Wood, Jennifer
January 2005
MovieMaker;Jan2005, Vol. 12 Issue 57, p84
Provides information on the top cities in the U.S. where independent moviemakers live and shoot their films. New York City; Austin, Texas; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. INSET: TOP 10 CITIES: HONORABLE MENTIONS.


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