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February 16 at 11:16am

Movie Website Design Trends

By Ted Hope

Movie Marketing Madness tipped us to a very extensive article in Smashing Magazine on current trends in Movie Website design.  Although it slants heavily towards the studio pics, several specialized films (the great Waltz With Bashir, The Class, & Milk) are featured as well.  Check it out here.  It would would be great to see the same for True Indies, but I won’t hold my breath.

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