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A lot of filmmakers tell you it’s NOT okay to sell directly to your audience. The reason for this is based some sort of archaic  industrywide belief that to be a “real filmmaker” you must follow traditional distribution model. R...

This morning I attended a church service that happens annually (January ) here … another church about a kilometre away has the same event every December. It was a mass and I assumed catholic but the outside I’d seen a Rev. someone mention...

2017 has been a fun year for live music. It was very hard choosing what were my favorites in 2017. So I have narrowed it down to the best 17. Let the pictures speak for itself! 1. Capitol Hill Block Party in Seattle. Highlights: Run The Jewels, Wolf...

The whole world of movie distribution is changing. This is important because the success of you movie depends on distribution. Given the deterioration of DVD sales channels, to become successful as a filmmaker, YOU are now responsible for sourcing, e...

About ten years ago, the author Christopher Kremer, who, at a book festival I helped organise in Christchurch, New Zealand, signed his book (Inhaling the Mahatma) by saying ‘To Heather, with best wishes on your yatra!’  Christopher, September 06...

About ten years ago, the author Christopher Kremer, who, at a book festival I helped organise in Christchurch, New Zealand, signed his book (Inhaling the Mahatma) by saying ‘To Heather, with best wishes on your yatra!’  Christopher, September 06...

When in Malaysia (Kuching, Sarawak) I have planted trees as part of their ‘greening the festival’ programme: and helping cut my carbon footprint too. This tree-planting ceremony – at all local festivals -“helps make Kuching a livable city...