I’m looking forward to the Folk Alliance’s first conference in its new home, Kansas City. I’ll be there with a little pop-up video studio I call the FolkTube Room.

FolkTube, a service of Tom Weber Films. http://tomweberfilms.com

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Here’s the live concert video I did of The Dream Syndicate, playing live at Cleveland’s Beachland Ballroom on Friday, Nov. 22, 2013, the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s death. The Cleveland crowd was full of hard-core fans who knew the songs and reacted with enthusiasm. What I love about Cleveland audiences, when they’re with you they let you know it!

The Dream Syndicate Live in Cleveland from Tom Weber on Vimeo.

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Local TV news reporter Eva Mastromatteo paid us a visit the other day to record this segment about the movie business in our little corner of the world.

WICU12/WSEE Erie, PA News, Sports, Weather and Events

It’s been awhile since I posted an update here. These blogs get away from you if you let them, so here are some other tidbits:

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Filmmakers and event planners, if you’re looking to sponsorship as a means of financial support, here’s some required reading.

Indie film publicist Reid Rosefelt talks about why Facebook may not be as important to your audience-building campaign as you think it is. Find out Why Facebook Is In My Rear-View Mirror.

Thirty Really Bad Things in the Indie Film Business is ├╝ber-producer Ted Hope’s grim assessment of the state of our art today.

David Simon, creator of HBO’s The Wire, talks about how There Are Now Two Americas in this op-ed from The Guardian, perhaps the English-speaking world’s last great newspaper.



Tom Weber Films LLC is a producer and distributor of films about music, including the feature-length documentary Troubadour Blues. We also produce artist profiles, electronic press kits, music videos, multi-camera live concert programs and narrative films. We act as distributor for other filmmakers in the North American and international markets. Welcome to our website.


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