From Breakthrough Weekend, new comedy by Sujewa Ekanayake

From Breakthrough Weekend, new comedy by Sujewa Ekanayake
Breathrough Weekend coming June 12, 2017

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Date Number One screenings coming up in NYC in December


















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UPDATE 11/2 Mon, 1 PM: Screening dates are every Wed & Fri of December, except for Fri 12/25, at Aeon Logic Art Gallery in Brooklyn, doors at 6 PM, opening acts (if any) at 6:30 PM, show begins at 7 PM, $5 - more info soon.

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Several screenings of Date Number One (my most recently completed fiction feature, a comedy about several first dates) are coming up in December, in NYC, in time to promote the DVD & just because going out to see a movie - specially a real indie movie at an alternative venue & hanging out with other people who are also into it - is a lot of fun (also this will be a part of that Re-Birth of Indie Film that I've been talking about). Details about the screenings coming soon.

- Sujewa


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Friday, October 30, 2009

PUMit claims to offer internet VOD + PayPal ability & other distribution/monetizing options for filmmakers/content owners

One of my wishes for some time now has been that someone would invent a free or very affordable system/technology that would allow individual filmmakers to deliver their films over the web to customers AFTER the customers have paid for it using PayPal or some other popular, easy to use payment system.

There are already internet VOD companies that can do the work for you; but the actual work, download data, pricing, etc. is a couple of steps removed from the filmmaker at this point - or the filmmaker submits the film to a company/distribution service, they sell it over the web, & give the filmmakers a share of the revenue - that's generally how things work in internet VOD at the moment.

The kind of service/technology I want to see in existence would make the "middle person business" optional; filmmakers being able to sell their films directly to audiences, collect money, etc. - if they wish. On certain projects this may be a useful option to have (and this is also an interest arising from my drive to find gatekeeper free options for indie film production & distribution, since the gatekeepers - studios, critics, distribution companies, film fest programmers, etc. - have not served many & many kinds of filmmakers well in the past).

PUMit seems to be offering just that kind of technology and service (don't know how much, if any, it costs) to content producers. From PUMit's site, info. page:

"For different period of time and authorized countries, you can allow your audience to preview a part of your film and you define the conditions to be fulfilled to watch your film."

And:

"PUMit provides comprehensive dashboards to help you tracking the sales of your films, to analyze their audience, to understand where and how they are watched."

PUMit offers the ability to offer paid VOD, sponsored VOD, & free VOD to consumers. Explore more here.

- Sujewa



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Congrats on the phase 1 fundraising OpenIndie


OpenIndie raised their target $s through Kickstarter - for phase 1 of their experimental distribution project. Congrats, looking forward to seeing what happens next.

Here's the indieWIRE article about OpenIndie.




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Check out info on John Reiss's new indie film distribution book

Get all the info here. More on Think Outside the Box coming soon.

Tonight - Jonas Mekas, Sixty Years In New York



At Anthology Film Archives.

Here's the program:

"Jonas Mekas
A LETTER TO PENNY ARCADE (2001, 15 minutes, video)
SELFPORTRAIT (1970, 20 minutes, video)
WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN (1950/2003, 15 minutes, video)
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A MAN WHO CARRIED HIS MEMORY IN HIS EYES (2000, 50 minutes, video)
Total running time: ca. 105 minutes."

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Upcoming Showings:
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I owned a copy of this book once


First time I got it I got it as maybe an X-mas gift from a friend in MD, & then I found another copy later, now I am pretty sure I still have a copy somewhere in my boxes, but if not, need to find another copy of this book, need to read up on some old timey* underground filmmakers.

And here's the guy who wrote it, still around.

And here's Amazon's page for An Introduction to the American Underground Film by Sheldon Renan.

Bad Lit blog has an article about the book.

Check this book out indie film artists, if you get a chance, might have some good ideas in it.


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Thursday, October 29, 2009

Italian Neo-Realism at Lincoln Center

Get all the info. about the Italian Neo-Realism and the Birth of Modern Cinema screening series at Lincoln Center, NYC here. Runs 10/30 - 11/25.


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Nice quote for the next wave of indie filmmakers to think about


It is absolutely essential that we establish a culture of making & distributing films independent of Hollywood & Indiewood ambitions & support & control structures in order to keep things interesting, alive, open, & keep indie film growing as an art form, a form of entertainment, a delivery method for new & interesting ideas, an avenue for personal & community freedom & expression, also to keep indie film as an accessible small business practice open to all. Not gonna be easy to do, & the way is not clear as to how we will get to the destinations mentioned earlier, but we'll figure it out. And now, for the inspirational quote, from DC musician Guy Picciotto (Fugazi, etc.), from the 90's, from book Dance of Days: Two Decades of Punk in the Nation's Capital, from page 323:

" "We'll keep on putting out our own records, managing ourselves, booking ourselves, and staying supremely autonomous," said Picciotto. "We never got in a band to be popular. Basically we like to play our music. We considered ourselves a success from our first show just because we played. I consider the band to be getting better because we're getting along better. Those are the kind of things I'm interested in as opposed to how many people are coming to the shows or how much the records are selling." "

More at the book Dance of Days.

Consider that approach indie filmmakers; benchmarks of success far different from the ones Hollywood & Indiewood have for themselves. Sure, Picciotto was talking about music making, but his approach to determining success can easily be applied to film making. Do it 'cause you love to do it, do it with means available to you or get what you need to do it however you can, and make the finished work available to people however you can, & then repeat with the next project - don't worry about critical praise or distribution deals - make films like art, show & sell it as such, slowly grow the practice/business at a pace & scale comfortable & enjoyable to you. If the ways that will work best for your filmmaking practice have not been invented yet, then invent them. Experiment, fail, enjoy, get it together, succeed (on your own terms).

- Sujewa


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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Reads like a Hollywood cop story

One thread in the Vanity Fair article on the Mumbai attacks reads like something out of a Hollywood cop movie (of the more downbeat & realistic type - more Traffic than Training Day). From the article, Where Were the Police? section:

"Speeding toward the hotel that night, Vishwas Nangre Patil, Bombay’s deputy police commissioner, tried to keep himself from erupting in rage. His command was Zone 1 of the city’s 12 police districts, a plum assignment that included the five-star hotels, South Bombay’s big corporations, and the Gateway of India. Patil knew, however, that his situation was conditional. His first language was Marathi, which set him apart from his superior, Commissioner Hasan Gafoor, who was from a landed feudal family and grew up speaking the Queen’s English."

Read the rest of the article at Vanity Fair.


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My Dinner With Melancholy - two interesting movies out on DVD now!

So we've got Medicine for Melancholy & My Dinner With Andre out on DVD, check out the trailers below, & buy the DVDs wherever you buy new DVDs (Amazon is a good place):






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Saturday, October 24, 2009

Brooklyn Filmmaker Meet Up 10/29

Organized by the Brooklyn Arts Council, get more info here.


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New CD - The Amazing Oscar Micheaux


Get info. on the new CD The Amazing Oscar Micheaux - about the pioneering American independent filmmaker - by the band Stace England & The Salt Kings here.
And go here for the band's MySpace page.
Check out tracks & buy music through both sites.


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Friday, October 23, 2009

The Re-Birth of Indie Film - coming soon to an alternative venue & a mail box near you





































Independent cinema (in the US) did not have to go through 10-20 years of natural development - from grass roots artists & small businesses driven scenes to those same entities forming larger companies - which was the case with independent music - because in 1984 a very unusual, otherwise underground film called Stranger Than Paradise broke through to the mainstream with the assistance of the existing film distribution & publicity infrastructure (including film festivals & critics) and that success story became the foundation for what eventually became indiewood - Hollywood financed & distributed movies with elements of underground/alternative movies. A little over two decades later, indiewood, and what most people know as the independent filmmaking business in America, has collapsed/is collapsing/has come to a screeching halt. So, a re-birth of the independent filmmaking business/practice is needed, also it needs to be pointed in a direction other than Hollywood, with new goals for success and a new vision, a new understanding, as to what it means to be an independent filmmaker.

This is the shape of the new independent film scene - this is what it will look like when it is re-born:

1 - artist driven & mainstream accessible (also kind of like religion or definitely like weird but good & popular food):
- first, re: the artist driven part: the idea that film is a collaborative medium is one popularized by an industry that created & maintained control over a product - its creation & distribution - by the use of multiple sets of workers. Or, sure, Hollywood movies are a collaborative medium, just as creating a painting or a book can be a collaborative activity - but, paintings are also, and mostly, created by lone artists, same with books, and in the same way, the new indie film will be primarily created by one artist. And there will always be exceptions, but indie film will once again become art (similar to other art making) in the way that it is created.
- on the mainstream accessibility part - no matter how exotic or other worldly ones vision & story, it needs to be able to connect with ordinary people, it needs to be able to impart something useful & recognizable, identifiable, helpful-in-some-way to ordinary people - just as myths about a god taking human form (Christianity) or a human transcending the limits of birth & death (Buddhism) have been adapted to the everyday use of billions of ordinary people world wide. People need stories, inspiration, hope or in some cases fear in order to make it through life, religion is one source of these stories for humans, and art is another. As indie film is art, indie film will have to think about meeting people's intellectual & emotional needs as they deal with existence - and those films & makers who do so will be rewarded with a large following/customer base.
-- another example of mainstream accessibility while retaining a unique voice & outlook is success enjoyed by unusual food/chefs/restaurants. People always need new sensations to get excited about - indie film artists can provide those.

2. A business that is not very closely related to Hollywood or the left-overs of Indiewood:
- not concerned with budgets, grosses, or stars
- not concerned with agents & lawyers
- not automatically in line with intellectual, creative, cultural, moral views & beliefs of Hollywood, sometimes completely opposed to it
- definitely concerned with making projects profitable, no matter how small - eventually profitable (not necessarily all the films by one artist, but enough to make the more experimental ones affordable)
- what the business aspect will look like/an overview: 1- the indie film artist - the writer/director/videographer/editor - makes the movie with available or acquired means, with or without assistance from other artists, entrepreneurs or institutions, 2. the finished film is made available to audiences through D.I.Y. screenings at alternative venues & through mail-order DVDs, & through other means when they become useful/affordable for individual filmmakers to use - avenues such as internet VOD, cable VOD, etc., 3. filmmaker develops multiple revenue streams - from the film (screenings $s, DVD sales $s), merchandise, & through the brand name he or she will acquire by being an active/productive film artist.

3 - all of the elements of the old indie film system - studios/indiewood, film festivals, investors, distribution companies other than ones owned & operated by the filmmakers, critics will not be used. using those will weaken - when it comes to self-sufficiency - the new indie film scene and the new indie filmmaker.

4 - no gate keepers, no experts - any indie film artist will be able to learn, relatively easily - due to the existence of the web, how to make & distribute their work - without permission or support from Filmmaker Magazine blog or Ted Hope or Arin Crumley, indieWIRE, Sundance Film Festival, or even this blog (note - i am a fan of all the people & institutions mentioned, just using their names to illustrate a point).

5 - keep everything as simple as possible & as honest as possible & direct as possible. artists can come to clear understandings with other artists when it comes to working together - no need for agents or lawyers (well, no lawyers until a lawsuit has to happen, but, i think, if approached properly, most lawsuits can be avoided) - for the most part.

6 - No despair, no hopelessness, no cynicism, no unnecessary criticism or harsh criticism from indie filmmaker to indie filmmaker (let critics & the cold, outside world handle that, we will instead support each other), & no gossip. Those mental qualities & results of certain mental qualities/habits are for people who are afraid of living & are afraid of the future & cannot create/can only comment on art, & do not trust positive capabilities of humans, & thus are not useful for indie film artists building a new field of creative & business activity. Have plenty of hope & enthusiasm & good will & happiness - those are essential psychological tools for success.

Sources of inspiration for the re-birth of indie film:

1. Oscar Micheaux - made & distributed movies completely outside of Hollywood

2. City Lights Books - an artist driven & owned business, one poet publishing work by his peers

3. Andy Warhol - a recognizable indie film artist (though, probably not good to use him as a model for mainstream accessibility when it comes to his movies)

4. Dischord Records - an independent music label that did evolve through a truly independent/artist driven creative scene & became a stable business

(note - for some gender diversity, Ani DiFranco would fit nicely in the list above, also, I am sure, many female D.I.Y. artist/entrepreneurs that I may not know about)

The Re-Birth of Indie Film will be led by New York City based film artists, for the most part, & will start gathering steam in November & December of 2009, and will be in full bloom, well known nation wide, by mid-2010. Within 2 years, this new non-indiewood/non-hollywood scene will be the norm/will be what people will refer to when they say indie film. It will replace indiewood the way that punk rock & related music replaced disco.

This will be the final message re: the re-birth of indie film, rest will be communicated through action - screenings, DVDs, etc. And in 2-3 years - around 2013 - we will review the new - 2 to 3 years old - indie film scene that was born now. Get to work indie film artists.

- Sujewa


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Thursday, October 22, 2009

Precious trailer & NYT article about the director





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And here's a New York Times article about the director, Lee Daniels.



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Wednesday, October 21, 2009

California Stars

Zone out now to images of planets & the pretty but somewhat sad muzik:






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Invention of Lying trailer

Flick looks funny:




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How banks create money out of thin air

Very interesting, & possibly useful, article - check it out. From the article:

"The process a bank uses to create money demonstrates that money is not a commodity in limited supply, where there is only so much to go around. Money is not equivalent to currency. Money is created in money-making transactions, which means there is no potential limit to money."

Read the rest of the article here, at Ezine Articles.


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Looks like we're off indieWIRE's blogs page...Excellent

Now I can be even more lazy about blogging than I've been recently, and perhaps, this will free up a tiny bit of more time for actual movie making & distribution. But you never know with indieWIRE, I wouldn't be surprised to wake up tomorrow & see this blog listed on their blogs list again, with feed available - or not. Either way, all good.

But if the blog is completely off of there, that would be good 'cause I can once again blog about less important things (w/ many of iW's blogs mostly covering Hollywood & Indiewood biz deals, it was weird to post about unknown DIY films, self distribution stuff, & Life of Sujewa stuff there, also humanitarian activism & global development related stuff - this blog was an odd fit there - too indie perhaps :). Anyway, we'll see what's what soon. And, like I said above, either way, all good.

- Sujewa


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Tuesday, October 20, 2009

On IFC & other indie distribution options

Filmmaker Ryan Gielen has an interesting & possibly useful post on distribution through IFC vs. other distribution avenues currently available to indie filmmakers, check it out here.


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Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Mid-August Lunch trailer

Here's a UK trailer for an Italian comedy called Mid-August Lunch:




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Sunday, October 11, 2009

On making the feature Natural Victims (in two weeks)

The Two Week Film Project rolls on, with one of the latest 2 Wk Films being Natural Victims, real all about it here.

My own 2 Wk Film Unlimited Dreamtime will be available to view this fall (so basically my 2 week project will end up being more like a 10 week project, due to the break between ending production & most of the post-production work on it in early September & starting distribution on it hopefully later this month - sounds about right/the usual for me/but still far shorter than 6/8 months - 4 years - the amount of time most of my other films have taken to go from idea to premiere). Will post the link on this blog when that film is on the web.

For more on other 2 Wk Films, go here.


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