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Published on is a website that covers revival, repertory, and special film events in Los Angeles. Whether your taste is classic Hollywood, documentary, avant-garde, foreign films, silent films, or cult classics ... Film Radar has it covered!

There are also FilmRadar social events, cocktail parties and free movie screenings.

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  1. 1. FILM RADAR-Your Guide to the Cinema Galaxy
  2. 2. About FILM RADAR • FILM RADAR is a website and weekly e-newsletter that brings the virtually endless world of specialty film-going in Los Angeles right to your fingertips. This site covers revival, repertory, and special film events and the venues which house them. Whether your taste is classic Hollywood, documentary, independent films, avant-garde, foreign films, silent films, or cult classics ... FILM RADAR has it covered! • There are also free screenings of hot new independent films available to FILM RADAR fans. • FILM RADAR also hosts cocktail parties, screenings and social events where film lovers can socialize and get to know each other.
  3. 3. The Audience • FILM RADAR is a rapidly growing website and e-newsletter with a devoted following in Los Angeles. • The site taps into a very specific audience of Angelinos who love film and want to know what alternatives are out there besides mainstream Hollywood offerings. After surveying the subscribers, the demographics are as follows: Gender: Occupation: 55% Male 45% Film Industry Professionals 45% Female 55% Non-Film Industry Age range: College: 20% 18-24 78% have attended or graduated college 40% 25-34 32% have attended or graduated film school 40% 35 and older Audience Lifestyles: 98% own a DVD player 87% use a digital camera 89% go to the movies more than 3 times a month 50% rent more than six movies a month 65% subscribe to a cable service 100% own a computer
  4. 4. Banner Ads • Banner Ads for FILM RADAR can be purchased at rates negotiable depending on your budget. Past rates have run between $250 to over $1,000 per film campaign. The standard ad banner utilized is 728x90 and is placed at the top of the site. We also have ads available in 160x600 Skyscraper and 120x90 as well. All banners remain prominent and stationary and easy to see regardless of what page is being viewed. • FILM RADAR can also send out an initial e-mail blast and an e-mail reminder about the film opening. • FILM RADAR can help fill seats at any advance screenings or film related events you may have. The fans of the site are very dedicated and love the opportunity to see screenings in advance. • We can also do contests, prize giveaways on the site or any other promotional ideas you might have in mind. • Being that FILM RADAR is low budget and guerilla run, we understand how important it is to get the word out about a film….within a set budget.
  5. 5. Past Campaigns Recent campaigns include: Red Cliff (Magnolia) Food Inc. (Magnolia) Slumdog Millionaire (Fox Searchlight) The Wrestler (Fox Searchlight) Eastern Promises (Focus) The Host (Magnolia Pictures) The Namesake (Fox Searchlight) Awards Campaign (Fox Searchlight) Babel (Paramount Vantage) Reservoir Dogs DVD (Lion’s Gate) American Hardcore (Sony Classics) Hollywoodland (Focus Features) Hard Candy DVD (Lion’s Gate) Brick (Focus Features) Downfall (Newmarket)
  6. 6. Critical Praise • "The blessing and the curse of living in Los Angeles is that there are often so many film events out there that a few of them could inevitably slip by me. FILM RADAR is the one source I absolutely trust to list every upcoming program in a clear, concise and informative manner.“ --Michael Schlesinger, V.P., Sony Pictures Repertory • “FILM RADAR is my single favorite website, allowing me to keep on top of all the great screenings throughout the Los Angeles area. Its calendar is filled with countless rare screenings and special events -- an invaluable resource!” -- Robert N. Skir (Writer/Story Editor: Godzilla: The Series, The Mask) • “The website looks fantastic! It is amazing with so much information and links. It’s clever and really cool!” --Mark Thomas King, HBO Films • “You could not dream up a site that had more useful and accessible information. FILM RADAR is a vital asset for my UCLA screenwriters.” --Hal Ackerman screenwriter/Professor UCLA
  7. 7. In the News Film Radar finds L.A.'s special screenings Moviefone,, with its dozens of Los Angeles-area listings can bury smaller films in the bulk of its data. FILM RADAR helps locate them. Run by Karie Bible, it has a superb calendar of screenings in Los Angeles of historic movies, along with venue descriptions of all the quirky theaters in the vicinity. The site is for film buffs who know when they want to see a movie, this is a great way to find out what the most non-blockbuster options are. “FILM RADAR is to film lovers what an unlocked candy store is to chocoholics!” –Peter Howell FILMRADAR mentioned in the “Best of LA” issue FILM RADAR was mentioned in the calendar section by Andy Klein for an article called "Thinking Outside the Box Office." The Top 100 Coolest Film Sites on the Web Compiled by Charlie Black FILM RADAR voted in Top 100!
  8. 8. Back Story-About the Creator • Born a heterochromatic baby (put down the medical reference book -- it means she’s got two different colored eyes) with the last name "Bible" on Halloween night, Karie Bible was destined to be nothing if not unique. At the tender age of five she flipped on the family TV set, and her life was transformed. Flickering in the darkness was the Horror Movie Matinee, featuring an old film you might have heard of in passing: Dracula, starring Bela Lugosi. From that moment on her fate was sealed. She was helplessly, hopelessly, madly in love ... with movies. While other neighborhood girls played in the sandbox with their Barbie dolls, our heroine preferred to sit in a darkened living room and watch Frankenstein. • She created FILM RADAR originally as an e-newsletter and now a website to inform the masses about all of the great screenings available in Los Angeles. FILM RADAR has been featured in The Toronto Star, Variety, The LA Times, LA City Beat and was named by Fade In Magazine as one of the top 100 coolest movie sites on the web. Film Radar has a steadily growing cult fan base in Los Angeles. Eventually it is being eyed with an expansion to other cities including New York and San Francisco. • In addition to her work in present-day Hollywood, Karie is also a budding film historian. She has lectured at LA's Silent Movie Theatre, The Old Town Music Hall, The Queen Mary and the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. She is actively involved as a volunteer with the American Cinematheque and has attended the prestigious Silent Film Festival in San Francisco, the New York City Film Forum and La Cinémathèque Française in Paris. • She made her television debut as a guest film critic on AMC’s THE MOVIE CLUB with John Ridley and recently appeared in a segment for Turner Classic Movies, and as a guest panelist on G4’s “Attack of the Show.”
  9. 9. Contact Information Karie Bible FILM 3937 Tilden Avenue, Bungalow B Culver City, CA 90232 310-287-9953 office 818-517-5988 cell