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'BURMA BONG' & Other Short Asian Movies now on DVD & VOD

‘BURMA BONG’ & Other Short Asian Movies now on DVD & VOD

Viral Stoner Classic, ‘BURMA BONG’ and other great short movies from Cambodia, Thailand, and Myanmar by filmmaker Jason Rosette (aka Jack RO) now available on DVD and VOD! Physical DVD-R with Custom artwork Only $9.99 Buy ‘Virtual DVD’ for $4.99 / Rent for only $2.99  Both DVD & Virtual DVD Collection Includes:1) CRAB LADIES – Cambodia, […]

5 years, 7 months ago Comments Off on ‘BURMA BONG’ & Other Short Asian Movies now on DVD & VOD
An iTunes Logo for Filmmakers

An iTunes Logo for Filmmakers

An iTunes Logo for FILMMAKERS While poking around online for an iTunes logo for independent filmmakers, I noticed there wasn’t much besides the standard iTunes logo for musicians – nothing specifically geared for filmmakers selling their movies on iTunes. So, I decided to make an iTunes logo first and foremost to promote the purchase of our […]

5 years, 9 months ago Comments Off on An iTunes Logo for Filmmakers
Camerado's SE Asian time lapse short, BANGKOK TRAFFIC, accepted to the 2013 Florida Film Festival

Camerado’s SE Asian time lapse short, BANGKOK TRAFFIC, accepted to the 2013 Florida Film Festival

ANNOUNCING: Camerado’s SE Asian time lapse short, BANGKOK TRAFFIC, accepted to the 2013 Florida Film Festival! (with other movies still pending). Help us get our newest Asian movie, the US-Vietnam War era drama made in Cambodia, FREEDOM DEAL, below, into worldwide festivals – support global indie film @ http://www.indiegogo.com/Freedom-Deal-Festivals CAMERADO Movies and Media http://www.camerado.com

5 years, 10 months ago Comments Off on Camerado’s SE Asian time lapse short, BANGKOK TRAFFIC, accepted to the 2013 Florida Film Festival
2013 Cambodian Cinemas Update

2013 Cambodian Cinemas Update

Just back from Kampot, Cambodia, location of the historic CAMBOFEST, Cambodia Film Festival 3rd Edition (www.cambofest.com), where CamboFest staffers re-discovered and revived the once popular vintage Cambodian cinema house, the ROYAL, est. 1955 or so. As seen in previous coverage from that CamboFest event, the Royal had been unused since 1986, and had been completely […]

5 years, 10 months ago Comments Off on 2013 Cambodian Cinemas Update

“Lost in New Mexico” on Youtube

http://www.youtube.com/movie?feature=plcp&v=6Qu-CIujtdE (may have limited accessibility outside the US) CAMERADO Movies and Media http://www.camerado.com

5 years, 11 months ago Comments Off on “Lost in New Mexico” on Youtube
Movies with Library Circulation and Public Performance Rights by Camerado:

Movies with Library Circulation and Public Performance Rights by Camerado:

The following titles by Camerado are available with library circulation / non-commercial public performance permissions: BOOKWARS – Feature DocumentaryAward winning documentary about the world of New York City street booksellers, seen through the eyes of one of the booksellers (*who was also the filmmaker)See Trailer Here -> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzhRG06vbGM Get DVD with Library Circulation – Noncommercial Public […]

6 years, 6 months ago Comments Off on Movies with Library Circulation and Public Performance Rights by Camerado:
See Camerado Movies Instantly on VOD and Digital Download

See Camerado Movies Instantly on VOD and Digital Download

See Camerado Movies Instantly on VOD and Digital Download: BOOKWARS – Feature Documentary (‘Terrific’ – LA Times * ‘Hilarious’ – The New Yorker * ‘Superb’ – NY Film Critics Circle)Watch Instantly on HULU: http://www.hulu.com/watch/348965/bookwarsWatch Instantly on VUDU: http://www.vudu.com/movies/#!content/250221/BookWarsWatch Instantly on Amazon Instant Video: http://www.amazon.com/BOOKWARS-Home-Use-Only/dp/B000MW6MAI/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-video&ie=UTF8&qid=1307599960&sr=1-1Download from iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/bookwars/id300214295 LOST IN NEW MEXICO – Feature Drama (‘Great Road Pic’ – Angelika […]

6 years, 6 months ago Comments Off on See Camerado Movies Instantly on VOD and Digital Download
6/12/12 Update from the 'Freedom Deal' Movie Project in Cambodia

6/12/12 Update from the ‘Freedom Deal’ Movie Project in Cambodia

Hello From Camerado and the ‘FREEDOM DEAL’ Film Team in Cambodia – only  1 Day+ Left  (*see below)   “I’m a big fan of (Freedom Deal writer-director) Jason Rosette  and also of this project”  Judy Henry, Producer, Gold’n Hen Prods. Hollywood, CA – and Freedom Deal contributor “Looking for a good indie film to support? Read […]

6 years, 6 months ago Comments Off on 6/12/12 Update from the ‘Freedom Deal’ Movie Project in Cambodia

Princess Soma Norodom of Cambodia Encourages Support for the ‘Freedom Deal’ Movie Project in Her Country

Cambodian Princess Soma Norodom, working with the ‘Freedom Deal’ movie production effort in Cambodia as a local PR & Outreach Liaison, makes the following statement:  “With the support of the international media and filmmaking community, the story told in ‘Freedom Deal‘, about an unexplored part of US-Cambodian history during the Indochina conflict, can finally be told from a Cambodian perspective.” […]

6 years, 6 months ago Comments Off on Princess Soma Norodom of Cambodia Encourages Support for the ‘Freedom Deal’ Movie Project in Her Country

‘Independent Filmmaking in the Developing World’

Discussing the process of developing and producing an independent feature film in a developing country environment, this ebook examines the US-Asian independent co-production in Cambodia, ‘Freedom Deal’ as a case study.  Filmmaking ebook (PDF): ‘Independent Filmmaking in the Developing World’ CAMERADO Movies and Media http://www.camerado.com

6 years, 6 months ago Comments Off on ‘Independent Filmmaking in the Developing World’