New Cinemahttp://www.newcinema.com This site is an ahead-of-its-time sneak preview of one Internet scenario in which indie filmmakers self-distribute their films on the Net. Featuring several experimental short films presented in streaming video, this site will blow your mind — if it doesn’t blow your computer first. Tom Noonan’s Web site http://www.tomnoonan.com Indie filmmaker Tom Noonan’s (“The Wife”) personal Web site. Lots of great information from a master of do-it-yourself filmmaking. Filmmaker magazine http://www.filmmag.com Featuring interviews and articles from the magazine of independent film plus daily news from IndieWire. Austin Powers http://www.austinpowers.com The official site includes psychedelic graphics and music — shag till you drop. Reel Independence http://www.reelindie.com/ A bimonthly newsletter on independent film featuring case studies of independent films, articles, interviews and a column with scuttlebutt garnered from well-connected anonymous sources. D/Vision Systems http://www.dvision.com The D/Vision editing system has long been the de facto standard in Hollywood for editing low-budget and no-budget films. Check out their company homepage. Sony Pictures Classics http://www.spe.sony.com/Pictures/SonyClassics Check out some of the best independent and foreign films in release at Sony Pictures Classics. IndieFilms http://www.indiefilms.com A Hollywood-based network that helps independent filmmakers find investors, grants, funds and distributors. Beware, though, as access to much of this site requires a paid membership. The Roxie Cinema http://www.roxie.com Now in its 21st year, San Francisco’s Roxie is one of the oldest venues for independent film in the country. FilmDependent, the CyberSpot for Indies http://www.filmdependent.com If you ever wanted to ask John Pierson a question, this indie film e-zine is the place to go.
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