The Ultimate Film Festival Survival Guide

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Lone Eagle Pub., 2004 - Performing Arts - 477 pages
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Gore is a writer/filmmaker, television personality, and speaker in the independent film industry. With listings for some 1000 film festivals, his guide for independent filmmakers and film festival-goers has been updated throughout, and now includes new filmmaker interviews, new chapters on distributing and selling one's film, information on travel

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American independent cinema has skyrocketed in the 1990s, with venues like the Sundance Film Festival launching critical and box-office hits. Gore has covered this emerging market in his magazine ... Read full review


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Chris Gore has been called "a pit bull of journalism" and the "Gen-X Leonard Maltin." He founded" Film Threat "magazine in 1985 and the popular magazine gave him access to scores of unfinished, underground, and cult films. He lives in Los Angeles

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