6/14/2004 -- Two new DVD reviews have been posted. We take a look back at the 80s, gay-themed classic, Torch Song Trilogy, and the Oscar-nominated Tom Cruise/Edward Zwick epic, The Last Samurai.

6/10/2004 -- Well, ladies and gentlemen, it's official. You can now reach this wonderful site via www.tailslate.net. This address is just one of several new things you'll be seeing here. Stay tuned for more!

6/3/2004 -- Take a journey into the past. Thousands of years into the past, with the debut review by Kurt Davis of the prehistoric classic, Quest for Fire.

6/1/2004 -- With the 48 Hour Film Project coming to New York City this month, we're offering one woman's personal experience with the project during last year's contest in Washington, D.C. Read the Diary from the 48-Hour Film Project.

The Day After Tomorrow
New York Minute
The Saddest Music in the World
Mean Girls
13 Going On 30
The Last Samurai
Torch Song Trilogy
Quest for Fire
X2: X-Men United
Never Cry Wolf
Rebel Without A Crew
Making Movies
In the Blink of an Eye
The Film Director
Diary from the 48-Hour Film Project
Q&A; with Shola Lynch
Past and Present
Ray Harryhausen: An Animation Legend
Drive-In Monsters

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The Internet offers a number of websites where you can learn about the business of making movies. From places to obtain information about funding and equipment, to bios on actors and free screenplays. In an effort to bring that large world into focus, I offer this listing of sites which I have found to be both useful and educational.

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These great sites feature streaming shorts, features and documentaries.

Here are more helpful locales on the World Wide Web.

  • Austin Film Resource - Austin, TX's guide to everything film, video and media related.
  • Media-Match.com - A completely free online directory of Film and TV professionals and facilities used by over 500 US production companies and broadcasters.
  • TheCastList.com - This unique resource is the first casting website to provide all of the most-used services for finding and managing talent for film and television projects.
  • My Entertainment World - a resource for information on funding and career opportunities for motion pictures, television, recording, live theatre, art, fashion industry, models, talents, performers, casting directors, agents, photographers, stylists, etc.
  • DV Cafe - A digital source of information on the DV revolution, including useful tips, informative articles, entertaining interviews on the art and technology of digital video.
  • Cyber Film School - This is an amazing site.
  • Cyberspace Film School

- an entertainment industry talent placement service with 5,000 students worldwide who train on-site at major film studios, video production companies, radio and TV stations, recording studios and record labels.

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Here are a few sites featuring film scripts.


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