Stockholm Film Festival goes MySpace

As a way of reaching new groups and awakening their interest, Stockholm International Film Festival has created a MySpace account. On their MySpace page they will feature unique interviews with some of the festival’s directors.

In a press release, speaksperson Elisabeth Somp writes (my translation):

The use of new platforms for information is a logical step in Stockholm Film Festival’s ambition to spread knowledge about and inspire communication around film. Myspace is one of the most visited web services in the world, where members can build networks and meet others with the same interests from around the world.

Currently the page shows clips from last year’s festival.


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1 Response

  1. BenP says:

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    Launched in 2006, MyMovieNetwork is a unique online community that provides tools for filmmakers to showcase their work around the world by posting their films and portfolios as well as, learn from, network and collaborate with fellow movie makers. All members and visitors can watch, critique and rate submitted content based on its quality while at the same time enjoy the entertainment provided to them for free. MyMovieNetwork runs contests to find the best filmmakers, provides tools for scouting, blogging and linking to personal film archives. In addition each user can create a studio where all their films, cast and crew are associated with the studio. MyMovieNetwork community is growing so drop by and if you have a story to tell we’d love to hear from you and see your work.

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