Brooklyn Film Festival 2013

May 30, 2013 § Leave a comment

The sixteenth Brooklyn Film Festival opens tomorrow, May 31st! Check out Basil Tsiokos‘ blog entry for more info on the documentaries.

Saturday, June 8th, Juan Vallejo and I will be taking part in the 2013 BFF Exchange, where we’ll be pitching our documentary Amazonia to a “panel of  industry insiders” (including Basil Tsiokos) to get some feedback on our ideas.  I’m hoping we’ll get some ideas on marketing and distribution.  Like Ted Hope writes, the problem these days isn’t how to get your film made, it’s how to get your film seen.

Amazonia depicts four distinct communities in the Amazon River Basin, and through the lives of the people living there, the fisherman, the loggers, the children, the film explores the clash between preservation and development in the South American rainforest.

Below are some rough cut scenes from the film.

Wish us luck!

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