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November 29, 2010, 1:21 pm
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The New York Times
The internet has taken over. Obviously, it’s infiltrated all aspects of our lives, and filmmaking is no exception. In a recent New York Times article, various methods for online interaction with film fans are explored. Hollywood and avant-garde directors like Kevin Smith, Pat O’Neill, Jonas Mekas, Ken Jacobs, David Lynch and others are taking advantage of personalized sites and blogs as well as Twitter to connect with fans of their work. Offering the directors’ own insights as well as opportunities to watch clips, make comments and purchase movie swag, these sites allow movie goers another dimension of enjoyment to the theater or home viewing experience. To read the full article, follow the link.

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