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Raymond’s Ramblings

Obsolescence As the new millennium is now well on its way, I have started to codify my thoughts on what has happened in the ‘electronic’ communications media [...]

June 22, 2016

Through a Glass, Darkly

By Bruce Raymond The story is told, perhaps apocryphally, that when Ted Turner first contemplated the founding of what eventually became CNN, he called in his researchers to [...]

February 8, 2015

THE SOUNDIES

By Mark Cantor Filmcraft Productions Filmcraft Productions was one of many production units that provided SOUNDIES to the Mill Novelty Company, to be distributed through [...]

August 25, 2013

Indie Filmmakers

By Jeffrey Winters When I used to live in San Francisco I wrote film reviews for local papers, went to film school, pitched a love story in Hollywood and made a small film. [...]

August 13, 2013

Welcome to Indieplex, Jeffrey Winters

Indieplex is pleased to welcome a new contributor, Jeffrey Winters. Jeffrey has a long history in both literature and film, and recently sent me an article that I really [...]

July 28, 2013

The Art of the Projectionist

Introduction The Projectionist, often conjures up a mysterious character, is about to go the way of steam train stokers and lighthouse keepers, to be released from his or her [...]

July 28, 2013

Indieplex Welcomes Peter J. Knight

Indieplex Welcomes Peter J. Knight as an occasional contributor to our site. His first article is entitled “The Art of the Projectionist.” If there are some of you out [...]

July 28, 2013

Lia Russell and Ian McCaul

I’m pleased to welcome Lia Russell and Ian Mc Caul. I gave Lia and Ian an unusual assignment in asking them to both attend the same screening of the film “Terms and [...]

July 28, 2013

Terms and Conditions May Apply

By Lia Russell Is privacy dead? Documentary filmmaker Cullen Hobeck poses this question in Terms and Conditions May Apply, a new documentary film in which he explores how [...]

July 28, 2013

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