Pellow, Jackson
November 2005
Inside Film;Nov2005, Issue 82, p49
This article discusses film festivals and asks motion picture industry professionals about their favorites. James Hewison, director of the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF), chose the Rotterdam and Cannes film festivals as the best for scouting films. He attends the various festivals to scout films, meet past and prospective guests and to raise the profile of the MIFF. Troy Lum, a distributor for Hopscotch Films, cites the Cannes film festival as the best for making contacts because so many people attend.


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