External Sites

  • Video Systems and millimeter, the two leading business-to-business magazines in video and filmmaking, have combined websites to better serve the evolving digital content production marketplace. The new megasite – digitalcontentproducer.com
  • Since 1993, DV magazine has served the information needs of professionals involved in the filmmaking production, postproduction and delivery of digital video. Written and produced by experts in the field, DV provides objective, hard-hitting, in depth product information – DV.com/magazine
  • Videography is the print & online resource for the video production professional – Videography.com
  • Videomaker advocates the use of video filmmaking production tools throughout society. By encouraging people to become effective video producers we hope to democratize and enrich television as well as increase its utility. We pursue this mission by educating, inspiring and informing filmmakers about the potential of this medium. – Videomaker.com
  • The Digital Video Information Network, Forums have 65,000 Questions. 500,000 Answers. 20,000 Real Filmmaking People with Real Names. – DVinfo.net
  • This site is devoted to DV (and its related formats – DVCAM, DVCPRO, etc.) and FireWire (also known as IEEE-1394). – DVcentral.org
  • Digital Film Transfers: We transfer DV and HD to 35mm film, and create filmmaking software for independent filmmakers. – DVfilm.com
  • DV to Film Transfers: EFILM operates the most advanced digital filmmaking laboratory in the world. We serve the motion picture and television industry and our clients are the major film studios, independent filmmakers, advertisers, animators, filmmaking visual effects companies and large format filmmakers. – eFilm.com
  • Film & Gossip: Movie reviews, downloads, forums on filmmaking – www.RumourMachine.com
  • Film & Video covers new ideas in creating entertainment by focusing on filmmaking technique and filmmaking workflow in the production and finishing of features, TV programming, music videos, and commercials. – FilmandVideoMagazine.com
  • Filmmaker Gossip, Movie Reviews, Filmmaking – www.AintItCoolNews.com
  • Published quarterly, Filmmaker Magazine covers the most intriguing independent feature films that will be released in theaters over the subsequent three months. Active filmmakers, directors, producers, cinematographers, writers, and editors throughout the independent filmmaking and digital cinema community read Filmmaker Magazine for an incisive look at the filmmaking industry today. – FilmmakerMagazine.com
  • IndieTalk has filmmaking forums, forums, forums, forums – www.IndieTalk.com
  • Celebrating its tenth anniversary, indieWIRE is the leading news, information, and social networking site for the international independent film community, including comprehensive coverage of indie filmmaking, documentary and foreign language films, as well filmmaking industry news, film festival reports, filmmaker interviews, and movie reviews. Its website (http://www.indiewire.com) includes special sections for high-profile film festivals, the new indieLOOP community site, filmmaking and industry weblogs, as well as resources and tools for emerging and established filmmakers. Awarded the Webby for best filmmaking website, indieWIRE was lauded as a “must read” by Variety, branded the “online heartbeat of the world’s independent film community” by Forbes, and dubbed “best indie crossroads” by film critic Roger Ebert. – www.Indiewire.com
  • Fade In stands alone in its comprehensive coverage of the inner workings of the filmmaking industry by taking its readers inside the world of Hollywood, from moviemaking to dealmaking. With a bold, original and witty voice, Fade In’s commitment to capture the current state of the filmmaking business is unparalleled by any other trade or consumer publication. Fade In has been featuring behind-the-scenes coverage and in-depth Q & A formatted interviews with Hollywood’s A-list since 1994. – www.FadeInMag.com
  • Independent Film & Filmmaking News, articles and forums – www.Filmmaker.com
  • Film Threat began as a college fanzine founded by Chris Gore in Detroit in 1985. As the magazine evolved into a respected national filmmaking publication, Gore relocated to Los Angeles in 1989. The magazine received national attention for its coverage of cult films, midnight movies, underground shorts before the market even emerged. Film Threat was the first mag to cover filmmaking people like Quentin Tarantino (Reservoir Dogs). – www.FilmThreat.com
  • MovieMaker is the nation’s leading magazine on the art and business of filmmaking and the most widely read magazine on indie film in the world. Founded in 1993 as a regional filmmaking publication in the Pacific Northwest, the magazine currently enjoys an international quarterly distribution of 54,000, a readership of more than 160,000 filmmakers and a direct subscriber base of more than 11,500 and growing. The magazine’s award-winning Website, has been called “one of the most popular movie sites on the World Wide Web.” – Moviemaker.com
  • RES Media Group, founded in 1996, fulfills its mission to entertain, educate and inspire its global filmmaking audience with a multitude of media. With offices in New York, Los Angeles and London, RES Media Group reaches audiences worldwide, showcasing the most innovative and creative storytellers through its bimonthly lifestyle magazine RES (which includes a 90-minute RES DVD in every issue), its international touring digital film festival RESFEST, its filmmaking production and services division RESLAB, an extensive online network that includes the award-winning filmmaking Web sites and cutting-edge DVD releases.
    RES.com