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Zeega

Zeega is a new platform for documentary storytelling that was selected as a 2011 Knight News Challenge winner. It’s being developed right here in Cambridge and I talked to Zeega co-founder and media artist Jesse Shapins about what Zeega is and what it hopes to do.

Yu Ying Chou shares her experiences at the 2011 Sundance Creative Producing Summit

Producer and LEF Grantee Yu Ying Chou (also known as Sally Wu) is working with director Marlo Poras on the epic tale THE MOSUO SISTERS, about two spirited daughters of China’s last matriarchal society and their challenges as they balance their responsibilities to their family, their culture, and themselves. Sally and Marlo were selected to participate in the 2011 Sundance Creative Producing Summit, held recently in Utah. Here are some of Sally’s thoughts about the experience….

Louise Rosen at the Maine Media Workshops

There’s always something great going on at the Maine Media Workshops, a fantastic educational center to hone your craft in filmmaking, photography, multi-media and design located in lovely Rockport, Maine.

Northeast Historic Film Summer Symposium

From July 28 through July 30, Northeast Historic Film in Bucksport, Maine is hosting its 12th Annual Summer Symposium: “Das Wunderkino: A Cinematic Cabinet of Curiosities.”

More from Julie Mallozzi at Flaherty!

It’s our first big chunk of downtime at the Flaherty Seminar.  We’ve seen some great work so far and started some interesting discussions.

Notes From Flaherty: Julie Mallozzi

I’ve arrived at the 57th annual Flaherty Seminar and just finished our first round of orientations for Fellows – about 28 interesting people coming from all over the U.S. (though Brooklyn is a little over-represented!) and Latin America. As I write, the other 100+ filmmakers, critics, and programmers are arriving – and our first happy hour begins soon. I’m looking forward to watching dozens of documentary films this week… and to the legendary discussions to follow.

Zeega

Zeega is a new platform for documentary storytelling that was selected as a 2011 Knight News Challenge winner. It’s being developed right here in Cambridge and I talked to Zeega co-founder and media artist Jesse Shapins about what Zeega is and what it hopes to do.

Yu Ying Chou shares her experiences at the 2011 Sundance Creative Producing Summit

Producer and LEF Grantee Yu Ying Chou (also known as Sally Wu) is working with director Marlo Poras on the epic tale THE MOSUO SISTERS, about two spirited daughters of China’s last matriarchal society and their challenges as they balance their responsibilities to their family, their culture, and themselves. Sally and Marlo were selected to participate in the 2011 Sundance Creative Producing Summit, held recently in Utah. Here are some of Sally’s thoughts about the experience….

Louise Rosen at the Maine Media Workshops

There’s always something great going on at the Maine Media Workshops, a fantastic educational center to hone your craft in filmmaking, photography, multi-media and design located in lovely Rockport, Maine.

Northeast Historic Film Summer Symposium

From July 28 through July 30, Northeast Historic Film in Bucksport, Maine is hosting its 12th Annual Summer Symposium: “Das Wunderkino: A Cinematic Cabinet of Curiosities.”

More from Julie Mallozzi at Flaherty!

It’s our first big chunk of downtime at the Flaherty Seminar.  We’ve seen some great work so far and started some interesting discussions.

Notes From Flaherty: Julie Mallozzi

I’ve arrived at the 57th annual Flaherty Seminar and just finished our first round of orientations for Fellows – about 28 interesting people coming from all over the U.S. (though Brooklyn is a little over-represented!) and Latin America. As I write, the other 100+ filmmakers, critics, and programmers are arriving – and our first happy hour begins soon. I’m looking forward to watching dozens of documentary films this week… and to the legendary discussions to follow.