: The Distribution Workshop/Panel Discussion of the Artists' Television Access Film & Video Festival, aka Microcinema's Joel Bachar, SFCinematheque's Jonathan Marlow, Canyon Cinema board member Maia Carpenter, Other Cinema's Craig Baldwin, and Wholphin DVD Magazine's Emily Doe. These are the best people on Earth to tell you how to share your art without getting screwed or selling out.
Wed., Oct. 21, 7:30 p.m., 2009

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