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September 18, 2014 at 4:15pm
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20 years after Nas’ historic album drops, we’re thrilled to premiere Nas: TIme is Illmatic (which opened this year’s Tribeca Film Festival!).
Don’t miss the 1 night showing, and tell us where you were when Illmatic dropped! 

20 years after Nas’ historic album drops, we’re thrilled to premiere Nas: TIme is Illmatic (which opened this year’s Tribeca Film Festival!).

Don’t miss the 1 night showing, and tell us where you were when Illmatic dropped

2:15pm
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1:16pm
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We take the best films coming out around the world, playing festivals, and we work to connect them with audiences online that are looking for new, unique films. It’s about connecting to audiences with an interest in films of quality - but audiences who may not have the time or ability to go out into the world and track those films down.

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KC McLeod

We interviewed the CEO of Vyer Films on why the subscription service is a great alternative VOD option (hint: it’s all about curation). 

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12:00pm
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10:58am
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'Nas: Time is Illmatic' Is Featured In BAM'S SOURCE360 Series

You can also see Nas in Belly and Rhyme & Reason this weekend too

September 17, 2014 at 6:00pm
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Do Classic Rock and Modern Techno Make ‘John Wick’ Seem Cool?

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All filmmakers face the challenge of finding money. For first-time filmmakers, funding is not even the first hurdle. Even before the money comes, many artists become discouraged because they don’t have the access to a brain trust or a community that will assist them with navigating the tricky terrain of filmmaking. It’s key to get advice from experienced people in the field who can help you work smart as you move toward your goal. The money comes as a result of those meaningful relationships and the advice you get from those who have done it before you.

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Erik Parker

We spoke to Erik Parker and One9 about how they got their documentary, Nas: Time Is Illmatic, made and advice for fellow filmmakers seeking funding

(Source: tribecafilm.com)