Bigger budgets have Spirit

McClintock, Pamela
September 2005
Daily Variety;9/23/2005, Vol. 288 Issue 58, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that the budget ceiling for films vying for the Independent Spirit Awards has been raised to $20 million in a move designed to broaden the submission pool in the U.S. Coverage of the event live on IFC and rebroadcast on AMC; Deadline for submitting eligible films; Celebration of the best in original filmmaking in the Spirit Awards.


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