April 25, 2008

Wholphin [!] Interview on Wonderland Stream [!!]

Very interesting. Stream Magazine, part of Wonderland, is a new venue for online filmmaking, or an online venue for new filmmakers. Not quite sure yet. Alls I know is, Austin Bunn has a nice interview with Brett Hoff editor of Wholphin. It all looks fresh as a daisy, even though the pieces they're discussing are all a few issues old now. [Note to self: finally start watching Wholphin #6.]

The World According to Wholphin [wonderlandstream.com via bigscreenlittlescreen]

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