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December 31 at 1:05pm

Are These TFF’sTop Posts Of 2009?

By Ted Hope

Let me know what mattered most for you in terms of what was run here this past year on Truly Free Film.

Let me know what you would like to see differently next year.
I should add that I see this site as primarily about how we all get our work seen, how we earn a living from our work, and the tools & methods we can employ to make better and more rewarding work. I have not focused this on the actual content. This site is not about the art of cinema but about its manufacture and distribution, it discovery and appreciation. It’s about infrastructure. It’s about context. It’s about the how and not the what. I think…
I really appreciate all the comments you provided this year. Let’s keep the conversation going.
The 21 Brave Thinkers Of Truly Free Film 2009(12/29/09)
Can Truly Free Film Appeal To Younger Audiences? (12/15/09)
What Does It Mean To Lead Well? (12/08/09)
Why The Indie Film Industry Needs Producers (11/30/09)
The 20 New Rules: What We MUST All Try To Do PRIOR To Shooting (11/23/09)
15 Ways To Show Your Collaborators You Appreciate Them (11/13/09)
Ten Filmmakers I Would Crowd Fund (11/2/09)
The Six Pillars Of Cinema: “Best Practices For A Complete Cinema (10/14/09)
Filmgoing Is A Necessary & Political Act (10/02/09)
Plea For A NYC Directors Support Group (9/29/09)
18 Actions Towards A Sustainable Truly Free Film Community (9/17/09)
How To Survive The Current Indie Producer Hell (9/8/09)
The Producer Credit: What It Means To Me (6/1/09)
The New Model (For Indie Film) 5/28/09
52 Reasons Why Indie Film Will Flourish(5/26/09)
38 American Independent Film Problems/Concerns (5/15/09)
A Producer’s Contribution (3 Parts)(3/15/09)
What Issues Are Facing Indies Today? (2/22/09)
The Filmmaker/Exhibitor Collaboration (1/15/09)

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