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Financing Independent Films: Bill vs. Signe

Congratulations, you’ve got a great idea for a movie! now what? In this world (not a bad one, when you look at it from a distance) nothing moves without money. – But I don’t need money! – you say. – … Continue reading

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Binary System.

0 and 1 work well for making various files on your computer. I regard rejection and acceptance as a similar binary system that creates powerful feedback on your artwork. Just one 0 doesn’t create new information. You need many 0’s … Continue reading

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Messaging Universe.

Friday, April 13th was full of unexpected gifts if you consider a question mark as a gift. First, of course, we had the deadline to meet. In fact, it was met the night before, April 12th at 10 PM when … Continue reading

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Fundraising: Story 7.

Funny thing about money – it is like a bloodstream of one’s body, essential to bringing oxygen and sugars to brain, washing up the liver and sweetly swelling our reproductive organs. But why do we resent it so much then? … Continue reading

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Fundraising. Story 6.

Money is too interesting a subject to just drop it. It is a perfect abstraction (we don’s exchange three goats for a cow no more) and it might be the only abstraction that is so immensely useful, and definitely the … Continue reading

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